Congratulations to all of our Essex 2020 Qualifiers
The competition schedule for our 2019-20 season has now been updated.
Additional events may be added at a later date. You will be notified via your squad reps if any changes are made. These events will be added to our competition calendar as and when further information/documents become available.
Please click HERE to view the updated 2019-20 schedule.
*UPDATED – 04.01.2020*
Spring 2020 Term Learn to Swim now booking.
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Romford Town swimmers had a final chance to qualify for Essex County Championships at their Christmas Cracker Gala held at the 50M Olympic pool at the London Aquatic Centre. Swimmers from 34 clubs and 5 counties in the South East competed over the weekend
A clash with the prestigious National Arena League club competition meant that many of Town’s swimmers could not complete a full program. However that did not deter . . . . . .
The Christmas 2019 training schedule has now been confirmed.
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We would like to wish all of our swimmers and their families a merry Christmas and a happy new year.
Left to right: Amelia Moule, Daniel Gencas, Jess Ayling
Romford Town are off to Ponds Forge International Pool Sheffield for the Swim England National Winter Championships. The event is the biggest English meet of the winter calendar, with some of Britain’s top senior swimmers involved in the short course 25m pool. All swimmers have to reach a stringent qualifying time in order to compete.
Daniel Gencas 16, has the busiest schedule, competing in 7events: the 50m, 100m, 200m 400m and 1500 freestyle, 50m Butterfly and 400 IM.
Jess Ayling 18, is racing the 50m Breaststroke,
Lewis Clifford-Stephenson 26 (Not pictured), will be sprinting in the 50m Freestyle.
Amelia Moule 16, takes on the longer distance of 800m Freestyle.
The young team are hoping to race with the best and set some fast times to end the year on a high.
Romford Town Swimming Club travelled to the Harlow Penguins Open Meet last weekend. Forty of their swimmers competed against 290 others from 14 clubs in the region, all hoping to gain Essex County qualifying times for the Championships in January, while trying to win a fair share of the medals on offer too.
The 50m session on Friday began with the breaststroke and first medal winners were . . . . . .