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Fortune favours the bold

So the boldest swimmers in the county headed to the Garrison on Saturday evening to take on the longest events in the pool, the 800 & 1500m Frontcrawl.

What fantastic results we had with collecting 4 medals and some incredible personal bests swims.

800 FC

  • Natasha Holroyd 1st 12yrs in a NEW CLUB RECORD
  • Emily Miller 4th 13yrs
  • Margot Hoogers 5th 13yrs

1500 FC

  • Charlie Hazel 2nd 12yrs
  • Freddie Pope 6th 13yrs
  • Toby Redshaw 4th 14 yrs
  • Moritz Hoogers 3rd 15yrs
  • Rueben Walsh 4th 15yrs
  • Albert Karavis 1st open

Posted: 05 Feb, 2016 by Jon Brayne

BSBASA County Championships 2016

Last weekend saw the start of this years County Championships.

It was a great weekend of fast swimming with large numbers of swimmers representing the club.

From our youngest swimmers who are only 9 to our older more experienced swimmers it was a weekend of fabulous personal best times and many swimmers achieved gold, silver and bronze medals in their age group categories.

On Saturday we were very proud when some of our swimmers reached the Junior Finals:

  • Poppy Pope 2nd in the 100 Breaststroke and 4th in the 100 IM.
  • Margot Hoogers 2nd in the 50 Fly.
  • Emily Miller 8th in the 100 Breaststroke
  • Tariq Ukkash 2nd in the 100 Breaststroke.
  • In the Senior Finals Nimath Ukkash swam a great race and came 5th in the 50 Fly.
  • The great results continued on Sunday with four swimmers making the Finals.
  • Harriet Davies 4th in the 100 Back Junior Final.
  • Margot Hoogers 4th in the 100 Fly Junior Final.
  • Nimath Ukkash 7th in the 100 Fly Senior Final.
  • Albert Karavis 7th in the 100 Back Senior Final.

Racing continues on Saturday 30th January at Aldershot with the long distance races and open relays.

Good luck to all our swimmers competing.

May the success continue!

Posted: 21 Jan, 2016 by Kathryn Holroyd

County Development Meet Report

Take Your Marks........... GO

Confidence was high after last weekends racing, and the success just keeps on going. PB after PB, county time after county time, there was just no stopping them.

The County Development Meet is entirely aimed at the junior side of swimming and the Windsor Juniors have set a very high standard for the senior swimmers to follow.

The incredible team spirit saw two of the youngest team members greated with a high five guard of honour for achieving there FIRST EVER county times, uno animo (with one spirit).

#fastswimming #proudcoachesCounty Development Meet Report

Posted: 13 Oct, 2015 by Jon Brayne

Southampton Meet Report

BOOM & so the racing begins.......

Last weekend saw the beginning of the seasons open meets at Southampton, and what a weekend it was.

After just 5 weeks training, a large team headed out for some early season racing leaving the coaching team amazed by the results.

Race after race, personal best times were smashed. 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, 30s, 1m and more were taken and the level of support and encouragement shown by the swimmers to each other only added to the buzz around the team.

This weekend we are racing again in the National Arena League and the County Development Meet. We can take great confidence in to these judging our performance in Southampton.

#fastswimming

Results:

WSC at the 2015 Southampton Meet

Posted: 10 Oct, 2015 by Jon Brayne

Milton Keynes Junior League Winners

On Saturday 12th September, Windsor's best young swimmers headed off to Aylesbury to face off 5 very fast swim clubs in the final round of the Milton Keynes Junior League.

The swimmers started the evening as they intended to continue with Rosie Woolger, Emily Miller, Margot Hoogers and Caoimhe McGee seeing off the competition in our first relay, but the 9 year old teams were not going to be outdone, with both the boys and the girls teams ensuring they hammered their competition and bringing home more precious points for us!

Further stand-out swims in the evening included 9 year olds Katie Ford in the 25Fs, Hayam Ukkash in the 25 Brst and Sasha Rycroft in the 25Fly, each showing real promise for the future. James Murphy, Lucy Hopkins, and Eliot Desforges all also put in strong performances bringing home more points for the Windsor team in their individual events.

As we moved on to the final set of relays for the evening, the Windsor swimmers continued to race fast bringing home a further 4 wins for the team, and showcasing their brilliant takeovers! The final event of the evening was the cannon relay; 8 swimmers – all determined to win the most exciting race of the night.

Sasha Rycroft was the first Windsor swimmer in the water, showing some great underwater work and getting us off to a strong start; Hayam Ukkash took over maintaining our position, followed by Lucy Hopkins and Damir Bajohr also putting in solid swims, before handing over Matilda O'Dea who after a brilliant takeover got us back to the front of the pack. James Murphy was up next, building our lead even further before passing onto Tash Holroyd who kept us at the front, and finally Elliot Desforges widened the gap even further ensuring that it was a triumphant finish!

When the points at the end of the evening were announced, no-one was too sure which team had been victorious.

  • In 6th place . . . Hillingdon B
  • 5th . . . Bicester Blue Fins
  • 4th . . . Borough of Harrow
  • 3rd . . . Maxwell

And the final two positions. It was between us and Wycombe . . . and the winners were . . . Windsor!!! With a phenomenal 39 points!

WSC Milton Keynes Junior League WinnersMilton Keynes Junior League Winners

Well done to all swimmers who raced for us, and a big thanks to all the coaches, officials and parents who have helped us over the last 3 rounds of the league. A particular thanks also goes to Poppy Woolger, who has served us our Team captain for the entire league and was a brilliant help.

Posted: 15 Sep, 2015 by Amy French

English National Championships 2015

Albert Karavis wins silver in a season's best time at the English National Championships

We're proud to extend our congratulations to all of the boys who swam at the English National Championships in Ponds Forge, Sheffield earlier this August. Albert Karavis, aged 17, put in Season's best times for his 1500m, 400IM and 200 freestyle events resulting in a Silver medal in the 1500m in a time very close to his PB which was an excellent and well deserved result. Albert joined Windsor in the Learn to Swim programme and now swims in the National/Regional Squad.

Albert also swam as part of the boys 4x100 freestyle and 4x200 freestyle relay teams with his team mates, Tom Irwin, Crispin Amani and Cameron Moffat. The 4x200 relay made the final and finished in 9th place overall in a personal best time of 08:08.32.

Harvey Karavis, aged 15, Albert's younger brother, raced in the 100 and 200 backstroke events qualifying for finals in both and achieving Personal Best times of 1:03.30 and 2:17. 81 respectively. Harvey finished up just short of the medals in a very credible and well deserved 9th place for the 200 backstroke and 6th in the 100 backstroke.

Well done to everyone!English National Championships

Posted: 31 Aug, 2015 by WSC Committee