Team Luton will be hosting the following – open meets during 2015/16. Entry packs and further information will be posted on the website in due course.
Sunday 13 December – WINTER DEVELOPMENT MEET (3ER150707)
Another chance for achieving County and Regional qualifying, but with no lower entry standard.
All of our 2-day meets offer all strokes and distances, including 400m Freestyle & IM and 800/1500m Freestyle
Spring Long Course Meet (L1) – Saturday 16/Sunday 17 April 2016
May National Qualifier (L1) – Saturday 14/Sunday 15 May 2016
Fast & Furious 3 Sprint Meet (L3) – Saturday 16 July 2016
Level 2 Short Course – 24/25 September 2016
Autumn Short Course (L3) – 15/16 October 2016
Development Meet (L3) – 11 December 2016
Saturday 18 July 2015 (3ER150706)
This year our end of season sprint meet includes 50s and 100s with A/B finals, plus 200IM with medley skins and cash prizes.
THIS MEET IS NOW FULL – we cannot accept any further entries
All entries received before 29 May have been accepted and can be seen HERE. Also available is a final Schedule of events with session times.
TOTAL RAISED SO FAR £5,400
A group of swimmers from Team Luton swimming club undertook a 24-hour continuous swim for charity in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust at Inspire, Luton Sports Village from 7.30pm on Thursday 11 December until 7.30pm the next day. Swimmers of all ages from the club swam in one-hour time slots throughout the 24 hours and were joined by Commonwealth silver-medallist and Team GB swimmer, Joe Roebuck. Also taking part in the event were swimmers from Hatfield, Hitchin and Putteridge swimming clubs, and the Transition Tri triathlon club.
Joe Roebuck took time out from the swimming to deliver an inspirational talk to Team Luton swimmers during their strength and conditioning session, and to sign items and have photographs taken with the swimmers. The final five minutes was swum by event organiser Abby Gee, Joe Roebuck and Will Rodger, applauded on poolside by nearly 200 swimmers, coaches and parents from Team Luton.
The swimmers were raising money for Teenage Cancer Trust because Will, who swam for Team Luton, was treated successfully in one of their specialist units last year. By raising money for Teenage Cancer Trust hopefully more young people will receive the same care and attention as Will.
We have already raised over £5,400 (including gift aid) but please continue to donate,
By Text: LUTT55 with an amount from £1 to £10 to 70070