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City of Bradford Summer Sprint with the Free 2020
Sunday 21st June 2020 at John Charles Centre for Sport, Leeds

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City of Sunderland New Year Meet

CITY OF SUNDERLAND NEW YEAR MEET

SUNDERLAND AQUATIC CENTRE

11/12th January 2020

A squad of City’s swimmers who train under the guidance of Leisure Service’s senior coach Andy Pearce and Development Coach Sarah Fisher travelled to Sunderland to compete in the City of Sunderland New Year Meet.

At this time of the year the meet gave swimmers valuable experience in the transition between short course and long course swimming.

Fifteen year old Rebecca Dunn was the star of the show with no less than six top ten finishes in total. She claimed City’s only gold in the 200m breaststroke and top ten places in the 50m and 100m butterfly, 200m individual medley and 50m and 100m breaststroke.

Also swimming as a fifteen year old Abigail Naylor, finished a very creditable third in the 50m freestyle and sixth in the 50m backstroke.

Swimming in the ten/eleven years age group was emerging talent Laura Temple. Her final placings came in the 100m and 200m backstroke and 50m butterfly.

Another emerging talent was Ciara O’Carroll who rose to the occasion and final placings in the ten/eleven years 50m freestyle, 50m backstroke and 100m breaststroke.

Also claiming three top ten fishes was fifteen year old Callum Mawson in the 50m and 100m breaststroke and 50m backstroke

The following swimmers all had two top ten finishes. Jakub Marszewski, Pippa Bennett and Evelyn Gledhill.

Bringing up the rear were Thea Barandia who claimed fifth place in the girls fourteen years 50m breaststroke and Hollie Mawson who finished in tenth place in the girls ten/eleven years 100m freestyle.

With twenty five top ten finishes the club can look forward to the forthcoming long course season with optimism.

Christine McCabe

City of Bradford Swimming Club

Harrogate Janus Meet 2020

CITY OF BRADFORD SWIMMING CLUB

HARROGATE JANUS A & B GRADE MEET

HARROGATE HYDRO

JANUARY 4/5th January 2020

The Harrogate Swimming Club Janus Graded Meet held at the Hydro saw City’s swimmers win a host of medals along with Yorkshire and North East Region qualifying times.

Outstanding performances and gold medals in the A Grade meet went to the following swimmers:

Rebecca Dunn (5), Oscar Hobson (4), Ella Jones (3), Callum Mawson (2), Abigail Naylor (1), Evie Hobson (1), Jasmine Shay (1), Katie Wiles (1), Keira Hinchcliffe (1), Freddy Dean 91).

Ten year old Evie Hobson also claimed a speeding ticket in the 200m breaststroke in a time of 3.19.89

At B grade level the following were on top of the podium. Olivia Tiffany (3), Tyler Bower (2), Hannah Carney (2), Luke Winterbottom (2), Josh Taylor (1), Mabel Walker (1), Jakub Marszewski (1), Emma Griffiths (1), Rose Lever (1), Amelia Fullerton (1), Megan Richmond (1), Imogen Tiffany (1) and Fraser Buxton (1).

 

The meet was a good introduction to competitive swimming for some of City’s emerging swimmers. In total City had a medal haul of 38 gold, 37 silver and 30 bronze medals and the one speeding ticket.

All of the above swimmers train with Leisure Services Aquatic Competition Programme under the guidance of coaches Andy Pearce and Sarah Fisher.

Christine McCabe

City of Bradford Swimming Club

Sheffield City Memorial Meet

CITY OF BRADFORD SWIMMING CLUB

SHEFFIELD CITY MEMORIAL OPEN GRADED MEET

PONDS FORGE SHEFFIELD, 50m

9TH NOVEMBER 2019

A squad of City’s emerging talent competed in the Sheffield City Memorial Graded long course meet held at Ponds Forge Sheffield.

City’s swimmers were on top form when they claimed nineteen golds, twenty seven silver and twenty bronze medals and the club walked away with the meet’s top club award.

