Plymouth leander open meet december 2011 results fitness

Plymouth Leander open meets

Corporal Chris Fairey MBE formed a Barracks Swimming Club with a few keen Swimming Club using the Ballards centre pool with Plymouth Leander At the Club AGM in December it was decided to change the name of the Club, . Result of the junior section gala was HMS Raleigh points, HMS Drake points. Well done to swimmers at the Newquay Open Meet on Sunday 11th May. Results December in the London especially the 4 swimmers who have been training with Plymouth Leander. Results: Thursday 7th April - SUBSCRIPTION FEE INCREASES Here's to another 15 years of fitness & success!!!. Plymouth Leander run a series of open meets each season aimed at swimmers of all levels and abilities. For any competition entry or further information about our meets please email: Download the Results Hy-tek file here 07 December .

She returned home with not only PBs personal best times but two seconds, a third and three gold medals so a big well done to her. All three girls bagged golds and gained some excellent times ahead of the Cornwall County Blocks in March.

Results Girls 9 years Sascha Mees: Girls 11 years Molly Mees: Sharks at Development Gala-Nov posted 4 Feb Medals were awarded to the top three in each age group Results were as follows: Boys 9 years Freddie Caslake: Girls 9 years Keeley Dawe: Bude Sharks were hosting the Gala so thanks must go to all the parents for taking on the various jobs required and to Kate Watts and Jasmine Finney for helping Maggie poolside, it was much appreciated.

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Bude Sharks at the Bodmin Open posted 4 Feb The swimmers performed extremely well bringing home several medals and lots of personal best times PBs.

Amanda Cox was on poolside offering support and encouragement and was joined by Coach Maggie Davies for the second session spurring the swimmers on. Thanks must go to all the parents for the loud cheers coming from the stands!

Awards were made to the top 6 in each age group for each event. It was yet another tiring day but some personal best times were achieved, which was good after the summer holidays.

Everyone Active first Junior Network gala- 20th September This was the first time this gala had taken place and had 23 of our young swimmers aged 9 some 8 to 12 years. Most of the events were relays which gave the swimmers opportunity to raise the team spirit. Some have never taken part in this type of event before. Although we came last the team spirit and experience for them was great. City of Plymouth Competition — October This gala took place once again in October and 10 swimmers took part.

This year it moved venue to The China Fleet Club in Saltash, with pizza and chips being the chosen meal. Each session from 9am till 12 noon had various stations for the swimmers to take part in from waterpolo, chair relay to pulling team members in a life ring and collecting floaters and sinkers. One of these floaters accidentally set off one of the fire alarms and for a while everyone had to evacuate the building.

Plymouth Leander open meets

Spirits were kept high as the soggy children were huddled like penguins and head shoulders knees and toes sung to keep warm in the sunny but cold day. The morning was so successful it could even be an annual event? The younger swimmers received their distance badges End of term — 13th December The last swim of the Christmas term was the usual waterpolo fun.

This is an in house competition open to club swimmers and covers 25m — m on all the four strokes. This year there were 10 swimmers from HMS Raleigh who took part. Breakwater swim — 18th July Once again we had 2 swimmers from the club taking part.

She did well despite the weather being wet and the water choppy. They completed the 3km event which took place later in the evening this year due to the tides. Also swimming was Colin Davies another member of our club. Thanks goes out to all the swimmers who behaved impeccably for the duration of the weekend and represented their county with real dignity, as well as all the support staff that attended the weekend and made it possible to run.

Kate Veale Annual Report President Roger Downing What a great year for sport this has been and especially for our part of the world. Gold medal winner Ruta and her Plymouth Leander Coaches, Tom Daley and his Plymouth diving coaches, to mention a few and not forgetting all our other competitors and support staff, and volunteers who made London including the Paralympics, the best.

A group of individuals getting to the highest levels by dedication, commitment, attitude and skill. A great example to us all but especially to our younger developing swimmers.

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I mentioned dedication and commitment and would like to personally thank all those committee members and volunteers who have helped to steer Devon County Swimming Association to a very successful year. Without your dedication and commitment hundreds of young sports people would have lost the opportunity to compete, train and excel in their chosen discipline. I know I am talking to the committed but please try and get some more volunteers to help both your clubs and the county.

Too much is done by too few and if we could just get some more people to come out of the shadows so much more could be done for our sport. I have had to deal with issues that are not presenting our sports, both swimming and water polo in the best light.

Laura Stephens - Plymouth Leander (High Performance)

This has to change especially aggressive conduct to our officials. These issues are just a distraction and I would say to all clubs and officials put your name forward to help to improve our County. It has been a pleasure to take it through the last 12 months.

Mention the word change and lots of people worry. A change brought in this year was to our website and I would like to say a special thank you to Jane who ran our site for quite some time and to Richard Davies who has relaunched our site and made it into the best county website. Bill Baker retires from poolside Bill Baker, Devon County Past President has retired from the poolside after many years as a water polo referee.

Bills significant contribution to the County on many levels was acknowledged with a presentation at the recent AGM. He was thanked on behalf of the County by incoming County President Mr Phil Whiting who spoke for us all in wishing Bill a well deserved retirement. We will have marshals both on the riverbanks and in the water, so every safety aspect has been thought about.

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Join us at high tide on the River Taw and be part of our very first sponsored Swim event. The lads from Skern Lodge will bring their vast experience of water security to make this an exciting and safe experience. Why not invite a friend, member of the family or work colleagues and go for this swim challenge together?? Please note that is not a race, more a personal challenge. As you can appreciate, places are strictly limited for this premium event so get your application in quick!