Stirling Swimming was established in 1976 and is among Scotland's best swimming clubs having produced many outstanding swimmers over the years. The Club is affiliated to the Scottish Amateur Swimming Association and competes within the West District. The Club welcomes swimmers keen to develop their talents, whether at the start of their swimming career or at a more advanced stage.
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Stirling Swimming is a friendly club, in which swimmers, coaches and volunteer parents work together to achieve individual and team excellence. If you would like to know more about the club, please send an email to the appropriate person listed on the contacts page of this website.
Time to reflect after a busy weekend for Stirling Swimming Club…..
Hello all contestants for the Grand Prix Bake Off.By popular demand, we would like to hold another Bake Sale on Saturday 12th Oct at the University pool. All donations greatfully received, the kids absolutly love to buy cakes etc after this event. If you are happy to take a turn to man the stall, please let me know? Just bring your cakes etc on the morning. Yummy ....Many thanks for your continued supprt. Val
I hope you have all managed to download or collect a Swim400 sponsorship form for 2013/2014 ? We hope to have enough enteries in so we can do the first Money prize draw on Saturday 12th October. All enteries to either your coach, Val or Donna ASAP. Good Luck Everyone
Just in case there is any confusion the starts sessions this Saturday is 8-9am at the University pool for all squads.
A BIG Thank you to all for your very generous gifts for the raffle and book stall held last weekend at the Autumn meet. I am delighted to say we raised £281. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank Bid, Louise, Donna , Kirsty and Jenny for their excellent raffle ticket selling skills. A great start to the Fundraising Year.
Future Fundraising ......
Starts Session – 8-9am, Saturday 28th September 2013 – University Pool
Well done and congratulations to all the swimmers who raced at the Central Gala in Grangemouth yesterday helping Stirling lift the top club trophey. It was a great team effort and I was encouraged by not only the racing but also the support that our swimmers gave each other. We can still do better at this and must make every effort to maintain the Stirling noise at every meet we race at.
The new squads and timetable are up and running and the coaches are getting to know the swimmers and finalising plans for the season ahead.
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Head Coach Notes from October........
We are now just over halfway through the warm weather training camp in Torremolinos and the swimmers are really stepping up to the mark. Their work ethic has been fantastic and it is an excellent experience for them training outside in the warm climate.