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Monday, 02 July 2018 22:52

CABSC Competition

As all you swimmers and families have your exciting summer holidays, staycations and day trips planned, why not send in great shots of you (or something) in your CABSC shirt  on location via messenger.  We will have several categories, most exotic , funniest, cutest, most unusual etc.  They will occasionally feature on the facebook page, just using your first names and where you are.  Please make sure you wear shorts/jammers with the t-shirt.  The best one of the season will receive a prize.  This is our canine coach, Albus, kicking it off.

Monday, 02 July 2018 22:44

Derby & Notts Final 2018

On a barmy Saturday evening our youngsters and supporters travelled to Bramcote Leisure Centre to compete in the final of the Derby & Notts, Junior Swimming League.

The evening started off with a parade of the swimmers around the pool where we undoubtedly won the best dressed team and noisiest supporters awards (none given, but we would have won them).

As with the previous two rounds the 12 year old boys got us off to a great start, winning their 4 x 25m Medley Relay and there were further wins for Elliott (50 BF), Ruby (25 BR), James (50 BF & 50 BR), Cam (50 BR), Noah (50 FC) and those 12 year old boys again in the 4 x 25m Freestyle Relay.

Across the team the swimmers performed fantastically, there were a number of pbs in the individual events and some great relay performances. Although the quality of the opposition was high our swimmers raised their game with virtually every swimmer going faster in the relays on the night than in the earlier rounds.

It was great to see the supporters getting behind the team and making use of the inflatable clapping sticks and it was clear to see the enthusiasm rub off on the team.

Thanks, as always to support team, Lucy, Simon, Rob, Amanda and Rochelle and role on next year.

Go Stingrays

Mark Moore


Congratulations to CABSC Masters swimmer Chris Gillard who in May achieved a new East Midlands regional short course Masters record in the ladies 400m IM (60-64 years) in a time of 7.45.02. Well done Chris you are an inspiration!!- CABSC youngsters take note - you can still achieve records well after your teens!

Wednesday, 27 June 2018 15:53


Calling CABSC Juniors/JDS and any new swimmers/friends who are interested in joining a fantastic local swimming club. Please look at the attached poster and contact us if you would like to attend. You must be aged 6-11 and be of a lesson standard Stage 6.

Posters will be on local school noticeboards, leisure centres, libraries etc

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