Shrewsbury ASC is pleased to announce their forthcoming Level 3 Open Meet to be held at Central Baths, Wolverhampton on 6th and 7th October 2018
The meet pack is available here: Meet Pack Shrewsbury Open Meet October 2018
A club entry form for Shrewsbury swimmers is available here: ENTRY FORM FOR SASC SWIMMERS ONLY Oct 2018
The electronic entry file will be available early August.
Entries will open on 25th August and close on 15th September, or sooner if the gala is full.
Salford Summer Spectacular- entry forms to Sam with monies or details of bank payment by Wednesday:
COS Summer Spectacular 2018 – Away Entry Pack
Please find below all the details for the event to be held at Wolverhampton Central Baths on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th June.
County summer meet schedule
County summer meet cut off times
SASC Entry Form
Weekend programme – please note programmes will not be available at the weekend and can be downloaded here; Summer Meet Programme 2018
Accepted entries can be found here.
Many thanks to everyone that attended the SASC 1st Spring Sprint Meet. We hope you all had a great time and enjoyed the day. Special thanks to all the officials and volunteers that made the day possible.
Here are the results of the meet:
SASC Spring Open Meet 2018 Results
SASC Spring Open Meet 2018 Top Swimmers
SASC Spring Open Meet 2018 Top Club
Sam grew up in Shropshire and attended Ellesmere College where he joined Titans when the club started in 2009, having previously been a member of Whitchurch Wasps Swimming Club since the age of eight.
After his GCSEs Sam moved out to the BEST Centre in Mallorca where he was able to train in the outdoor 50m pool every day alongside studying for his A Levels.
Upon completion of his A Levels Sam was offered coaching work at the BEST Centre which was mainly with the Family Swim Holidays and the Masters Clinics.
It was during this time that Sam became fluent in Spanish and took an active role in the organisation of the annual Mallorca Olympic Triathlon followed soon afterwards by becoming one of the main organisers of the famous BEST FEST Open Water Swim Festival, a role he continues in to this day.
During his time at the BEST Centre Sam worked alongside coaches from all over the world including Olympic coaches on training camps with their national teams, including, amongst many others, GB’s David McNulty, Head Coach at Bath University who coached Olympic medallists, Michael Jamieson and Jo Jackson.
Upon moving back to the UK in November 2016, Sam set up his own very successful business, Wavelength, which predominantly focuses on stroke correction using underwater video analysis. He also provides frequent 50m pool training at Liverpool which is open to all for a small charge.
Sam was one of the Skills Coaches for the 2017 Shropshire County Development Pathway for 11 year olds and has been selected for the 2018 England Talent Coach Advisor/Mentor Support with Alan Bircher as part of the Swim England Development Programme.
Sam is an ASA Level 2 qualified Swimming Teacher, Level 2 Swimming Coach, Level 2 Open Water Swimming Coach and hopes to achieve Level 3 Swimming Coach in the not too distant future.