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Friday, 20 April 2018 20:29

Midland Youth Championships

We had a small squad of County swimmers qualify for the East Midlands Youth Championships at Ponds Forge last weekend and a number of other CABSC swimmers were there representing NOVA Centurion.  

Congratulations to William Halstead who narrowly missed out on a gold medal to Nottingham NOVA rival Joseph Kingsland in the 200m breaststroke.  Will swam 2.41.28 to Kingslands 2.41.13 - so close.  Will also finished 4th in the 100m breaststroke final and made the final of the 100m back.  Also making the medals representing NOVA was William Turnock who finished 2nd in the 200m fly with a fantastic PB from heat to final, Will also made the 100m fly and 200 Back final.  Frankie Berry qualified for the 200m breast final finishing 7th and Jacob Carrington qualified for the 100m back final but withdrew.  Elsie Moran, Lily Cherry, Jack Reddington, Joe McAllion, Jake Geary and Ben Pierpoint also represented the club.  Well done swimmers on a great achievement against some tough competition across the region

Also making finals representing NOVA were James Cox (100/200 Back),  Lottie Warsop (100 Back), Ella Croft (100/200 breast) and Amy Mead (100 Free/200 Breast/200IM).

The boys 14/16 relay team of William Halstead, Fabio Medri, Ben Pierpoint and Jack Edis represented the club in the Medley and Free relay events.

Thanks to Mark for his support poolside over a very hot long weekend!  

 

Friday, 20 April 2018 20:23

New club record

Congratulations to County squad swimmer, James Berry who improved the 10 year boys 100m breaststroke record which he set earlier in the year.  James swam 1.29.40 at the Leicester Sharks Open Meet representing NOVA Centurion. Well done James ! 

Saturday, 14 April 2018 08:37

East Midlands ASA Regionals

Good luck to all our swimmers competing for Club or NOVA at this weekends Regional Championships at Ponds Forge. 

Monday, 02 April 2018 19:08

Adam Peaty fundraiser

Adam Peaty will be going for Gold and Project 56 at the Commonwealth Games but what time will he hit in the final of the 100m breaststroke?  Have a guess on our Adam Peaty fundraiser and you could win a cash prize while helping to raise funds for a new backstroke ledge.  Thank you to Liz Warner for organising this - there are still some times left at £2 a go so catch Liz this week.  The final is on 7th April 19:48 (Australian time).  

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