Daniel Wiffen beats his old club record for the 1500m Freestyle at the British Championships last week with a time of 16:10.20.
He also claims the Ulster Junior record for this event.
Well Done Daniel. A fantastic achievement.
Please find attached Session Report & Psych Sheet for Development Gala 4 which will
be held at Newry Leisure Centre on Sunday 7.5.17
The Session Times are as follows :
Session 1 – Warm Up 9am – Start 10am
Session 2 – Warm Up 1pm – Start 2pm
Please ensure that any withdrawals are given to your coach by 12pm on Thursday 4.5.17.
Please see attached an updated team entry list and session report. There have been a few scratches so please double check your entries and let your coach know if there are any changes.
Newry can accept scratches up until Friday evening.
There will be a small warm up/cool down pool available throughout the session although there will be very limited space.
Please find attached the approved Selection Policies and Standards (Swimming and Para-Sport) for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018. These will be uploaded on the Swim Ulster and Swim Ireland websites later this week.
If you have any questions in relation to the policy please contact Andrew Reid firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com> and Swim Ulster will be hosting an information session on Saturday 10th June at 11.30am as part of the Performance Squad Training Day in Bangor Aurora.
Flying through the water at the Ulster Age Group & Youth Championships last weekend, Nathan Jennings broke the club record he set at the beginning of April with a new time of 57.94 to set a new record for the 100m Fly.
Well done Nathan.
The long standing record for the D-group boys 4 x 50 Medley Team Relay from 2011 has been smashed by Nathan Wiffen, Jamie Allison, Nathan Jennings and Daniel Wiffen with a new record time of 1:55.89 at the Ulster Age Group Championship last week end.
Well done boys – a fantastic result!
The document outlines the competition structure and pathway that will be implemented in all regions from September 2017 and should be helpful to explain the different levels of competition to coaches, parents and swimmers. Competition Pathway