Monday 4.30-6.30pm Gold and SA squad swimmers Uni6.30-8.30pm SA and SB Uni
Tuesday 5.45-7.45am Gold Uni6.30-8pm Gold SA UniPeak as normal BB, BA, SB
Wednesday 4.30-6.30pm Gold Uni5.30-6.30pm Land SA SB Uni
Thursday 5.45-7.45am Gold Uni6.30-8pm Gold / SA Uni6.30-8pm Peak BA / SB
Friday 6-7.30am Gold / SA Peak
Saturday All squads as normal Uni
Friday, 26 June 2009
Wednesday, 24 June 2009
Tuesday, 23 June 2009
Please note West District Group 5 - Sprint meet in Ayr will not be a coached meet, however we will process entries for those who wish to attend a sprint meet.
You will soon receive a Gala Entry Form, make sure you complete and return.
Thursday, 18 June 2009
Improvement in Distance Test – Sally Kirkpatrick
Improvement in Distance Test – Callum Presland
Improvement in Kick Test – Megan Aitkin
Improvement in kick Test – Logan Henderson
Special Achievement Award for Exceptional Effort – Creag Doctor
For exceptional effort, both in the pool and in land training. Creag always tries his hardest to ensure that his technique is as good as it can be. He always pays attention during each session and never gets the sets wrong! Creag is very determined and always gives 100% to whatever we do in training
Special Achievement Award for Exceptional Effort - Emma Rose
This is for her rapid progression and improvement over recent months. Her effort in training has been fantastic and she is now reaping the rewards for all of her hard workSilver Squad
Improvement in Distance Test – Nicola Allen
Improvement in Distance Test – Douglas Ormiston
Improvement in Kick Test – Nicole Govan
Improvement in Kick Test – Scott MacArthur
Special Achievement Award for Exceptional – Nikoline Laidlaw
For putting exceptional effort into improving her kickGold Squad
Improvement in Kick Test – Katie McKenna
Improvement in Kick Test – Steven Binnie
Special Achievement Award for Paralymic World Cup Gold Medals – Jim Anderson & Charlotte Henshaw
Special Awards - Squad membership
Scottish Institute of Sport and Scottish Senior Gold Squad – Martin Cremin
Scottish Senior Bronze Squad – Steven Binnie
Scottish national Youth development Squad –
West District Regional Squad –
Special Awards - National Representation
Selected to represent Scotland at the UK School Games – Kayrine Kelly
Selected to represent Great Britain as part of the GB Youth Open Water team at the French Open Water Cup – Martin Cremin
Honours list announced at the weekend. Jim is set to receive an OBE in
recognition of his services to swimming and Paralympic sport.
An MBE recipient in the 2005 New Year Honours list, Anderson (46) said
"I was shocked when I got the letter from the palace as I wasn't
expecting anything". The five times Paralympian from Broxburn is not
letting up any and is hard in training for the IPC European
Championships to be held later this year in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Jim returned form Beijing with four medals to take his total Paralympic
medal tally to seventeen, including six gold, four of which came from
the Athens Paralympics in 2004.
Morning Afternoon Finals
Warm Up: 07.30 Warm Up: 12.15 Warm Up: 16.45
Start: 09.15 Start 13.30 Start: 17.45
Warm Up: 07.30 Warm Up: 12.15 Warm Up: 15.30
Start: 09.15 Start: 13.30 Start 16.45
1. The swimmer can only wear one swimsuit (FINA GR 5.3); nothing else can be worn underneath.
2. The swimsuit shall not cover the neck and shall not extend past the shoulders nor past the ankles (FINA GR 5.3).
3. The swimsuit must be –
a) A swimsuit model that is approved by FINA and is listed as such on the FINA website (www.FINA.org) at 7.30pm on 24 June 2009.
b) A swimsuit model approved by FINA prior to 2009 and made of full textile material (lycra, nylon, etc) even if not resubmitted for reapproval provided they effectively fulfil the requirements set forth in the Transitory Regulations (Dubai Charter) including notably the shape requirement (no sleeves), requirement that double layers must be stuck together and all other requirements set forth in the Regulations (FINA statement on 5 June 2009).
c) (i) A male swimsuit that covers at most the body surface from hips to upper thigh. Swimwear may not extend above the waist or below the mid-point of the thigh;
(ii) A female swimsuit that is of “open back” and “open shoulder” designs that must not extend below the mid-point of the thigh.
