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HOSTED MEETS


End of Season L3 Meet

25 & 26 June

Results

Results - Hytek file


L3 Development Meet

17 September

Please note that this meet is now full and no more entries can be accepted

Accepted Entries

Further information


Autumn Open Meet L3

19 & 20 November

Further information


Christmas Cracker

11 December


TRAINING

The CMK summer schedule starts on

Friday 22nd July.  


Please note this is up to 22nd August when Stantonbury will close for two weeks. The refurbishment will include lane ropes and air con - which are needs for the club. The works are not expected to last more than two weeks.

2016 REGIONAL SUCCESS

4 Regional Champions and 39 CMK swimmers qualified

News

Great results at Luton

A large number of CMK swimmers attended the Luton Fast And Furious end of season meet on 16th July. There were a number of outstanding swims and all those who attended achieved personal best times. The top 16 of each event then competed in A and B finals with top places going to the following:

1st places - Yasmin Dos Santos 50 and 100 Butterfly, Marcus Johnson 100 Freestyle and 100 Backstroke, Edith Patey 100 Breaststroke, Kaelah Lawson 50 Freestyle and Jamie Hanns 50 Freestyle. 2nd places - Aiyana Lawson 100 Butterfly, Austin Getter 50 Breastroke, Dom Frost 100 Freestyle, Marcus Johnson 50 Backstroke and 50 Freestyle, Ellie Ward 100 Breaststroke and Grace Spong 50 Freestyle. 3rd places - Jamie Hanns 100 Freestyle, Miles McAuliffe 50 Backstroke, Rhiannon Jefferies 50 Backstroke, Aiyana Lawson 50 Butterfly, Ellie Ward 100 Backstroke and Tyler Reeve 100 Backstroke.

Well done to the all swimmers who participated at their last end of season meet.

Milton Keynes swimmers at Olympic Trials

Three swimmers represented City of Milton Keynes Swim Club at the 2016 British Championships in Glasgow. The meet was attended by the top GB swimmers hoping to qualify for a number of major meets in the summer, in particular the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Max Murphy swam well with a new personal best coming sixth in the Junior 400m Freestyle final. Oliver Lines also swam a personal best and club record 100m Butterfly with a very strong finish. Unfortunately, Tom Flaherty was affected by illness and injury in his preparation.   Two CMK members who now train in Loughborough had excellent results. Joss Ulyett came sixth in the 200m Breaststroke final and Charlotte Evans won the Target Tokyo [2020] final gaining selection to the GB squad for European Championships. CMK are very proud of all these results in our best performance at “trials”.

Milton Keynes swimmers at South East England Champs

CMK Swim Club took 25 swimmers to the ASA South East Regional Champs in Portsmouth on Bank Holiday Monday weekend. The meet was for swimmers aged 15 and over. With a new separate finals programme the meet was faster and more exciting than in previous years.

CMK finished seventh in the medal table which is not quite as high as recent years but amassed a large total of medals. There were wins for Max Murphy (200,400 Free), Isobel Jones (100 Back, 800 Free) and Lucy Farmer (50 Fly) with medals for Tom Flaherty, Oli Lines, Marcus Johnson, Helen Odams, Aiyana Lawson, the Men’s 4x100m Free team and the Boy’s 4x200m Free team.

The focus for many was on gaining Summer National qualification. At present CMK may well improve on last years numbers at British Summer Champs, however there are further qualifying competitions in May to go.

Brilliant performances by CMK at ONB County Championships

Swimmers at CMKSC put in fantastic performances at the Oxon & North Bucks County Swimming, held recently across two weekends in Aylesbury. This year saw further development to the programme as everyone adjusts to the new swimming annual calendar.

CMKSC took their largest ever team to the meet with around 70 members competing, including those in partnership programmes. In the overall points trophy CMK were second behind by a very strong City of Oxford SC team but there was progression as we finished 3rd in the junior points, our best showing in some years. Much of this success is credited to the junior and age group coaches and swimmers working in the new structure implemented in 2014. 

There were as ever some stunning swims in particular Ellie Ward (100m Breaststroke) and Yasmin Dos Santos (100m Fly) had huge Personal Bests. Young swimmers (13&U) making age group finals were: Eamon Bradley, Holly Showler, Abby Murrell, Fern Boyden, Amy Delderfield, Ellie McManus, Edith Patey, Lucy Lennon, Leo Hanss, Tyler Reeve, Jack Edwards, Jayden Hill, Jamie Hanss, Marcus McAuliffe and Josh Press.

The following swimmers won Senior or Junior County Championship titles: Max Murphy, Lucy Farmer, Tom Flaherty, Isobel Jones, Oliver Lines, Aiyana Lawson. Isobel Jones did so setting a new county record of 2.00.11 on the womens 200m Freestyle. The relays provided a very exciting finale to each day’s session, with CMK winning the men's freestyle and medley relays and the junior girls freestyle relay.



Sprint awards

City of Milton Keynes Swimming Club participates in the ASA speed awards. The scheme encourages swimmers to focus on achieving set times so they can purchase the flashes for each stroke. There are four levels Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. This Scheme is open to all Mini stars, Rising stars, Bagcat Development and Bagcat performance swimmers.

These are the times that need to be achieved to purchase these awards. These awards are very good to help motivate the swimmers in competition and training. They also help the swimmers understand the importance of personal best times and encourage them to improve them each time they swim. When the swimmers achieve the times on the strokes below you will need to email Lisa so that she can verify the time and arrange for the delivery of the award to the swimmer. She will use results on the British Rankings to verify the times. The cost of the awards are £2.00 for the large main badge and certificate and £1.00 for the flash of each stroke as they are achieved.