Welcome to the Norwich Swan Swimming Club website
Norwich Swan Swimming Club provides a full range of swimming opportunities, from affordable learn to swim sessions right through to competitive swimming at a Regional and National standard. Sessions take place at a number of locations in and around Norwich, and we pride ourselves in being a friendly club, providing flexible training across a range of squads.
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The accumulated club points result placed Norwich Swan 3rd overall in this two week County Challenge Gala. Congratulations to all our swimmers who took part in this event contributing to this excellent result. Overall across the two weekends we won 23 Gold, 24 Silver & 19 Bronze medals - just over 30% of all swims achieved a top-three finish. In addition 70% of all swims were new personal best times.
UPDATED WITH CYGNET, CHALLENGE AND COUNTY CLUB SQUADS
Our Training Timetable for Summer 2015 has now been published - download a copy from the link below.
Note that we have no training for two weeks - starting Mon 3rd & Mon 10th August.
This year saw four Swam members: Tilly & Evie Anema, Hannah Loke and Harry Crisp take part in the Great East Swim at Alton Water, Suffolk. The weather was overcast with sunny spells and the water temperature a pleasant 17.9 degrees. The events were held over a number of distances, all of which began with a running start.
A large number of Norwich Swan members took part in this weekend’s County Challenge held at Dereham Pool. They proved to be a very successful group of competitors - finishing with 11 Gold Medals, 9 Silver Medals, and 8 Bronze medals, with a total of 49 top-six places.
Norwich Swan held their first open water camping weekend at Fritton Lake last weekend and despite the unpredictable weather had a brilliant time learning about the concept and strategies involved in open water swimming. A mixed group of 22 swimmers took part over the weekend, with most camping on site. They quickly bonded as a team with the experienced swimmers helping the young members who were new to the sport.