Starts & Turns Swim Camp – Saturday 6th July 2019

City of Sheffield Elite Squad Coaches will be running a One Day Starts & Turns Camp aimed at  8-14 year olds. International swimmers from the Senior Squad will be on hand to provide in water demonstrations. Training on using start wedges off the block and for backstroke starts, entry in and out of turns and improve rotational speeds. We will show you how the fastest swimmers do it!

The brochure can be downloaded here.

This bespoke camp will be held at: Worksop College S80 3AP. Registration at 9.00am, Collection at 3.00pm. Drinks and sandwiches Included. Parents can come and watch.

To register or for further details email:
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A booking form is available here.

Limited Spaces available: Price £65

The results from the Malcolm Hill League Gala held at Ponds Forge on May 13th are now available here.

The final weekend in April saw JO3, JO2 and Regional squad travel to Huddersfield for the Borough of Kirklees Spring Open Meet. Despite difficult deck conditions, Team Steel took home 17 golds, 16 silvers and 19 bronzes. It was a great experience for the JO3 swimmers to get some racing under their belts, and to learn from the older swimmers. JO2 raced really well and demonstrated the great skills they have been working on in training.

The British Championships 2019 took place from the 16.-22.04.2019 in Glasgow. This is the biggest meet on British soil and featured some of the UKs top swimming talent including Adam Peaty and Duncan Scott. City of Sheffield Swim Squad (Team Steel), was represented by 22 swimmers, some of whom were targeting this meet as their main competition and trying to qualify for the World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea, and the under 18s for the World Junior Championships in Budapest and the European Junior Championships in Kazan.

Over the Easter weekend, JO1 travelled down to Portsmouth for the “Easter Meet 2019”. These meets are a great opportunity for the group to bond and learn more about how best to prepare themselves for away competitions. This will be invaluable experience for when they start swimming international meets in their swimming career. Judging from the Twitter and Facebook posts, the team (looked after by Luke, Jack, Kerry and Roz) had a fantastic time, and raced extremely well.