Well done to all the swimmers who took part in the time trial on Sunday 5th February. The results are now in. Thanks to all the parents who helped out, we couldn’t run it without you.
Ellie and Elinor
Technical hitch with the photos this month but they can all be seen on Instagram and Facebook.
Tier 1: Alice – has continued to be a real team player and contributed massively to both the club’s social media output and the squad Secret Santa organisation!
Tier 2: Emily – shown herself to be a swimmer of real potential and consistently working hard and smart in all the right areas!
Tier 3: Darragh – made a significant improvement in his attendance and been a cheerful regular at the Monday AM sessions!
Tier 4: Nikolay – trained diligently on every occasion and has become faster and more efficient on all strokes!
Tier 5: Rachel – displayed great attention to detail on all her strokes and demonstrated a fantastic racing spirit!
Tier 6: Amy – brought a great attitude to every training session and made positive technical changes to her butterfly!
Swift: Thea – attempted and improved a range of drills and smashed her underwater work this month!
Thanks to everyone who came along to the Christmas fun night, including all helpers. Two of our newly crowned sprint champions are delighted with their t-shirts.
The winners are:
8 years – no girls, Murray R
9 years – Rachel I, Rob C
10 years – Holly D, Guy J
11 years – Zoe F, Thomas W
12 years – Lili M, Tymek C
13 years – Zosia A, Charlie C
14 years – Layla W, Nikodem T
15 and over – Alice M, Jedrzej P
Here are the full results.
There was a fantastic turnout on Friday 11th November at the Royal High school rugby club for our first celebration night since 2019. President Alison Grant supported by coaches Michal, Finlay and Ellie presented trophies to the winners of individual events and the top 6 in each age group.
|1st||Mini Boys||Murray||Scott||Marion Robinson trophy|
|Joint 2nd||Mini girls||Lily||Zheng|
|Joint 2nd||Mini girls||Thea||Liddell|
|1st||Mini girls||Freya||Morrison||Marion Robinson trophy|
|1st||Juvenile boys||Thomas||Wakulicz||Henniker trophy|
|1st||Juvenile girls||Lili||Mundell||Robin trophy|
|Joint 4th||Junior boys||Alejandro||Di Bella|
|Joint 4th||Junior boys||Ryan||McLachlan|
|1st||Junior boys||Nikodem||Trojnar||Boyd trophy|
|1st||Junior girls||Layla||Wedderspoon||Hutcheson trophy & Matheson medal|
|1st||Senior boys||Lawrence||McIntyre||Bill Linton memorial trophy|
|1st||Senior girls||Orla||MacInnes||Donald Allen trophy|
The full results for all the events at the 2022 Club Championships can be found in the attached document.
Holly McGill sent us a report from her busy summer at the European Junior Championships and Birmingham Commonwealth Games. You can also see a picture of the special award the club presented to her to mark those achievements. Read it here
A team of 8 Hearts Masters travelled to Aberdeen to take part in the British Masters long course championships from 17-19 June. A total of 630 swimmers took part from all over the country enjoying the well organised meet and sunshine in Aberdeen.
We had a number of individual medallists and record breakers.
Carol Lock: Silver 1500 Free, 400 IM, 400 Free, 200 Back, 200 IM and 800 Free (35-39 age group). Carol also got Scottish Records in the 1500 Free, 400 IM and 200 Back.
Dave Taylor: Silver 800 Free, Bronze 200 Breast (35-39 age group).
Jessie Campbell: Silver 1500 Free (50-54 age group).
Ian Sutherland: Bronze 100 Free (30-34 age group).
Jamie Waller: Bronze 50 Back (18-24 age group).
Relay teams also picked up a couple of medals: Mixed 120-159 years 4 x 50 Free relay Silver (Carol, Ian, David and Ruth), Mixed 72-99 years 4 x 50 Medley relay Bronze (Jamie, Carol, Dave, Ruth).
Also on the team were Elinor Crofts and Scott McAllister.