This year’s National showcase Synchronised Swimming event, the Combo Cup was bigger and better than ever with over a 1000 competitors from 40 clubs across the UK. It was great to have 2 clubs representing Swim England Hertfordshire. Aqualina who have attend this event since the inaugural event 3 years ago and Hatfield for their
Long serving Swim England Hertfordshire volunteers were honoured at the ACM. Mrs J O’Brien received the President’s Plate and Bryan Thompson received the Roy Rogers Memorial Trophy. Presentations were made by outgoing President Janet Warrington. Mrs J O’Brien was presented with the President’s Plate Bryan Thompson was presented with the Roy Rogers Memorial Trophy.
Saturday 22nd June saw 78 athletes come together at Stevenage Swim Centre for the 2019 Herts Synchro Championship. This event was run in parellel with an East Region event, with many of the Herts Athletes medalling at both events. Every synchro club in Herts was present which was great to see as the number of swimmers
Selection Policy The team will be selected in June of the year of competition. Swimmers will be identified for both individual and relay events from the ASA Long Course Ranking Database. Swimmers will be identified as eligible for this competition if they rank under a Hertfordshire club on the Rankings Database. Swimmers will be identified
The Swim England Hertfordshire Annual Council Meeting (ACM) will take place on Wednesday 3rd July at Welwyn Civic Centre at 8pm. This is your opportunity to have your say and inform the direction of the Swim England Hertfordshire for the next 12 months. The meeting will include the elections for members of the Management Board
Special Olympics East Herts (SOEH) hosted the 4th Spring Special Olympics Eastern Regional Swimming Competition at Hertfordshire Sports Village Hatfield on Saturday 9th March 2019. The event attracts swimmers from all over the country, and all of the athletes have a learning disability. Twelve swimmers competed as part of the SOEH Team. Janet Warrington Disability
Hoddesdon Swimming Club’s Para Swimmers members travelled to Liverpool to compete in the National Junior Para-Swimming Championships 2019 organised by Activity Alliance and supported by Swim England, the unique partnership aim is to increase opportunities and talent development for young disabled swimmers. The competition took place over the weekend of the 2nd and 3rd of
Swim England Hertfordshire’s Development Weekend is free to all our volunteers, but you will only benefit if you sign into attend the sessions. There are a variety of courses from Helpers, to Team Managers, to Officials, to Disability and all aspects of coaching. Incorporated in the Coach Development Day is the CPD – Coaching The
The Venue, Borehamwood – 19th/20th, 26th/27th January 2019 and 2nd/3rd February 2019 At every event we need the support of non technical helpers to ensure the event runs smoothly so that our athletes have the best possible experience. In order to run counties successfully we need to have around 345 volunteers across the three weekends.
22 Swimmers from 8 Clubs attended the meet in Sheffield; the clubs represented were Berkhamsted, Bishops Stortford, Hemel Hempstead, Hoddesdon, Potters Bar, St Alban’s Masters, Stevenage and Watford. Hertfordshire swimmers came away with a total combined 32 medals, of which there were 28 individual medals and 4 relay medals. There was a total of
Saturday the 6th and 7th October was the time for Swim England Hertfordshire to try their luck in Sheffield again for the National Intercounty Championships. The day started off meeting up in Hitchin to find the pool overlooked the booking, and we had 33 very tall teenagers filling out the lobby. Great improvisation using 2