News and Announcements

The National County Team Champs take place on one day in the middle of the English short course season, with the 2018 Championships in Sheffield on Sunday 7 October 18. There competition has 31 events taking place in two pools (one for each of the divisions) with 100m races for the four strokes for each sex and each age group. There are also 4×50m Medley Relays for each sex and age group and one final mixed 6×50m Freestyle Relay to close the Championships.

Division One Live Stream CLICK HERE
Division One Results CLICK HERE

Division Two Live Stream CLICK HERE
Division Two Results CLICK HERE

We have 13 swimmers taking part this year who are swimming for 3 counties. Good Luck and swim fast


  • Jacob Davies
  • Alice Toon


  • Gracie Comyn
  • Keira Hancock
  • Harvey Higgins
  • Catlin Hubbard
  • Shyan Marrie
  • Lily Massey
  • Megan Nicklin
  • Charlotte Rigg
  • Nadya Sterling


  • Jordan Beale
  • MIllie Checkley
  • Maia Noonon
  • Alisha Stephenson


Position Team Points
1 Cheshireshire 461
2 Nottingshire 444
3 Derbyshire 431
8 Worcestershire 397
11 Warwickshire 376
12 Staffordshire 371


Congratulations to Erin Davies for being selected for the Welsh National Elite development squad. Total of 114 Swimmers and Para Swimmers have been selected to the National Squad programme for 2018/19.

Erin Davies took part on her first Swim Wales National Squad camp in Swansea this weekend. The Swim Wales National Squad Pathway is designed to provide appropriate levels of support to swimmers as they progress through the sport. The underlying principle is that it should support systematic success and contribute to Swim Wales’s performance objective; putting swimmers on the British Swimming pathway and achieving medal success at the major Games.

The Swim Wales National Squad Pathway is a four tiered squad system which is designed to provide progressive and appropriate training, education in relation to the development of World Class stroke technique and race skills, swimming specific physical and physiological development, winning psychological behaviours and performance lifestyle factors. Erin is part of the Elite Development Squad and will benefit from further opportunities throughout the season.

For more information CLICK HERE

A national flagship programme aimed at developing the next generation of elite swimming coaches has selected its latest recruits. Swim England’s Coach 2024 Programme aims to support and mentor coaches who are working at the upper level of the England Talent Pathway.

For more information CLICK HERE

The successful Coach 2024 applicants:

  1. Carl Grosvenor (City of Birmingham)
  2. Lee Spindlow (Guildford)
  3. Emma Collings-Barnes (Mount Kelly)
  4. Adam Ruckwood (City of Coventry SC)
  5. Chris Alderton (Team Bath AS)
  6. Jamie Evans (City of Leicester)
  7. Robin Armayan (Plymouth Leander SC)
  8. John Adye (Hillingdon Swimming Club)
  9. Mandy Bell (City of Derby Swimming Club)
  10. Graham Davidson (Taunton Dean SC)
  11. Jamie Main (Derventio Excel Swim Squad)
  12. Mark Tanner (Chesterfield Swimming Club)
  13. Mark Rose (City of Manchester)
  14. Paul Lloyd (Maidenhead Marlins)
  15. Lisa Atkinson (City of Bristol Aquatics)
  16. Gregory Buck (Milton Keynes)
  17. Chris Reekie (Tynemouth ASC)
  18. David Vine (Leatherhead SC)
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The new Swim England West Midlands website is now live!

You can view the new website CLICK HERE

Programme criteria
Swimmers will be selected for this programme based on the highest long course rankings achieved in each Olympic event.

Programme aims

  • Focus on the development of all four strokes and the individual medley.
  • Away from the pool you will progress mobility and stability to enhance starts and turns.
  • Understand how to prevent injury, managing sleep and handling stressful times.
  • Focus on key technical considerations for stroke efficiency, individual medley, transition turns and relay takeovers.

Duration: 3 x one day camps Dates Between September and December 2018

Participants: Up to 40 swimmers per area

Eligible athletes:

  • Up to 250 swimmers (120 males/females) will be selected nationally.
  • Aged 13/14 years old as of 31 December 2018 (2004/2005 born).

The swimmers who have been selected to represent us are:

  • Millie Checkley (Seniors)
  • Keira Hancock
  • Lauren Knight (Seniors)
  • Ellie Sibbald Perkins (Juniors)
  • Nadya Sterling (Seniors)
  • Alice Toon (Juniors)

Congratulations to all selected swimmers, keep up the good work!