From the 22.07.19 there will be a new summer timetable for all groups Training Timetable Summer2019 › Read more
Another successful gala took place for our SS2 & Academy swimmers from the SCL Competitive Training Scheme. Hosted by City of Salford Swimming Club the gala featured 50 Metres Freestyle and Backstroke giving all our young novice swimmers the opportunity to experience the environment of an official swimming event. Many thanks to all the volunteers, › Read more
Consideration times are now available in the members area › Read more
The annual Swim England formally known as ASA membership for 2019 is now due for renewal. It must be received online by Friday 25th January 2019 – 8pm. All members of the City of Salford Swimming Club must be registered for insurance purposes with Swim England. Online renewal is available for existing City of Salford › Read more
Special deal on Photo prints and gifts
As a benefit to COS members we have agreed a 10% discount with Photo Gifts Now Print your photos or create a gift for your friends or loved ones. Theyย even do 4″ x 4″ prints ideal for instagram. You can upload your pictures from your social media pages or your Computer Use code COS10 › Read more
Annual Report by John Stout
This is the Annual report produced by John Stout that looks back over the Club’s successes during the last swimming season. Annual Report 2015-16 › Read more
Your Club needs Your Help
We need urgent help from parents that are prepared to join our team of volunteers. Full details are in this letter –ย COSSC – Your Club needs Your Help › Read more
British National Championships 2016
This week its the 2016 British National championships at Ponds Forge in Sheffield. With the prospect of a great weeks swimming lined up, catch up with the Team Salford events day by day.   › Read more
European Junior Championships Hodmezovasarhely, Hungary
To round up the ‘Salford swimmers on international duty week’ there was National Champion Lewis Clough representing GB in Hungary. Lewis 18, a student at Eccles College was competing at one of the toughest meets in the world where some of the medal winners here could well be in Olympic finals in Rio. The European › Read more
British Catholic Schools Team – France
Our Salford trio of Jade Nuttall, Georgina Chadwick and Nathan Lowe have been in action in Beauvais, France representing the British Catholic Schools team at the World Catholic Schools Games. Competing nations included Malta Netherlands, Germany, France, Palestine, Hungary, Austria,Italy, Spain, Portugal,Brazil and Egypt. Nathan Lowe won gold in the 50 and 100 back and › Read more

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English Schools Inter-Division Championships

Four Salford swimmers (Joseph Stout, Lauren Bradley-Holt, Hannah Camden and Ella Blocksidge) were selected for the NW Schools team competing in the English Schools Divisional Championships in Sheffield.

They all recorded some excellent times whilst still in heavy training. The age groups were Junior, Intermediate and Senior.

Hannah Camden 200 Backstroke 5th, 100 Back 6th, 4x100 IM team Silver.

Lauren Bradley-Holt 50 Backstroke Silver, 200 Backstroke Bronze, 4x100 IM Team 6th.

Joseph Stout 200 Butterfly Gold, 400 Free 5th, 4x100 Freestyle Team Gold.

Ella Blocksidge 400 Freestyle 4th, 200 Freestyle 6th.

Well Done Swimmers ๐Ÿ‘

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All done and our swimmers attending every session have covered between 73,400 and 81,600 metres. There have been some truly impressive performances and resilience has been a key component in achieving these distances. It has been unsurprising but eye opening to see athlete fitness elevate to new levels day by day despite all the fatigue so I am very happy with the balance of volume and intensity achieved.

We had another quiz, this time won by Team Juan (Harriet, Luke Adams, Ella and Gabby). There were no takers for the mountain so JS went up solo ๐Ÿ˜

Big thanks to our TMs (Claire & Rachel) who have almost qualified as pharmacists with their frequent visits to the chemist and medical centre on this camp.

Well done survivors....oops...swimmers ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘Š๐ŸŠโ€โ™€๏ธ๐ŸŠโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿ‘Š


Thanks to Ella for the synopsis of her first camp -

Swim camp summary:

I have really enjoyed my first International swim camp. It was a completely new experience with some difficult challenges but also a lot of fun along the way.

This camp has been a one of my best swimming experiences and one I will never forget. The training was extremely challenging and tough but completing every session and not missing a single metre out on the camp gave me a sense of accomplishment and made me feel even stronger - I hope this will help me in the future.

I am sad to leave as I had lots of fun, met some great people and swimming in an outdoor pool was a brand new experience and was really exciting.

I will build on all of my training & experience from the camp & continue to work hard in every session once I am home in order to progress and try to achieve my goals, both short term and long term.

Ella Blocksidge
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The swimmers had a highly challenging set on Sunday morning but were rewarded with an afternoon off for their sterling efforts. Cue dash to the beach ๐Ÿ–

After some frolicking and playing in the sea it was Dominos and McDonaldโ€™s time (note - this was not sanctioned by JS).

The evening quiz ensued and Round 2 was won by Team OAP (Sean, Emily, Hannah and Frankie). This was the Chocolate Bar Quiz and TMs Rachel and Claire insisted on having a solo go - Rachelโ€™s knowledge of chocolate narrowly edged Claireโ€™s by one point ๐Ÿซ

Back to the pool action this morning and it was the Big No1 over distance challenge. Special mention to the Fly folk here (Joe, Ella, Emily and Adam) that 4x1000 was brutal ๐Ÿ˜ซ

27 Degrees for our afternoon outdoor session......โ˜€๏ธโ˜€๏ธโ˜€๏ธ hope youโ€™re all warm back home ๐Ÿ˜‰

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COSSC are a nationally recognised performance club based in Salford. We nurture young talent from post Learn to Swim to the National and International podium. In conjunction with Salford Community Leisureโ€™s Competitive Training Scheme, we offer every swimmer the chance to maximise their potential in the pool.

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