Ton up for swimmers Royston hit magic 100-member mark
ROYSTON Swimming Club are celebrating this week after membership topped 100. The club - which runs two training sessions a week - has a waiting list for the first time in its history and is running trials for potential new members. But head coach Tricia D
ROYSTON Swimming Club are celebrating this week after membership topped 100.
The club - which runs two training sessions a week - has a waiting list for the first time in its history and is running trials for potential new members.
But head coach Tricia Dear is still keen to find talented young swimmers - especially boys. "We are delighted with the way the club is growing," she said. "But we still want to hear from anyone interested in racing - especially boys."
Royston has forged links with the McSplash Swimming Club in Melbourn and around six Melbourn swimmers have stepped up to the Royston ranks in recent months.
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McSplash coach Jenny Brackley has also set-up a scheme to improve the standards of adult swimming with the launch of a McSplash Masters class. She wants to hear from any adults who can swim a length and want to improve.
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