6th best club in the country

The club competed at the A Final of the National Arena League final in Cardiff on Sunday.

Swimming amongst the best 10 clubs in the country in our 1st ever A Final, having made our 1st B Final last year, we were up against teams including GB swimmers James Guy and Ben Proud.

Fantastic swims saw us fighting out for 5th/6th place throughout the gala. Finishing 6th behind Guildford, Plymouth, Millfield, Cardiff, Sheffield.

In an electric atmosphere, the whole team produced stunning swims, digging deep to pick up the all important points.

Well done everyone who was involved, from the parents, supporters, coaches, organisers and most importantly the swimmers.

Despite not winning the best supporters prize, the club is very proud of its support, thank you everyone.

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watch our National Arena League Final

National Arena League Final

We are competing in the National Arena League Final today, which is the best 10 clubs in the country.

Live results can be found here


Regionals update

The confirmed entries for the 2016 Regionals have now been announced.

As a result the club will have 50 swimmers at this years Championships, which is an amazing achievement.

Well done to everyone who has qualified.

Thanet Primary Schools

This years Thanet Primary Schools gala is taking place on the Saturday 21st May.

As in previous years, the gala is a great event for all primary school children, tasting their first competitive swimming gala. This year the gala will be sponsored by McDonalds and Your Leisure.

Gala details can be found here

Entry pack can be downloaded here

Don’t forget your Parents/Teachers teams!

Finals – Jordan 200m Backstroke and Jamie 200m Freestyle

Olympic Trials – Day 6

On the final day of the championships, we had Jordan Honour and Max Jameson on the 200m Backstroke and Jamie O’Connor on the 200m Freestyle

Three great heat swims, saw Jordan and Jamie make the finals and Max a season best swim.

Jordan ranked 6th going into the final, swam a storming race, staying up with the leaders throughout and finishing just outside the top 3, with another amazing pb.

Jamie swimming in the Tokyo Final, was the youngest swimmer in the final. Starting well, he turned 2nd at the 100m mark. A gutsy last 100m, saw him finish just outside his pb, which he set in the heat, finishing in 6th place.


Maisie Macartney – 400m Freestyle Final

Olympic Trials – Day 5

Today we had two scheduled to swim , Maisie Macartney in the 400m Freestyle and Jamie O’Connor in the 200m I.M. However to concentrate on the 200m Freestyle Jamie withdrew.

Maisie swum amazingly to qualify for the junior final ranked 6th, where she pb’d in 4.23.40 and finished in 4th place.

Olympic Trials – Day 4

We had Jamie O’Connor competing in the 100m Butterfly and Katie Latham in the 100m Freestyle.

Both swum well against very tough competition.

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