Wick Amateur Swimming Club
Wick Amateur Swimming Club is a competitive swimming club with the aim to provide opportunities for young people to develop their swimming ability, improve their fitness and compete at an appropriate level.
As the club is a voluntary club to enable these objectives to be met parents/guardians are needed to support the swimmers by taking club roles, administration positions, coaching and official roles.
Wick Amateur Swimming Club
Mrs V Webster
10 Hill Avenue
Tel: 01955 605164
News for Wick Amateur Swimming Club
High Life Highland today announced a new partnership with four other areas of Scotland that will see highlife members able to access free use of leisure facilities outside the Highland region for the first time since the low cost access card was introduced over 15 years ago. The scheme, involving four other areas will be known as the "Leisure Link Partnership".
Thirty seven members of Wick Amateur Swimming Club competed recently in the Thurso Mini Meet. This meet is for 8-12 year olds.
High Life Highland is delighted to invite you to ‘get the habit of a lifetime’ by taking part in our Commit to Change challenge. This brand new initiative builds on the success of our Move It To Lose It campaigns and offers people across Highland the opportunity get the habit of a lifetime by building exercise into their daily routine.
Saturday saw the fastest swimmers from throughout the North of Scotland gather at the Aquadome in Inverness for the North District Sprints. The events over 50m for the four individual strokes and 100 metres for the Individual medley took the format of heats with a final contested by the fastest eight swimmers.
Wick Amateur Swimming Club finished off the swimming year with a fun gala and the club championships. The fun gala was for younger swimmers just starting their swimming career and a series of fun races let them show off their new found skills and have great fun at the same time.
It was a small but talented group of Wick Amateur Club swimmers who took part in the recent Elgin Mini Meet. At the 9 year old age group Darren Taylor gained more experience when he participated in three strokes which included a personal best time in his back stroke.
Following the Highland schools qualifying event in Inverness, 5 Wick swimmers had qualified for the Scottish finals held recently in the 50m pool at Tollcross Leisure centre in Glasgow. This will be the venue for the swimming events during the 2014 Commonwealth games and was a great experience for the young Wick swimmers.
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