Brid Seaside Special Gala Sat 13th July 2019 –
We are now taking your entries to the Brid gala.
Please read attached information for entry conditions.
All entries with pb times need to be sent to the following email address with “Brid Gala” in the Subject bar.
Promotors Pack SS2019 V1 30.12.18
From Saturday 12th January swimming training restarts – all sessions back to normal
The main swimming pool is still out of action due to recent leak !!
Repairs are ongoing & the pool is still not full and will be freezing cold, we waited as long as we could, please pass the info on to everyone you know.
We hope to be back up & running for Saturdays sessions
Sorry for any incovenience.
The link below will take you to our club championships review
Kingfishers Swimming Club – Championship Review
SADSA Gala – Kingfisher Entries – Sunday 25th Nov @ Scarborough Pool
Swimmers please check your race entries:
Kingfishers Club Championships – Sunday 18th November
All members please note arrangements for our club championships:
Volunteers; please meet in the changing rooms at 8.30am.
Swimmers; warm up will be 9am.
Spectators; entry to balcony 8.45 am. Admision is £3 per person including children. This price includes a program.
Lunch 12.30 TIL 1.30; Volunteers will recieve lunch in function room.
Afternoon warm up 1.30 hopefully finish approx 5pm.
Parents & Swimmers Please Note.
Swimmers please do not attempt to access the pool if you are any more than 10 minutes late for your session. This rule is to prevent injuries as you are much more likely to be injured if you miss warm up. Each session has a 15 minute warm up incorporated into all sets by the teachers & coaches.
How important is warming up before swimming?
With swimming using large groups of muscles it is essential that you use efficient movements and maintain a low heart rate so as not to fatigue the body. … Warming up increases body temperature, which reduces the chance for muscle and tendon injuries.
How long should swimming warm up last?
At bare minimum, your warm-up period should be five minutes long. If you are practicing an intricate sport like gymnastics or ballet, you need much longer than five minutes to properly warm up. Also, when your muscles are extremely sore from a previous workout, you will need to take more time to warm up.
Please respect this rule as it is there to reduce your risk of injury.
Thank You for respecting this rule………. Safe & Happy Swimming !!