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Following a recent committee meeting a decision was made on training hours during the school holidays.
Commencing on 1st July
|Gold, Silver and Bronze+ train two hours.
6pm till 8pm
|Sharks and Bronze train first hour only
6pm till 7pm
|Thursday nights||Gold, Silver and Bronze+ train two hours.
6pm till 8pm
|Sharks and Bronze train first hour
6pm till 7pm
9am – 10am
|Minnows, Piranhas and Dolphins only|
The final full club session will be Saturday 28th June and we will then move to the above described reduced hours for five weeks commencing 1st July. I will be leading all of the sessions over this period supported by our coaching team.
The club will take a two-week holiday from swimming all together with the last summer session on Saturday 2nd August. We can all enjoy a well-earned rest until beginning the new season and normal coaching times from Tuesday 19th August onwards.
Any queries can be directed to me or squad coaches.
Lead Coach, Cupar and District Swimming Club
23rd May, 2014
I have just received an email to advise that warm up on Sunday at Dunfermline is at 9.00 am not 8.30 am as previously advised. Please be on poolside at 8.40 to register with the coach.
Also, as there are only 6 lanes at Dunfermline, the gala will run for a bit longer than previous Novice Leagues. We will probably finish around 12.30 pm.
Afternoon session will be later as well at 13:30.
Good Evening All
I have a few requests please? Can I please get a contact number for you that we can use on the day if we need to? Also can I get you to double check you have paid the £5 deposit please?
Arrive 9:15 for 0930 start
Pool 10 – 12
Land, Lunch and Education session from 12 – 2 – please bring lunch and snacks.
Pool 2 – 4
Plenary – depart by 4:00pm
A little idea for Sunday is to maybe use the opportunity to try out some different lunch items, this day is very much about making use of the opportunity i.e. it’s not a competition day so trying out a lunch that might not work isn’t going to be the end of the world. If you would like some ideas we are more than happy to make some suggestions. There are a great many websites with some good information on food and training etc Here is some advice from Scottish swimming as regards fueling for training etc – https://www.scottishswimming.com/media/368680/Fuelling-for-swim-training.pdf – lets try and avoid any sweets please 🙂
If you have a foam roller at home then please can that come along as well. I will l have a spare one, it is not mandatory just if you have one. Wondering what they are, this video will explain all https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBmvWoCdoc4 and I find this one quite good. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B071XD4841/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_TnyKBbMZ5D1YN
Thank you and get in touch if you need anything.
Hello, To everyone who has a swimmer who has moved up a squad – congratulations!
Here are the squad fees:
Wednesday night swimmers, Minnows (1&2), Piranhas and Dolphins – £18 per month.
Sharks + £26
I gather that swimmers can start swimming with their new squad immediately (I don’t have details of all the times of each session, but perhaps someone else could remind us all of that info? The website is not quite up to date). NEW FEES APPLY from 1st SEPTEMBER. Could I ask you all to update your standing orders before then? It will make my life (and yours!) soooo much easier.
I have now sent out confirmation emails and if you have not got one please email me at email@example.com.
More information will follow in the coming days.
So to answer and expand on what the swim day is and where the idea came from I thought I would write it up and share via the website, twitter and facebook. (yes we have a twitter feed, it’s fed from the website as is the cupar swimming facebook person)
The idea behind the swim day is to run a technical day of swimming and swimming education. The idea is not for a fitness session but a technique session and technical session. The will be lead by one of Scotlands top youth Coaches from East Kilbride swimming Club, who is also the Scottish Youth Development Coach.
The idea behind the swim day has come from the program that Scottish swimming are running called the Development Regional Program or DRP. More information on this can be found here https://www.scottishswimming.com/compete/swimming/national-squads/district-regional-programme.aspx
So, it’s not going to be a physically tough day. It will be mentally stimulating and will definitely benefit all the swimmers that come. Even if you can make part of the day, it will still benefit you.
So Sharks upwards, this is for you, to help you get a flying start to the coming season!
email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Following on from last years very successful Pre-Season Swim Day we are running another one on the 9th September 2018. It will be run much the same as last year and is open to senior squad swimmers in the first place and if we have space sharks as well. This year we are asking for a deposit of £5 to secure a place to swim. We are doing this to avoid cancellations and disappointment of other swimmers who would have been able to come.
We would look to firm up in the next 7 days, so if you are free on the 9th September then get this in your diary now!
The junior squads are more than welcome to come along and spectate/learn at the pool sessions if they would like to, so please do if you would like to.
It will take place at the Sports Centre and we would like arrivals at 9:30am please.
Below is the provisional timetable:
Arrive @ 9:30
Parents arrive @ 3:30pm
All away @ 4:30pm
We really do urge all the senior squad to grab this opportunity to get a head start on the session ahead and make the most of this opportunity to be one step in front of the crowd.
We need to gauge interest in this to be able to run it logistically so please let us know what you think.
Please email me at email@example.com if you would like to attend.