The new LAC based swimming club is in the making and we are going to take part in the newly compiled competition schedule for next season.
What a priviledge, not only could Madison participate in the first and only level-3 age group the old LACPP hosted at the LAC with Newham on 13. October last year, with medals that must have extreme rarity value, but she will also be part of the new club that is being developed.
This is true Olympic legacy, history in the making and very significant for Madison that she can swim for the first independently run swimming club that operates at the LAC.
We can hardly wait to learn who the new coaches are going to be and what the next season’s competition schedule will be.
I am sure that many swimmers are going to watch this new development closely. This new club is the most exciting swimming club development in Britain today.
Apparently in high-performance programs things work from year to year, the season as it is called. In the average swimming club, you can sign up for continuous training but now we have learned that the LACPP training may change.
We pondering whether to find another club or just wait and see what happens. The life of a swimmer is full of surprises.
Whilst we are signed up for competitions we have something to aim for. The calender was rolled out till the end of July this year and then we just don’t know yet.
Whilst Madison has already achieved a few Essex county times for next year, a new club might not be Essex but Middlesex again.
Onward forward and swimming can only get better. Our next meet is in Thurrock’s 25m pool. And as life has it, the competition is on 17 June but it’s age as on 18 June. What a difference a day makes, it makes a whole year’s difference age-wise. No worries, it is a challenge to be had.