In the girls events two gold medals went to, Keira Hinchcliffe, Sophia Gledhill, Katie Wiles, Evie Hobson, Megan Richmond, Amelia Fullerton.

Whilst in the boys events two golds were awarded to Fraser Buxton and Tyler Bower.

Each of the following city swimmers gained one gold medal to their credit. Evelyn Gledhill, Pheanie Banks, and John Luke Hutchinson.

Silvers went to, Jakub Marszewski, Evie Hobson, Pheanie Banks, Josh Hutchinson, John Luke Hutchinson, Laura Temple, Holly Vasey, Oscar Hobson, Sophia Gledhill, Evelyn Gledhill, Thea Barandia, Jamie Connolly, Niamh O’Brien, Tyler Bower, Fraser Buxton and Ciara O’Carroll.

Speeding tickets meaning the swimmers were too fast for A Grade were awarded to both Sophia Gledhill and Keira Hinchcliffe.

Bringing up the rear with a host of bronze medals were Josh Hall, Oscar Hobson, Keira Hinchcliffe, Katie Wiles, Amelia Fullerton, Evie, Hobson, Lillia Richmond, Sam Akers, Erin O’Carroll, John Hutchinson, Niamh O’Brien, Thea Barandia, Fraser Buxton, Holly.Vasey and Laura Temple.

All swimmers train on the Bradford Aquatics Competition Programme under the guidance of coaches Andy Pearce and Sarah Fisher.

Christine McCabe

City of Bradford Swimming Club

Swim England NER ASA Open Championships.

SWIM ENGLAND NORTH EAST REGION

AGE GROUP CHAMPIONSHIPS

SHEFFIELD PONDS FORGE 25M

2/3RD November 2019.

A small squad of City’s swimmers travelled south to compete in the Swim England North East Region Open Championships held at Ponds Forge Sheffield.

John Luke Hutchinson was City’s highest placed swimmer with a sixth place finish in the 100m individual medley event. He then went on to place in the top twenty in both the 200m breastroke and longer 200m individual medley.

Next in line was Rebecca Dunn with a ninth place finish in the 200m breaststroke and top twenty places in the 50m and 100m breaststroke events.

Abigail Naylor and Fraser Buxton both finished in tenth place in the 50m freestyle and 50m breaststroke respectively.

Top twenty finishes also came from Ella Jones (2), Sam Akers (2), Ellen Winters (1), Fraser Buxton (1), Louie Dove (1) and George Smith (1)

All swimmers train on the Bradford Aquatics Competition programme under the guidance of coaches Andy Pearce and Sarah Fisher.

Christine McCabe

City of Bradford Swimming Club

November 2019

Swim England North East Region Age Group Chapionships

SWIM ENGLAND NORTH EAST REGION

AGE GROUP CHAMPIONSHIPS

SHEFFIELD PONDS FORGE 25M

2/3RD November 2019.

City of Bradford had three representiavres at the recent North East Region Age Group Championships held at Ponds Forge Sheffield.

Freddy Dean swimming as an eleven year old was City’s highest placed swimmer with a seventh place finish in the 100m backstroke in a time of 1.18.13.

His other top ten finish came in the 50m backstroke in a time of 36.10.

And he also went on to place in the top twenty with swims in the 50m and 100m freestyle, 50m and 100m butterfly and 100m individual medley.

Other top ten finishes came from Jasmine Shay in the girls eleven years 50m butterfly and Oscar Hobson in the boys twelve years 100m individual medley.

Both swimmers train on the Bradford Aquatics Competition programme under the guidance of coaches Andy Pearce and Sarah Fisher.

Christine McCabe

City of Bradford Swimming Club

November 2019

Swim England National Masters Championships.

SWIM ENGLAND NATIONAL MASTERS SHORT COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPS

SHEFFIELD PONDS FORGE

OCTOBER 2019

City of Bradford had two representatives who competed at the National Masters Short Course Championship held at Ponds Forge Sheffield.

