In the highly competitive National Swimming League, London Region, Division 2, Ware finished round 1 in 6th place with 97 points.
There were some fantastic outstanding individual and relay performances with 5 new club records.
On the night, 1st place finishes went to: Archie Rann U14 100m butterfly (1.14.34), Thomas Currie in the U16 100m freestyle (1.00.17). Callum Cox achieved two 1st place finishes and two new club records in the U14 100m backstroke (1.11.09) and U14 freestyle (1.02.84).
The boys U14 medley relay (Callum Cox, Tommy Liddiard, Archie Rann and Ben Jones) took 1st place and a new club record of 2.17.99.
Zoe Van Maanenberg also achieved a new club record in the U16 100m backstroke (1.17.28), along with a new club record of 2.43.78 in the boys open squadron relay (Aidan Jones, Rye Grover, Nick Sinclair, Louis Cripps, Sean Brindley and Charles Sinclair).
Many thanks to the coaches, poolside helpers and officials who helped with the smooth running of the gala. For full details and all other results login to the club members section.
Venue and timings for National league round 2 now available. Click here for full details.
Venue and timings for Christmas gala now available. Click here for full details.
Programmes for week 2 of the Club Championships are now available and can be printed by logging into the members section of the website; selecting the 'Championship Entry' option from the Championships Panel and then clicking on one of the Championship Days from within the Championship Programmes Panel.
Results from days 1 and 2 of the championships can be viewed by selecting the 'Championship Results' option from the Championships Panel along with details of the points competition, most improved swimmer and three in a row competitions. Full details of how points are awarded and the rules for most improved swimmers and three in a row competitions can be viewed by clicking on the 'info' icons at the top of the relevant panels.
Congratulations to Jessica Hutchins who is leading the junior points competition after the first two days just ahead of Alfie Adams and congratulation to Callum who as well as being the 'most improved swimmer' (now he has worked out how to swim breaststroke!) also leads the Intermediate points ahead of Tommy Liddiard and top girl Natalie Bolton. In the senior competition Louis Cripps is just in the lead after picking up points in all 3 of the scoring events but can he hold off Charles in the final two days.