Derventio swim meet 2016 masters

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derventio swim meet 2016 masters

The Kenya Records in Swimming are the fastest times ever swum by an individual representing m free, , Kimani Maina, Olympian Swim Club, 26 July , Canadian Age Group .. m freestyle, , Rebecca Kamau, City of Birmingham, 1 October , Derventio Excel Open, Matlock, United Kingdom. Windsor Swimming Club - Site Map Youth Championship · Arena League B Final · Entries are open for British Gas Masters Champs · Easter Training. There is a thriving Masters section in the club. Click on the following link to go to the masters swimming website: City of Oxford Masters Swimming Website ; Derventio Excel Swim Squad L1 LC meet – April December 12, Arena League Round 1 Photos · Arena League Round 3 Photos.

The swimmers were mainly moving on from the DX meet and we looked at race tactics as well as processes. As you can see with how we develop our swimmers over each cycle, the focus is always the end of the cycle meet, thats where we look at times and goals, which will be achieved so long as the programme is followed and goals are set correctly. Once again in heavy training and a heavy gala programme, some swimmers doing 8 or 9 events in a day, the swimmers were awesome.

Hitting PB's, warming up, warming down correctly, good nutrition and hydration. Whilst some people view me as harsh and firm, it is days like this where is pays off and the reason I insist on things being done right becomes apparent. The swimmers that attended this meet were so well drilled and understanding of the process that I was asked if we were a performance squad instead of a small town club.

Other coaches spying on what we were doing, what we were focusing on and the style of feedback is always a good sign that we as a club are doing things right.

The reports I have had from this meet have been exceptional.

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The performances dont stop with medals, those of you that know me, know I see medals as a bonus, after all you cannot control what others do in the pool, I look at improvements and to have masters swimmers performing life time bests is incredible, what was equally impressive was the improvement once again from club champs or midland masters in September to this meet.

A really exciting weekend of high class racing from our Masters contingent. Belper Marlins With the entry issues a small team went to this meet. I know I sound like a broken record but when the swimmers keep performing as they do and they show the level of professionalism they do, we have to give them credit. To round it up, more PB's, more processes, more race development, great skills and awesome behavior.

Midland Short Course A small team of 4 swimmers entered this gala. This is harder to get into than normal Midlands as it is either 15 and under or Open age groups and with it being over one weekend instead of 2 they higher the qualifying standards.

If we run the meet at Easter in we will clash with the British Championships which is a target meet for top swimmers at the City of Birmingham and many of the clubs who support our meet.

This would reduce the support that members of the Club can provide for the Open meet and reduce the number of swimmers available. With this in mind we have decided not to run the Open Meet at Easter in However, as a competitive club we would like to support swimming in the Midlands by ensuring that we still run a highly competitive Open Meet. With this in mind we are currently planning to run a meet in October or November The details have yet to be confirmed as we do not want to clash with other established meets running at that time and the National League.

We envision the meet being a Level 2 run over a weekend and including the majority of the events normally covered within our programme.

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More news will follow when the details are confirmed. We had a number of applicants and interested parties but we believe Alex is just what we were looking for. At present, Alex will be lead coach to our Development Squad while offering support to our Senior Squad when needed. He will also lead on a new project we are looking to start in conjunction with our supporting clubs. Myself and Chris will offer him all the support and advice we can and we hope you guys can do the same.

I am really pleased with the speed we have been able to conclude this process, and that we have been able to bring someone into this role with the qualities and experience of Alex.

derventio swim meet 2016 masters

Both Sam Osborne and Isobel Griffiths stepped up recording lifetime best performances which is a promising start to their international careers. Isobel won a Silver medal in the Open m Freestyle, finishing behind illustrious company in the shape of World champion and multiple world and European medallist Sharon Van Roewendaal.

derventio swim meet 2016 masters

City of Birmingham were one of very few clubs to have representation in every days finals session which is no mean feat at this level of competition. The key selections for us to come from this event were: The City of Birmingham team for this event was: The objective was to finish the year with good lifetime bests, make finals and win medals if possible. Results like this mean Becky is leading the way for Kenyan swimming and recognition like this in an Athletics dominated sporting nation is a huge boost as we enter Olympic year.

You can read more about the awards HERE. The team also finished in festive spirit with Fancy dress on the Sunday. The competition proved that all the excellent work being put in early season has begun to pay off as swimmers shone through with many outstanding performances.

The group of GB athletes are looked at by British Swimming as exceptional prospects for the Tokyo Olympics and as a result have been given this opportunity to learn more about Japan both as a country and as a swimming nation prior to the Olympics.

It was a weekend full of exciting competition, with COB showcasing the depth of talent that runs through our team.

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The weekend proved to be a valuable racing opportunity, with swimmers taking big steps forward early season and lots more National Short Course qualifications. Development Squad swimmer Nadya Sterling was the youngest qualifier in the whole event, coming away with another 50fr PB and valuable race experience. Great weekend all round for the club, well done all.

Luke Davies, Brittany Horton and Chloe Finch were nominated with around other swimmers based on their results from last season. As well as offering financial support, the programme is an opportunity to access professional strength and conditioning, physiotherapy, medical and lifestyle support at the English Institute of Sports Birmingham base at Alexander Stadium.