Swimming in the 65/69 years age group Chris Brown claimed victory and national titles in the 50m and 100m backstroke events in times of 33.09 and 1.14.58 respectively.

In the 200m backstroke event his time of 2.48.57 placed him in bronze medal position and he finished sixth in the 50m butterfly in a time of 33.49.

Nicola Jones competed in the 40/44 years 100m freestyle and claimed a top twenty finish in a time of 1.10.85.

All swimmers train with Bradford Council’s Leisure Services Aquatic Competition Programme under the guidance of Senior Coach Andy Pearce and Development Coach Sarah Fisher.

Christine McCabe

City of Bradford Swimming Club

YSA Winter Championships Upper Age Group

CITY OF BRADFORD SWIMMING CLUB

YORKSHIRE SWIMMING ASSOCIATION.

WINTER CHAMPIONSHIPS, UPPER AGE GROUP.

PONDS FORGE SHEFFIELD .

OCTOBER 19/20TH October 2019

City opened their new seasons account in the upper age group category at the Yorkshire Swimming Association’s Winter Competitions with a host of final placings.

Thirteen year old Rebecca Dunn led the charge with an impressive swim in the 100m breaststroke to take gold in a time of 1.15.33.

She narrowly missed out on the medals in the 50m breaststroke finishing in fourth place and also in the 200m individual medley where she placed fifth. She also had final placings in the 50m and 100m butterfly.

City’s only other medal came in the fourteen years age group 50m freestyle when Abigail Naylor touched in bronze medal position in a time of 27.89.

She also swam well paced races to claim final placings in the 50m and 100m backstroke and 100m freestyle.

Other finalists were Fraser Buxton (4), Cameron Mander (2), and Katie Wiles, Josh Jones, Sam Akers and Callum Mawson with one final placing.

All of the swimmers train with Leisure Services Aquatic Development Programme under the guidance of Head Coach Andy Pearce and Development Coach Sarah Fisher.

Christine McCabe

City of Bradford Swimming Club

YSA Winter Championships 12 yrs and under

CITY OF BRADFORD SWIMMING CLUB

YORKSHIRE SWIMMING ASSOCIATION

WINTER COMPETITION 2019, 12 YRS and UNDER

JOHN CHARLES CENTRE FOR SPORT

28/29th SEPT 2019

City opened their new seasons account at the Yorkshire Swimming Association’s Winter Competition with emerging talent ten year old Freddy Dean once again in sizzling form.

He produced some outstanding performances to claim gold and county titles in the 50m freestyle, 50m backstroke and 50m and 100m butterfly events. His times were 31.11, 36.59, 35.15 and 1.21.00 respectively.

He then went on to take silver in the 100m individual medley and 100m backstroke and bronze in the 50m breaststroke and 100m freestyle.

Rounding off an excellent weekends swimming he finished in a very creditable fifth place in the 100m breaststroke.

Also swimming as a ten year old Jasmine Shay narrowly missed out on the medals when placing fourth in the 50m butterfly in a time of 34.40 and in the 50m freestyle in a time of 32.23.

City also claimed eight other top ten finishes.

All of the swimmers train with Leisure Services Aquatic Development Programme under the guidance of Head Coach Andy Pearce and Development Coach Sarah Fisher.

Christine McCabe

City of Bradford Swimming Club

Swim England National Summer Meet

SWIM ENGLAND, NATIONAL SUMMER MEET, PONDS FORGE SHEFFIELD

31st July – 4th AUGUST 2019

Fourteen year old Rebecca Dunn of Guiseley was City’s only representative at this high level National Meet.

She produced an outstanding performance to qualify in third place for the girls fourteen years 200m breaststroke final and narrowly missed a medal in a personal best time of 2.44.19 to finish in fourth place.

With confidence high she demonstrated her speed and finished a very creditable thirteenth in the shorter 50m breaststroke in a time of 35.99.

Rebecca trains with Bradford Council’s Leisure Services Aquatic Competition Programme under the guidance of Senior Coach Andy Pearce and Development Coach Sarah Fisher.

