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Wednesday, 30 May 2012 11:43

CABSC says a fond farewell to Ian Cross


CABSC'S Head Coach Ian Cross has left after many years of involvement as both swimmer and coach.

Ian is getting married soon and is looking to spend a little more time with his wife-to-be. The Club will miss him and thanks him for his many years of service.

The mayor of Rushcliffe, Cllr Gordon Moore, visited the Water Polo section in May 2012 at one of their weekly training sessions.  For many years Cllr Moore was a national water polo referee, and started up the original Bingham water polo team over 12 years ago.  Cllr Moore put the juniors through their paces as he refereed a match, and said afterwards: “It’s great to be here tonight and to see so many smiling faces. The good thing about water polo is that it keeps young people swimming - I’m really pleased that the water polo club has kept going and continues to grow.”


Friday, 23 March 2012 14:25

British Championships Olympic Trials

Well done to the following Calverton & Bingham / Nova Centurion swimmers who qualified to compete in the British Gas Swimming Championships (Selection Trials) between the 3-10 March at the London Aquatics Centre -
Rosie RUDIN,
Hannah MEEK,
Rebecca BARSBY,
and Karl MORGAN.
All swimmers did themselves and the club proud...full results can be found on the British Swimming website www.swimming.org
Thursday, 22 March 2012 15:59

Guinness World Record Attempt

On Saturday 10 CABSC swimmers took part in a Guinness world record attempt organised by Rotary Clubs and their End Polio Now campaign. Swimmers around the world had to cover 100m only between noon and 1pm. Unofficially the existing record of 2332 has been smashed and currently is at 4824 with numbers still being received. So thanks to Hannah Britten, Becca Barsby, Rosie Needham, Kya McBride, George Partridge, Ella Croft, Charlotte Beardsley, Esme Fairhurst, Liam Meikle and Claire Snowden. CABSC are now officially part of history!

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