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Closed Auction Prizes 2017 – RE-AUCTION

Closed Auction Prizes 2017 – RE-AUCTION

Updated Club Championships and Trophy Points

We have now updated our club championships leaderboard (see here) and also awarded more trophy points (see here). Well done to all of you that picked up points at Middlesex Round 2, Warwickshire and also those that earned themselves a trophy point.

Matched Funding for Swim Stall on Saturday 15th July

We have matched funding from Barclays on Saturday for the Swimming Costume Stall, so for every £1 spend Barclays will match up to £1000.   Great opportunity to support the club as the stock has also been donated by Aqua Swim Supplies.   Our aim is to raise £2,000.


List of Closed Auction Prizes – 2017

Come and Try Synchronised Swimming

Looking for a way into synchronised swimming or just want to improve your swimming? Aquavision are offering come and try sessions that will give you a taster of what our club offers and what you could be doing as a hobby and possibly competitively. CLICK HERE for full details of our taster sessions during July and August. Please email us ([email protected]) if you wish to take part.

Croydon Grading Results

A huge thank you to all the parents that helped at the Croydon event on 4th June. We had some excellent results; several swimmers passed both routine and figure grade 1 so well done to Aisha Patani, Ola Czarnowska and Celia Boughida. Genevieve O’Dell and Agnese Pietrafesa both passed their figure grade 1. Grade 2 successes were Carla Pietrafesa, Polly Moynihan and Irene Salvati. As result of this achievement Carla is now a national swimmer.

Three under 12 swimmers passed their Grade 3 – Milan Kadrok, Aisling Khan and Olivijia Urbonaite. Grade 5 was passed by Orla Khan and Alex Weir. 16 grades passed at Croydon so a huge well done to all those swimmers.

The updated club championship results can be found HERE.

No land on Friday, 9th June

There will be NO land session this Friday at Southgate before club champs.

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Club Champs Final Round – Friday 9th June

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Reading Results and Club Championships

Well done to everyone that swam at Reading Novices under London Squad, we did really well as a club and won several medals. Huge congratulations to Antonina Woznica who came first in her section of 130 swimmers; she achieved a very high score of 56.3981.

  • Our 9-12yrs and 13-18yrs teams both won bronze medals.
  • We cleared the board with gold, silver and bronze in the figures.

One of our youngest swimmers Shameiah Nanton won a silver medal in her 8-10 year age group so a big well done to her. Her hard work paid off. The full results can be found here.

Following the Reading event and also the improvisation competition we have also now updated the Club Championships leader board (you can view the updated one here). Shameiah, Carla, Irene, Florence, Rosie and Alexandra are currently leading in their respective group so well done to them. There is plenty of time to pick up more points and climb the leader board.

100% pass at grading day

Congradulations to the swimmers who passed their grades in Hertford today.

Rosie Rallings achieved a silver standard achieving a score of 6.37 in her grade 4.  Rosie has already qualified as a National Swimmer but a silver standard is what she was aiming for and is a good achievement.

Shameiah Nanton is one of Aquavisions youngest swimmers.  She did very well at her grading today and achieved a silver standard in her grade 1 with a score of 6.38.  Shameiah showed good flexibility to the judges which is an aim for all swimmers.

Emma Yeo passed her grade 2 with a good score of 5.46.  Emma is in the London Development squad which aims to help swimmers to achieve National Standard.  Well done Emma you are nearly there.

Claire Kelly has been training with the 13 to 15 competitive squad and is now a qualified member as she passed her grade 3 today.  Claire achieved a bronze level and will now work on skill 4 figures in preparation for National Age Groups.

Aimee Preston has now qualified as a 15 to 18 yrs National Age Group Swimmer.  Aimee passed her grade 4 with a score of 5.74 which is very close to a silver achievement.  Aimee will now concentrate on grade 5 in preparation for National Age Groups.