Mia Brockway - Mia has been awarded the Swimmer of the Month due to her brilliant attitude towards her training and the effort she is puts in. She always tries her best during training and is willing to push herself in order to continue improving. She listens to advice from her coaches and takes it on board straight away. She also entered her 1st club champs this year and was keen to enter a variey of events. Keep it up Mia!
Fred Robertson-Smith - Fred has been given the award this month to say well done for all the hard work that he has been putting in. He has recently progressed up to the final stage of our Academy section and he is taking his new training load in his stride. Fred has also made recent improvements with his tumble turns and diving skills. He has entered this year's club champs and has begun participating in galas with the club. Well done Fred!
Cameron accomplished a 'sub 60' on 100m freestyle with a time of 58.87 in the finals at the Club Championships. Going under the minute for the first time and knocking 12 seconds off his pb from 2 years ago… what is possible this year Cameron? He also medalled on his 100m backstroke and made bronze at the Northampton Winter meet.
Brogan showed us an exciting performance in the Club Championships with an outstanding win in the 100m Individual Medley, showing solid proficiency in execution of all four strokes. A deserved win after the concerted efforts she has put in at training. Keep up the good work Brogan.
Results are now available on the Results page for the Autumn League final round.
A great night, all swimmers did really well 22 PB’s which is great after so many at club champs
Thank you to everyone that helped
Places on the night
1st Kettering A 259 points
2nd Melton B 241 points
3rd Hinckley B 222 points
4th Nene Valley 204 points
5th Wellingborough B 187 points
6th Coalville B 116 points
7th Oadby & Wigston 103 points
Harvey has understood what Race Pace Training is and has put in another solid months effort. Always trying to improve his performance and become more efficient in the water. Over the past year Harvey has had amazing pbs with his improving technique and quality work. Stay focused and keep up the good work Harvey
Kylah has been putting in a lot of effort this month and she has demonstrated a determined attitude to learn and change. She has great strength and power, with continued technique change she will produce great times. Keep up the hard work and concentration Kylah.
Paris Shuttle - Paris has made great progress recently and has now progressed to Stage 8 of the KASC Academy. She has also taken part in her first club championships and this included swimming a 200m event! Paris performed brilliantly and achieved lots of new PBs. Her hard work in training is clearly paying off and I am sure she will continue to progress through the latter stages of the Academy. Well Done Paris :)
Cole Angell - Cole has been awarded this month's award due to his positive attitude towards his swimming. He works hard during his training sessions and always listens to his coaches. He has also entered his first club championships and has been very eager to ensure he is well prepared. On the evenings of his events he has been raring to go and has picked up 1 gold and 1 silver medal so far. He also showed great sportsmanship with his fellow competitors. Keep it up Cole