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Last night we welcomed eight new Sharks to the Club at our latest Sharks Information evening. It was lovely to see these youngsters with their parents starting their time with Boston Amateur Swimming Club.
These evenings are held at the end of each Council’s Swimming Lesson terms for swimmers who have completed their Grade 5 and Stage 6 courses in Dolphins! We know we have even more swimmers starting soon so here is some information for you.
At this standard, you will need to join Boston Amateur Swimming Club. There is a annual membership fee, currently £25, which covers registration and insurance with the national governing body, Swim England.
Sharks meet four times a week in the Geoff Moulder Training Pool:
- Tuesday 4.30pm until 5.30pm
- Thursday 4.30pm until 5.30pm
- Friday 4pm until 4.45pm
- Satuday 8am until 8.45am
All of these sessions are available to you, and you don’t need to book in advance.
As well as the joining fee, each squad has a monthly fee. Currently, for Sharks, this is £28. We prefer if this is paid by Standing Order (forms are available from the Coaching Staff), but can be paid by Cash or Cheque – if this is the case please put in a sealed envelope clearly marking the swimmers name. You can also set up a standing order through online banking if you have that facility, for details of this please email the Treasurer on email@example.com
For new Sharks, providing you have joined the Club, you can start training with us on Tuesday 13th February 2018. We look forward to seeing you then!
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Well done to everyone who has competed over the last two weekends of the 2018 Lincolnshire County Championships. By my calculations, and with one session still to take place, the Club’s current medal haul is as follows:
- GOLD – 26
- SILVER – 33
- BRONZE – 35
Having competed so well at the County Championships as well as recent long course meets in Sheffield and Coventry, now is a good time to remind you all about the Club Record process.
After each competition, take a look at the Club Records page here on the website. If you have beaten your age group time, fill out an online Club Record form and the Records Officer will update the records. Please remember it is your responsibility to claim the records. If you don’t claim the record, it won’t be recorded.
For more information on how to claim records, speak to Katy Roberts.
Would you like to be involved with the running of the Club?
A vacancy has become available on the Boston Amateur Swimming Club Executive Committe for a Minutes Secretary.
The role would involve taking minutes of the meetings, which take place on Friday evenings approx. 5 times a year. If you are enthusiastic and willing to get stuck in, we’d love to hear from you.
For more information about what the role involves, please speak to Pete Hockerston (chairman), Ian Harrison (Secretary) or Katy Roberts (Treasurer) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have seen a pink digital watch in the female changing room this evening, please can you message the club. A swimmer has mislaid one tonight.
If coaches are aware of withdrawals to Boston Open Meet please can you let us know as soon as possible, preferably by Friday 17th November at the latest.
You can do this by emailing email@example.com with the completed Boston Open Meet withdrawals form.
Any on the day withdrawals must be made by coaches or the club representative at the start of the warm-up in each session. Completed forms should be given to the meet promotor or meet recorder via the computer desk.
Your assistance with this is greatly appreciated due to the number of swimmers we have entered in this Meet.