Don’t forget this message to all parents to join us at Sportable, Braywick Road to hear about the club’s history, vision and the many special experiences that come with being a competitive swimmer. It promises to be a great opportunity to not only hear the exciting vision for Maidenhead Marlins from some members of the club and committee but also as an opportunity to ask questions and have a social drink or two afterwards.
See you there!
Agenda as follows:
2. General Committee Presentation
3. Special Guest Panel
4. Chairperson Candidates’ Presentation
5. General Q&A
Zack Bleekendaal, Alyssa Basinger, Anthea Cheung, Nancy Dean, Emma Hepworth, Liv Howley, Joel Lange, Beth Neall and Hayden Netherwood-Meek all took part.
Anthea and Nancy were Bronze medalists in the 13Yr. 50m free and 14Yr. 50m Breast respectively. Anthea also qualified for the 13Yr 200m and 50m Fly finals as well as the 100m Free Final. Nancy managed a 4th place finish in the 100m Breast Final. Zack reached the finals of 200 Breast (6th) and 50 Breast (5th). Beth Neall came 5th in the 50 Breast final.
Alyssa qualified for the 200 Free and Fly finals, finishing 5th & 6th respectively. Joel continued his superb form to reach finals in the 200m Breast (7th), 200 medley (6th), 200 Bk ( 5th) , 200Free (6th).
Well done to all swimmers who took part. It was a tough competition; the Marlins group did fantastically well throughout.
We look forward to the next round at Portsmouth on Saturday.Paul Lloyd
Congratulations to Masters swimmer India Lee, who finished in a highly impressive third place in last week’s European Cup Triathlon, in Turkey.
Details are here. This puts India in line for an Olympic place in Rio.
Head Coach, Paul Lloyd, welcomes new Chair, Austin Swain, and explains in detail below why he is convinced it will lead to an even brighter future for our club.
The Committee and coaching staff would like to thank the outgoing Chair, Jacquie, for her hard work and dedication to the club during her time on the Committee. During this time a huge number of behind-the-scenes weaknesses have been addressed. This type of work often goes unappreciated; the key evidence of our success in these areas is represented by the club's upgraded Swim 21 and Sport England status.