Diving Recorders and Competition Set Up Workshop
There are a few spaces remaining on this Diving workshop at Southend Swimming and Tennis Centre on the 18th January. The workshop is being presented by Mr Frank Clewlow, a British Diving and recording and electronic set up expert that contributed to the 2012 London Games as FINA Secretariat. For more information including how to book a place, please email Ian Macleod at email@example.com .
Poole is youngest water polo referee
SUFFOLK teenager James Poole has become the East Region’s youngest qualified water polo referee just two months after reaching the minimum age of 16.
British Swimming Referee Examination Successes
CONGRATULATIONS to the following Regional technical officials who have passed this years British Swimming Referee examination.
Winter Regionals: Seniors report
MARTYN Walton won eight individual gold medals to help Hatfield top the seniors’ medals table at the East Region Winter Championships at Inspire Luton Sports Village.
Winter Regionals: Juniors report
KATHERINE Brown and Jamie Scholes steered City of Peterborough to first place in the junior medals table at the East Region Winter Championship at Inspire Luton Sports Village.
Young Aquatic Helpers Course funding extended
Due to the success of the funding available to support clubs wishing to host a Young Aquatic Helpers course, the initiative will continue up until March 25th 2015. In the last 3 months, we have had 65 learners attend a Helpers course and we would like to support this number grow even further. Each club hosting the course will receive £50 if 10 or more 13-25 year old's book on to attend. There is no cost to running the course within your club, other than venue hire, and the learners will receive certification from the IoS after attendance. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Winter Championships Results
Click here for the results from the Regional Winter Swimming Championships.
Brown announces his retirement
COMMONWEALTH champion Adam Brown has announced his retirement from swimming after calling time on a competitive career that also included two Olympic Games and three World Championships.
The Cambridge-born sprinter, who was part of the quartet that swam to gold in 4x100 Medley Relay in Glasgow this summer, will complete his degree in the U.S. next year before working towards a career in coaching.
“This decision has been extremely tough to make but I feel it is the right time for me to call it a day,” said the Hatfield SC star. “It has been an amazing journey and one that I will forever be proud of. Finishing it off with Commonwealth gold is a great way to end.
New funding pot available
Up to £500 per project to target NEW members into your club aged 5-19 years old.
This can be through a series of taster sessions, new provision or even adding a new discipline to your club programme. It can cover new equipment needed, promotion, and even pool hire and coaching initial costs. For more information, please email email@example.com.