The 10th Annual Boston Amateur Swimming Club Open Meet will take place on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th January 2015. The meet is a Licensed Level 3 meet (License number 3EM150022) and will take place at the Meres Leisure Centre, Grantham.
More details are available by clicking on the Boston Open Meet 2015 page – The event schedule is found here.
For further details please contact us.
The Final of the Fenland League competition was held yesterday (Saturday 18th October). Boston Amateur Swimming Club took part in the A final held at Deepings.
A full report will follow, however the Provisional Results are available and can be found on the Fenland League section of the website.
Please note, the results are subject to adjudication and may change.
As lessons with Boston Borough Council will be continuing over the half-term break, please note the Club will be operating Normal Training Time this school holiday.
Please keep an eye on the noticeboard and Club website for any updates and news relating to Boston Amateur Swimmimg Club!
The Club has been notified that the date for the 2014 Gerry Gibbons Trophy Gala will now be in December 2014.
This means there will be no gala on Saturday. Apologies for any incovenience caused.
The Boston Amateur Swimming Club AGM will take place on Friday 24th October at 7pm at The Eagle Pub, West Street, Boston.
All Members welcome. Please note that Parents of Junior Members and Junior Members are very welcome to attend and address the meeting but are unable to vote.
Forty-six swimmers from across the squads at Boston Amateur Swimming Club competed at the Rob Welbourn Open Meet at Deepings Leisure Centre in the first Open Meet of the 2014/15 season.
Two Boston Amateur Swimming Club swimmers have been in action today (Sunday 19th October) at the British Gas National County Team
Championships at Ponds Forge.
Twelve year olds Lewis Bontoft and Lewis McGarry were competing for Lincolnshire in the Division Two contest, which pitched the county up against 17 other counties.
A FIFTEEN-year-old swimmer from Boston Amateur Swimming Club is one step closer to his dream of swimming in the Commonwealth Games after qualifying for the British Gas National Disability Championships in November.
Connor Boyfield, who is classified as a S9 swimmer due to a congenital absence of forearm and hand, qualified after he won Gold in the 50m Butterfly and Silver in the 100m Butterfly at both the East and West Midlands Championships.