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The second round of the Anglian League competition saw two Boston Amateur Swimming Club teams come face-to-face for the first time this year.
Hosted at the Geoff Moulder Leisure Pool, the Boston club also welcomed St Neots and Wisbech for the evening of competition.
The Boston A team got off to a flying start, winning 7 out of the first 10 races. This saw them 10 points ahead of the Wisbech swimmers. Further race wins were added over the next few races by Lewis Moses (boys Open 50m Fly) and Thomas Liddy (boys 13&under 100m Backstroke) which saw the A team maintain their points cushion.
A young Boston Amateur Swimming Club team made the long journey to Newmarket for Round Two of the 2014 Fenland League competition.
Many of the swimmers were new to any kind of competition, but what they lacked in race-day experience they more than made up with enthusiasm and team spirit and from the offset it looked like the Boston swimmers were going to dominate the evening.
The Spring newsletter is now available to download from the Club Newsletter section on the website.
The newsletter features reports from Club coaches and committee members.
Please have a read through and send us your feedback, comments and any ideas for future newsletters.
The final weekend of the Lincolnshire County Swimming Championships saw 33 Boston Amateur Swimming Club swimmers take to the pool at the Meridian Sports Centre in Louth.
All those attending were hoping to build on the successes of the first weekend of competition and they didn’t disappoint.
Nine-year-old Joseph Vickers continued with his winning ways adding a further four golds and a silver to the 10 golds he won in the first weekend of competition. Ten-year-old Cavan Chambers also added five more medals to his collection.
We are now just a week away from the Easter holidays so be prepared and make a note of changes to the training timetable.
The timetable is available from the Training Times section on the website.
Also please note that from Monday April 7th, due to the popularity of the session, the Monday Club Squad training session will continue to be from 8pm until 9pm but will now train on its own. Masters Squad will now train from 8pm until 9pm.
As it is the final day of the Lincolnshire County Championships in Louth on Saturday March 22nd, there will be no Performance training.
All other training sessions will go ahead as normal.
Good luck to all BASC swimmers taking part in the championships!
Thirty-two Boston Amateur Swimming Club swimmers took part in the first weekend of the Lincolnshire ASA County Championships, held at the Meridian Leisure Centre in the Louth.
The weekend brought together some of the finest swimming talent in Lincolnshire and it proved to be a successful weekend for the young Boston swimmers.
Swimmer of the weekend for Boston Head Coach Ian Wells was nine-year-old Joseph Vickers who won every boy event in his age group, earning himself 10 gold medals and two County records for his efforts. Ten-year-old Cavan Chambers also came away with plenty of silverware – with four golds, four silvers and a bronze.