Lots to look forward to

Soon Madison will enter her first Hackney Aquatics Club Championships, which are held with a fun and furiously fast concept but don’t forget that long-distance is the bread and butter of all good swimmers.

This is so exciting that there is an opportunity to swim in Ponds Forge pool for a level 1 meet in January and they only accept the fastest entrants, probably lots of scratches to slower applicants. Well, there are some competitions to get faster times to come before the closing date of the Derby meet. There is the

We’ll definitely have time to improve FINA points and best times prior to the closing date for the Middlesex County Championships, which is in November already. Next year, Madison will have to swim in Juniors for the first time as she’ll be 14 next year.

The Gators meet at the Aquatics Centre in January already gives a good opportunity to polish up on those regional times for next year too.

 

 

club championships

We are over the moon that the Hackney Aquatics Club Championships are held as licensed meets and so the times achieved at such champs are actually recorded on the swimmingresults.org website. LR172356, is that license number Hackney has acquired for the meet.

The next HAC champs are on 19th November 2017 and it will be the first time that Madison will take part in a club champs again.

LACPP didn’t have club championships as it was a program rather than a club. The first club that Madison swam for, the Bethnal Green Sharks did have club championships but the results were not as such licensed.