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Saturday, 05 May 2018 15:27

Midland Medalists

Congratulations to bronze medalist in the 13 year 200m breaststroke Elliot Sibley


Talented age groups swimmers were competing for CABSC and NOVA centurion at the East Midlands ASA Regional Age Group championships last weekend at Corby.  The competition was very tough and Corby isn't known as a fast pool but overall there were some good solid performances in a weekend of back to back racing.  Representing CABSC were Sam Leveridge, Lewis Warner and Anastassia Walker and competing for Nova Centurion were Becky Whittaker, James Berry, Cameron Breedon, Matthew Cox, George Cummings, Noah Rai and Elliot Sibley.   Congratulations to Cameron Breedon who had a fantastic weekend in the 11/12 age group winning silver in the 50m breaststroke, 5th place in the 100m breaststroke and qualified for the 200m breaststroke final.  Well done to Noah Rai , also in the 11/12 year age group who won bronze in the 100m fly, 7th in the 200m IM, 8th in 200m fly and 7th in the 200m free and to Elliot Sibley, in the 13 year boys, who won bronze in the 200m breaststroke and 4th place in the 100m breaststroke.  Well done to our only female finalist, Becky Whittaker, who made the 13 year girls 100m and 200m Backstroke finals.  Well done to all swimmers who qualified - this is an achievement in itself which you should be really proud of.  Thank you to Mark and all our supporters who coped under very hot conditions!!

Calverton Junior teacher Tracey Jackson finished the London Marathon on her first attempt and was still smiling at the end! After a long walk on Monday, by Tuesday she was recovered. As a swimmer at the 800m to the finish line Tracey thought only 32 lengths to go!

She said that it was an amazing experience and the crowds were fantastic all the way.

Well done Tracey from everyone at CABSC

Sunday, 29 April 2018 16:16

Derby & Notts Round 1

Saturday night saw a strong junior team travel to Worksop to compete against clubs from both Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire in round 1 of the Derby & Notts Junior Swimming League.  With many swimmers making their competition debuts it was good to see such a great team spirit on poolside ans strong support from the balcony.   We had first places and seconds with numerous great swims and PBS across the age groups. The score remained tight between us and a strong Bramcite team until the last event.  On the night it would be fair to say that we were just narrowly beaten by the better team.  As a result, round 2 now sees us in the same gala as Sutton A and Leander A. Given the high level of competition expected it is crucial for the team that all swimmers asked, make themselves available and be prepared to swim their best.  Many thanks to all the poolside support and Lucy Berry for her organisational skills.  Go Stingrays. 

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