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Congratulations to Charlotte Rigg in making the cut for this championship.

The swimming competition will be held at the Mäkelänrinne Swimming Centre in Finland.. The Swimming Centre has arranged the European Championships in 2000, the Short Course European Championships in 2006 and the European Junior Championships in 2010.

Click here to view the schedule : http://ejc2018.microplustiming.com/indexejc2018_web.php

She reached the 200m Breaststroke semi final. This was her 1st GB event, she showed awesome courage and was not phased by her competitors.

Well done

The 2018 British Summer Championships will take place across six days at Ponds Forge in Sheffield from 24–29th July. The Championships will continue to form part of a broader Performance Pathway Strategy aimed at increasing and supporting junior talent on the journey towards senior medal-winning performance, as well as offering more athletes across the home nations an opportunity to compete at one of the end of season events.
The 24 top ranked swimmers in each event in each age grouping will be invited to attend the British Summer Championships, with the exception of the 800m and 1500m events where the top 18 will be invited.

There are 2,944 swimmers attending these championships (1,152 Males and 1,075 Females)

City of Birmingham are sending 23 swimmers – 8 Males and 15 Females

Below is a list of swimmers who will be attending :

  1. Zoe Bozzard-Hill
  2. Millie Checkley
  3. William Cooper
  4. Ruby Couzens
  5. Jamie Dark
  6. Erin Davies
  7. James Goodwin
  8. Keira Hancock
  9. Matthew Hargreaves
  10. Alexander Hindle
  11. Caitlin Hubbard
  12. Elizabeth Kingham
  13. Lauren Knight
  14. Lily Massey
  15. Aidan Mitchell
  16. Erin Molloy
  17. Samuel Osborne
  18. Charlotte Rigg
  19. Ellie Sibbald-Perkins
  20. Alisha Stephenson
  21. Nadya Sterling
  22. Imogen Viney
  23. Acer Woolley

#SummerChamps18

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Both Juniors and Seniors Squads attended the 10th Cardiff International open meet held by the City of Cardiff Swimming Club. There was 3 full days of heats and finals at the 50m Cardiff International Pool were swimmers raced.

We were awarded the Top Club. Well done to all our swimmers for their efforts

Over the 5 days of the West Midlands Championships the City of Birmingham swimmers had some really strong performances and dominate victories

Top Male Categories

Age Swimmer Place
12 Years and Under Aaron Ruby 2nd
13 Year Harvey Higgins 2nd
14 Year Oliver Carless 3rd
16 Year Alexander Hindle 1st
16 Year Jacob Davies 2nd
17 Year and Over Samuel Osborne 1st

Top Female Categories

Age Swimmer Place
12 Years and Under Maia Noonan 3rd
13 Year Keira Hancock 1st
14 Year Ellie Sibbald-Perkins 1st
14 Year Nadya Sterling 3rd
15 Year Erin Davies 1st
16 Year Elizabeth Kingham 1st
17 Year and Over Caitlin Hubbard 1st

Each World Schools Championship brings together young students from all over the globe, providing them with an enriching lifetime experience in both sport competitions and multicultural exchanges.

The Gymnasiade School Summer Games 2018 takes place in Morocco.

  • 18 sports.
  • 10 World Schools Championships per year.
  • 10,000 participants per year.
  • 3-7 days of competitions.

Congratulations to Sam Osbourne and Caitlin Hubbard on being selected to swim for English Schools Swimming Association at the 2018 event in Marrakesh from 2nd to 9th May 2018. The competition for swimming will take place in Casablanca.

CLICK HERE for the Gymnasiade School Summer Games 2018

Caitlin HUBBARD

  • 50m Butterfly and achieved 11th place (0:29.01)
  • 100m Butterfly and achieved 3rd place (1:02.74)
  • 200m Butterfly and achieved 2nd place (2:16.82)
  • 200m Backstroke and achieved 2nd place (2:16.19)
  • 4 × 100m Medley and the team achieved 4th place (4:19.61)

Sam Osborne

  • 400m Freestyle and achieved 2nd place (3:59.19)
  • 4 × 100m Freestyle and the team achieved 3rd place (3:33.75)