Wolverhampton Swimming Club
ABOUT THE CLUB
WSC is an amateur sports club based in Wolverhampton, UK.
WSC is an ASA Swim21 Accredited Club
WSC is affiliated to the ASA, West Midlands ASA, Staffordshire ASA.
WSC provides services for both able bodied and disability swimmers of all abilities from learn to swim to National Medallist.
WSC is the approved HUB Club for Disability Swimming in the Black Country Area.
SUPPORT AND SPONSORSHIP
Wolverhampton Swimming Club (WSC) would like to thank the following individuals and companies for their support and encouragement:
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For the first time, our annual long course training camp at Cardiff in February was a joint venture between WSC and Bilston swimming clubs.
Swimmers from both clubs swam up to 40,000m (that’s very nearly a full Marathon) over the 3 days.
Everyone had a fantastic (if tiring) time and we even managed to fit in our usual trip to the Ice Cream Parlour in Cardiff Bay between sessions. Another superb result!!
The 2014 joint camp was a great success and we hope this format can be repeated in the future.
This practice of training hard long course and then dropping down to compete short course at the Counties two weeks later is a major factor the swimmer’s success in Stafford.
Special Mention To:
CARDIFF TRAINING CAMP -
Matt Holland on his long course 59 sec 100 Fly and 2:14 for 200 Fly at Derventio Meet in April 2014
Great Results for Ben Roberts (10th 200m Fly) and Toby Robinson (6th 1500 FS) at the British Champs in April 2014
WSC AT THE COUNTIES -
WSC swimmers delivered a truly sensational set of results at the Staffs County Champs held in Stafford in March 2014.
Over the 4 days WSC swimmers swam 255 swims which produced:
WSC Head Coach Adam Johnson said “Every one of our swimmers were a a credit to themselves, their parents and our Club. Their results reflect their talent , commitment and the hard work they have put in over the last few months. They have now set the bar very high indeed but the foundation is laid and I believe they can look forward to even greater things in the future.”
WSC Coach Tim Munro added, “We are just so proud of our swimmers -
Well done to Megan Bond on becoming County Champion Multiple times with some great pb’s
Well done to Toby Robinson on swimming 3:58 for 400m FS -
Thanks to Everyone who represented WSC so well in the County Relays and Skins
Well done to Megan Bond winning the County Skins competition in 2014
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Finally after months of uncertainty and endless hours of petitions, protests and
negotiations, the news everyone wanted to hear -
Not only this, but they are going to be better than ever before with new quality equipment and a brand new programme that will better serve the people of Wolverhampton and the
sport of Competitive Swimming right across the West Midlands.
Many people were involved in getting to this point: From the Wolverhampton Council and leisure centre’s management team, the ASA and Sport England, to over 6000 folks who made their voices heard with such passion and committment. WSC wants to thank everyone who played a part in securing this historic decision
Wolverhampton Swimming Club has a successful history stretching back nearly 140 years. This decision provides a platform for this success to continue for many more years to come.
WSC swimmers, coaches, parents and committee are fully focused on making this happen.