Wednesday, 17 June 2009
Tuesday, 16 June 2009
If you need to check you can also see programme here.
1. Every swimmer, coach and spectator MUST visualise a Virtual Glass Wall between the Spectator Gallery and Poolside. No access will be allowed, by Glasgow Leisure Pool Staff, between the Spectator Gallery and poolside, except for Organisers at Start End of Pool. The primary objective is to separate Dry and Wet areas and minimise the need for additional Stewarding by the District, for which we have no resource.The success of the Meet and future use of Tollcross, by the District, is dependant on the above Procedures being carried out. Please do not waste the Organisers time by trying to “bend” the rules, it will only impact the ongoing
2. ALL swimmers and coaches from Clubs participating in the Meet will be seated in the area immediately in front of the windows, on the opposite side of the pool from the Spectators Gallery.
3. The Marshalling Area will be located at the Start end of the pool on the window side.
4. Swimmers and Coaches MUST enter and exit the poolside area via the Changing Village. Swimmers who want/require to get access to Spectator Gallery MUST wear dry clothing and shoes and access it via the Main Entrance stairs from the Foyer.
success of our Championships programme.
NO access from Gallery to Pool
ALL access to poolside via Changing Village
ALL swimmers and coaches seated on poolside
Only access to Gallery via Main Entrance and Stairs
Thursday, 11 June 2009
Thursday June 25
Session 1: Andrew Hunter, Jak Scott, Stuart Greig, Claire Dawson, Lucy Ellis, Jamie Ross, Steven Binnie, Stephanie Hanley, Kevin Dickson, Kayrine Kelly, Jade Williams, Johnathan Greig
Session 2: Jade Williams, Nicole Govan, Kayrine Kelly, Genna Doctor, Kevin Dickson, James Anderson, Rosie Ogg, Katie McKenna, Stephanie Hanley, Nikoline Laidlaw, Claire Wilson, Louise Williams, Jennifer Rogerson,
Session 3: Martin Cremin, + the Girls Relay team A&B 4x200 freestyle
Friday June 26
Session 4: Johnathan Greig, Martin Cremin, Fiona Gray, Stuart Greig, Stephanie Hanley, Nicole Govan, Jamie Evans, Claire Dawson, Lucy Ellis, Rosie Ogg, Jamie Ross, Steven Binnie, Kayrine Kelly,
Session 5: Kayrine Kelly, Nicole Govan, Genna Doctor, Andrew Loudon, Moven Bruce, Jennifer Rogerson, Jade Williams, Claire Wilson, Genna Doctor, Katie McKenna,
Saturday June 27
Session 7: Jamie Evans, Steven Binnie, Jamie Ross, Stephanie Hanley, Kayrine Kelly, Jade Williams, Jak Scott, Fiona Gray, Martin Cremin,
Session 8: Rosie Ogg, Kayrine Kelly, Katie McKenna, Nikoline Laidlaw, Jade Williams, Allan Gray, Nicole Govan, Claire Wilson, Genna Doctor, Louise Williams, Kevin Dickson, Andrew Loudon, James Anderson, Jennifer Rogerson, Morven Bruce, Catriona Rogerson,
Session 9: Girsl Relay team A&B 4x100 freestyle
Sunday June 28
Session 10: Stuart Greig, Jamie Evans, Claire Dawson, Lucy Ellis, Andrew Hunter, Johnathan Greig, Jak Scott, Fiona Gray, Nicole Govan, Steven Binnie, Jamie Ross, Martin Cremin, Kayrine Kelly, Nikoline Laidlaw,
Session 11: Kevin Dickson, Rosie Ogg, Katie McKenna, Stephanie Hanley, Kayrine Kelly, Nicole Govan, Martin Cremin, Kevin Dickson, Andrew Loudon, Morven Bruce, Jennifer Rogerson, Ross Kirkwood, James Anderson, Jade Williams, Genna Doctor,
Session 12: Girls Relay team A&B 4x100 medley
For details of programme and to double check your swims please refer to the Scottish Website where you will find the programmes