Best of luck to SWSC swimmer Sean O’Riordan and his fellow teammates representing Team Ireland in 2019 Wolrd Para Championships in London this week.
Learn to Swim Program:
Term 1 will run from Saturday, 7th of September, 2019– Saturday, 25th of January, 2020
Term 2 will run from Monday, 27th of January, 2020 – Monday, 15th of June, 2020
Wednesday 4th of September.
Tuesday 3rd of September
Monday 2nd of September
There will be a number of coaching/teaching courses held at the Mayfield Sports Complex, Old Youghal road, Cork City.
1. Level 1. Asst Swim Teacher
Dates. Friday 20th September 6pm & 21/22/28/29 September 9am – 5pm.
2. Level 2 Teacher of Swimming
Dates; Friday’s 4/11th October & 1st November 6pm – 9pm.
Saturdays & Sunday 5/6/12/13 October & 2/3rd November. 9am – 5pm.
3. Level 1 Blended Learning Coaching
Dates: Friday 18th October 6pm &
Saturday/ Sunday 19/20th October 9- 5 pm ( 1 weekend only)
4. Level 1 Blended Learning Assistant Swim Teacher
Dates; Friday 8th November 6pm- 9pm &
Saturday/Sunday 9am – 5pm. ( 1 weekend only)
There were 3 category winners at the Courtmacsherry Lifeboat swim 2019 from SWSC. From the Marlin squad we had Neassa Wall winning the Female 3k Wetsuit category. From the masters squad Phillip King won the Male 3K skins category and retained the Courtmacsherry Lifeboat trophy. Own Dwyer from the masters squad also won the Male 1.5K wetsuit category.
Well done to all involved!
Jane Jolly, who swam with Sundays Well in the late 1960s and early 1970s participating in, for example, a National Club record setting 400 MR, has just come second in the 65-69 Age Group 3K Open Water event in the World Masters Championships in South Korea. Jane has continued to compete through the years with Cork Masters, as have many “old” SWSC swimmers and now specializes in Open Water events, winning her Age Group in the Trans Bosphorus race in Istanbul in 2015.
Sean O’Riordan, SWSC member, UCC Sports Scholar and Para Olympic “possible”, competes in the 400m Freestyle on September 9 and the 100m backstroke on Sept 10 at the World Para Championships in London. After the recent Summer Nationals he trained for a week with the Irish team in Dublin and has been training in the Mardyke Arena for the last week, where a special lane was provided. He is being videoed for technique on Saturday 10 August then will be at an Irish camp in Italy until the end of the month, when he will train for a few days with Richard Cassidy’s Senior squad before travelling to London on September 5. Good Luck in London Sean!