- Mike Murphy
- Ciera Coveney
- Robert Sarkany
- Deirdre Carey
- Leonie Galland
- Emma Coleman
- Mari Wall
- Ann Curtin
- Lauren Farr
- Siún Mulqueen
- Emma McGrath
- Stacie Blyth
- Grace Lynch
- Lorraine O Donovan
- James Ryan
- Aoife O Shea
- Antonina Sech
- Andrew O Leary
- Ben Cudmore
- Neesha Mian Shahid
- Penny Semple
- Darragh Walsh
Sundays Well Swimming Club are delighted to announce we have limited availability for new swimmers for group 8 & 9, Saturday or Monday. Spaces are very limited and places are offered through assessment.
We are looking for swimmers who can complete 25m and on the cusp of pre competive training. Group 8 & 9 offer the swimmer the opportunity to improve their stroke technique and the chance to improve their overall skills. Group 8 & 9 prepare the swimmer for pre-competive and offer the opportunity to advance to our Piranha group (development squad).
For membership enquiries please contact the SWSC sercreaty be clicking here.
Saturday October 27th, 2018
University of Limerick
CPD Points will be awarded (number of points TBD)
Guest speakers will include John Szarenek, National Centre Limerick Head Coach and Lorna Barry, Strength and Conditioning Coach with NCL and Sarah Fellner, Munster Pathway Coach. Topics include IM Development, Team Building, and Developing a Strength Programme for Young swimmers. Full details for all sessions – click here.
This one day conference is open to all coaches who are Swim Ireland members. Registration details will be sent soon.
Parents in Sport Week is a celebration of the role and involvement of parents in our sport. Running from 1st to 8th October, Swim Ireland this year will host a Parents in Sport Week Roadshow bringing together parents and athletes to celebrate how parents support their child or children in their sport. We will be looking at how we can support the parent-athlete relationship through creative activities and by giving both the parent and the athlete space to work together. Our themes for the evening are:
- What does sport mean to you?
- What do you wish you knew about your sport?
- Celebrate how parents support their athletes
The Munster roadshow takes place on Monday 4th October at Mallow GAA Complex from 7pm-9.30pm.
The minimum age to attend is 12 years old.
We have a great prize to incentivise clubs to send as many athletes and parents as possible:
The club that sends the most attendees* in each region will receive a coaching clinic from a Swim Ireland performance athlete/coach.
*Attendees based on % of club membership
On the night
Everyone will receive a Parent in Sport Roadshow goodie bag
Spot Prizes (raffle)
€100 One4All Voucher
3 Swim Ireland goodie bags
How to book
- Go to https://swimireland.azolve.com
- Click on events and courses
- In the search bar type “Roadshow” and hit search
- Book yourself in to the event – multiple tickets allowed
There will be a Level 2 Coaching course taking place in Mayfield Pool, Cork.
This course is designed for anyone who is interested in a career as a Swim Ireland Level 2 Swimming Coach.
Successful completion of the course will qualify you to become a Swim Ireland Level 2 Swimming Coach which enables you to actively deliver a pre-prepared session.
You must be at least 16 years of age by the start of the course. Hold a valid Safeguarding certificate, have completed Swim Ireland vetting and candidates must hold a Level 1 Assistant Swimming Coach Qualification.
Course Duration: 55 hours
Breakdown of hours:
- 35 Hours Theory
- 20 Hours Practical (15 of which are lessons)
Dates and start times for face to face course days:
- Friday 26 October: 17.00 – 21.30
- Saturday 27 October: 07.00 -16.00
- Sunday 28 October: 07.00 – 16.00
- Friday 2 November: 17.00 – 21.30
- Saturday 3 November: 07.00 – 16.00
- Sunday 4 November: 07.00 – 16.00
- Saturday 17 November: 07.00 – 16.00
- Sunday 18 November: 07.00 – 16.00
Cost: €800 (exclusive of credit/debit card payment surcharge of 2%)