Team Luton Swimming Club is a well-established, friendly and highly successful competitive swimming club based at Inspire: Luton Sports Village.
We encourage everyone starting from their very first local swim meet through to our Performance swimmers competing at Regional and National level. With four English National champions in 2018 ranging from ages 18 to 62 years, the Club prides itself on providing a supportive club environment that enables all swimmers, regardless of age, to reach their full competitive potential. As of December 2018, 18 of our current members held over 100 Beds County long course and short course records on distances ranging from 50m to 1,500m.
If you are interested in joining, contact either the Club’s Secretary or Masters Secretary. Read here for more about us or click on any of the drop down menus for much more information.
We are delighted that we are now accepting entries for our Open Short Course meet to be held at Inspire on 26/27 October 2019. This meet will have a full programme with all events – including 800m and 1500m freestyle for both boys and girls.
This meet is first-come-first-served with a final closing date of noon Saturday 28 September 2019.
We look forward to welcome you! Full details, including entry forms and the SportSystems entry file, can be found here
Our swimmers demonstrated their prowess and versatility at the 2019 GB Masters, winning five medals – three of them in their respective age group’s 400m IM.
Malcolm Barton hung on to snatch the Silver whilst both Karen MacKenzie and John O’Rourke won Bronze medals. Malcolm and John were double medalists. After 14 years of Masters’ competitions, it was the first time that John had ever won medals on the National stage. Karen meanwhile set two new Beds County Masters records. Read here for a full report.
We are really excited to announce that we are now accepting entries to our Level 3 Open Meet at Inspire: Luton Sports Village. This will be held over 6 sessions on 28/29 September 2019 and include a full schedule of events (inc 800m and 1500m). It will have no minimum qualifying times and therefore will be an ideal season starter for more junior swimmers plus senior swimmers looking to get back to racing after the summer break.
An entry pack, Sportsystems files plus full details can be found here
24 March 2019. Entries for this meet are now CLOSED. Accepted / rejected entries have been posted together with reserve lists for long distance events.
We are pleased that we have now been able to process all of the entries . Unfortunately we were over-subscribed and so have had to reject a number of swimmers to ensure that we stay within the maximum daily time allowance for a gala. We know that this will disappoint those swimmers we have rejected and hope that they can quickly find another gala to help them achieve their goals for this part of the season.
Below we have attached the initial accepted and rejected entries for the meet, together with a processing statement which outlines the methodology we used. Please check these carefully – a reminder that our email address for any queries is firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also include the Schedule of events which now sets out the start times for the afternoon and evening sessions.
During the week we will add the reserve lists for the 800m and 1500m events.
Sharon Thompson, Karen Mackenzie and Alex Mason demonstrated last weekend that whether you are a Masters or a Seniors swimmer one is never too old to improve. Read here for a report on the achievements at the Bracknell and Essex County Masters meets.
Fantastic performances by all of our swimmers contributed to a highly successful 2019 Beds County Championships held over three weekends.
Finishing second in the points tables to Bedford Modernian, we also achieved the second highest medal tally with 87 of our 188 medals being gold. We also brought home 30 of the 68 individual championship trophies.
Head Coach Rikki Morris was particularly pleased with the progress made by the younger swimmers, including those competing in their first county championships. Read here for the full report.