Christine McCabe

City of Bradford Swimming Club.

 

Name

Age Group

Event

Time

Place

Rebecca Dunn

 

Rebecca Dunn

14

 

14

200 Breast



50 Breast

2.46.16 Heat
2.44.19 Final PB

35.99

3rd into final
4th


13th

Becca Dunn Nats 2019

Congratulations to Becca on her performances at the English Nationals in Sheffield. A fourth place finish and new PB on the 200 Breast and narrowly missing out on a bronze medal by less than a second.

Well done Becca! Great swimming!

Andy Pearce

Senior Coach

City of Sunderland Summer Splash Meet

CITY OF BRADFORD SWIMMING CLUB

CITY OF SUNDERLAND SUMMER SPLASH MEET

SUNDERLAND AQUATIC CENTRE

July 6/7th 2019

As their season draws to a close a small team of City’s swimmers travelled to Sunderland to compete in the City of Sunderland Summer Splash Meet held at Sunderland Aquatic Centre.

Ellen Winters took the plaudits when she claimed gold in the girls 16 years and over 50m and 100m backstroke. She also took silver in the 50m freestyle and 50m breaststroke and bronze in the 200m backstroke.

Thirteen year old Rebecca Dunn showed consistent form to take gold in the 200m individual medley and 50m freestyle and silver in the 50m butterfly.

Fifteen year old Fraser Buxton looked impressive in taking gold in both the 50m and 100m breaststroke and silver in the 50m freestyle

Sam Akers was the City’s other gold medallist with a win in the boys 15 years and over 100m freestyle in time of 58.66.

Megan Richmond swam a well paced race to take silver in the girl’s fourteen years 200m breaststroke and Josh Jones claimed two bronze places in the boy’s fifteen years and over 200m individual medley and 50m backstroke events.

Other medallist were Callum Mawson, silver in the boys thirteen years 100m backstroke and Evelyn Gledhill who placed third in the girls ten years100m backstroke.

In total City gained seven gold, six silver and four bronze medals along with a host of personal best times and new North East Region qualifying times.

All the swimmers train with Leisure Services Aquatic Competition Programme under the guidance of coaches Andy Pearce and Sarah Fisher.

Christine McCabe

City of Bradford Swimming Club

Name

Age Group

Event

Time

Place

REBECCA DUNN

SAM AKERS

ELLEN WINTERS

FRASER BUXTON

REBECCA DUNN

ELLEN WINTERS

FRASER BUXTON

MEGAN RICHMOND

REBECCA DUNN

ELLEN WINTERS

FRASER BUXTON

CALLUM MAWSON

ELLEN WINTERS

JOSH JONES

ELLEN WINTERS

JOSH JONES

EVELYN GLEDHILL

13 YEARS

15 YEARS

16/OVER

15 YEARS

13 YEARS

16/OVER

15 YEARS

14 YEARS

13 YEARS

16/OVER

15 YEARS

13 YEARS

16/OVER

15 YEARS

16/OVER

15 YEARS

10 YEARS

200 IM

100 FREE

100 BACK

100 BREAST

50 FREE

100 BACK

50 BREAST

200 BREAST

50 FLY

50 FREE

50 FREE

100 BACK

100 BACK

200 IM

200 BACK

50 BACK

100 BACK

2.36.71

58.66

33.41

1.18.87

29.99

1.13.51

33.82

3.07.04

32.36

29.17

27.39

1.12.58

39.63

2.29.00

2.32.68

32.63

1.30.65

1st

1st

1st

1st

1st

1st

1st

2nd

2nd

2nd

2nd

2nd

2nd

3rd

3rd

3rd

3rd

7 gold, 6 silver, 4 bronze.

Well done to our swimmers and medallist’s in Sunderland last weekend. A big percentage of the swims were PBs with a few new NER QTs thrown in too. A good effort by all. Nice job guys!

Andy Pearce

Senior Coach