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Derek Beaumont (Beaumont Diving Acadamy) has been recognised for his many years of dedication and commitment to diving with a Lifetime Service Award by British Swimming.
Swim England Hertfordshire recognised more of their swimmers achievements at the weekend. The members of the 2019 team for the National County Team Championships were presented with 1/2 colours. One swimmer Valeria Giron (Hatfield) was not present at the weekend but will be presented later, while Michael Klimaszewski received his the previous weekend. The colours
Michael Klimaszewski (Hatfield) was presented with 1/2 County Colours for representing Swim England Hertfordshire at the 2019 National County Team Championships and Full colours for his call up to the Swim England Junior Squad heading to Nice for the FFN Golden Tour in February. Read the full story. The presentation was made by Mr. Tom
Door Opening Times (Coaches/Team Managers/Chaperones/Helpers/Volunteers): Saturdays 13:00 Sundays 07:30 Tuesdays 17:45 (Swimmers & Spectators): Saturdays 13:30 Sundays 08:00 Tuesdays 18:00 Please note: For the first session of each day of competition, each coach/team manager/chaperone/helper going on poolside MUST go to the officials’ room where there will be an accreditation desk for them to collect their
At the Swim England National Awards 2019 on 30th November, Nathan Hughes received the Talent athlete of the Year award for the discipline of Open Water. These talent award recognise athletes from each of the aquatic disciplines who are excellent ambassadors for the sport and have produced outstanding results over the past twelve months The
On Saturday 16th November, a team of nine swimmers representing Aqualina, from Stevenage in Hertfordshire, attended the Swim England Synchronised Swimming National Masters Championships 2019 at the K2 pool in Crawley, Surrey. This year saw the highest-ever number for entries, with ages ranging from 18yrs to 75yrs plus. Aqualina followed the trend, having their highest-ever
Swim England Hertfordshire is looking to recruit two team managers to help ensure our athletes have the best possible experience and are able to perform to the very best of their ability. Team Managers will lead the organisation for our squads travelling to the National County Team Championships at Ponds Forge in Sheffield next October
Hitchin Swimming Club’s Mark Evens, 22, recently returned from Sardinia where he represented Great Britain at the 5th European Down Syndrome Swimming Championships. 31 British athletes travelled to the prestigious event, which saw more than 130 swimmers representing 19 different countries. Evens, who specialises in Freestyle and Butterfly, was awarded the trophy for the Best Individual
Hertfordshire Masters swimmers headed to Sheffield for the Swim England Masters National Championships that ran between the 25th to 27th October 2019. These Championships took place at Ponds Forge where the pool was split in half to create two 25m Pools, with women’s events taking place in one pool and the men’s events in the