Club News

A Muddy Run!! »

A group of mums from Gt. Yarmouth Swimming Club will be taking part in the very muddy 5k obstacle course raising money for Cancer Research UK.  Please join the fight by digging deep and sponsoring us - it's quick, easy and totally secure.

Events like this are vital in funding Cancer Research UK's life-saving work into preventing, diagnosing and treating cancer. By sponsoring Amy, Kim, Rachel, Claire, Lisa, Lisa or Kirsty, we can unite and create an army that cancer can't ignore. By sponsoring us, we will beat cancer sooner.

Don't forget to add Gift Aid

If you're a UK taxpayer, please remember to tick the Gift Aid box as this will increase your donation by at least 25% at no extra cost to you.

Feel free to come along on the day and support us, I think some of us will need it.

To make a donation please visit our just giving page by clicking here

Thanks

Kim

Nathan Henderson takes Norfolk Masters by Storm! »

Nathan Henderson has recently returned to Great Yarmouth from Utah, America for a short break from his university studies and swimming Scholarship from Brigham Young University.  While he was home he entered two competitions representing Great Yarmouth Swimming Club.

On 2nd May he swam at the Manchester Long course Open meet winning a silver medal in the 50 Metre Breaststroke in a time of 30.40 which has been claimed as a long course Norfolk Record for this event.

The Norfolk Open Masters Meet held on the 16th May 2015 at the UEA in Norwich witnessed Nathan break the Norfolk open short course record for 50M Breaststroke in a time of 30.06 winning a gold medal in the 18-24 age group along with 2 other golds and a silver medal in the same category.

News from GYSC »

The GYSC website has just been given a few extra features to help with communication between the club and parents!

You can now receive all news that gets published to our website straight to your inbox the moment it gets published! Click here to sign up to receive all the latest news via email

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New Squad Structure »

The new squad structure will be in effect as of Monday 4th May. Please make sure you attend the correct time for your squad.

Timetable can be viewed here

Norfolk Junior League – 2015 »

Suffolk Summer League Round 1 2015The Great Yarmouth team travelled to Thetford on Saturday to compete in the final round of the Norfolk County Junior League. With some very competitive swims the team managed the runner up spot for the Christine Clark Cup and finished the league overall in 7th place. Well done to all the swimmers that took part in this competition.

Result

New Head Coach – Liam Harvey »

Liam Harvey - GYSC Head Coach

The Club is very excited to welcome Liam to GYSC as our new Head Coach.

We have been without a Head for quite some time and are now able to look forward to progressing the club with Liam's experience, enthusiasm & expertise.

It is a shared goal of both the Club and Liam to ensure we achieve results and improve our swimming club. He will continue to be supported by our current team of volunteer teachers and coaches, who have done so much to ensure that we were able to maintain a full training programme this last year.

I am sure all parents & swimmers will offer Liam their full support and contribute to the success of GYSC.

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Lead Coach – Development Squad »

Great Yarmouth Swimming Club

The Club has appointed Leeanne Abbotts-Freeman as it's Development Squad Lead Coach.

Leeanne, a former squad swimmer at the club, has been involved with the Club's 'Learn to Swim' programme and will now take responsibility to supervise the progression of swimmers in our Development Squad.

She will be based at the High School Pool for our Tuesday and Wednesday Development Squad sessions and will be working closely with Roger Caton at the Phoenix Pool to ensure the continued success of all our Development Squad swimmers.