Category Archives: General

NO DRYSIDE – Sunday 2nd August 2020

The conditions outside, upon inspection, have left the field somewhat slippy and muddy, therefore unsafe to complete exercises without the potential of causing injury. Dryside will not be on Sunday 2nd August 2020. Apologies for inconvenience this may cause. Please pass the message onto other swimmers and parents. Regards, Greg

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Swim Kit Available at NASC

Please ensure that you have the correct kit for your sessions… full details of the kit required is on the website . Training kit is important to help the development of swimmers in their training, many of the skills and drills that will be completed as swimmers regain their fitness will require the kit specified for their sessions. We are not allowed to lend any leisure centre kit out to club members during this time due to the strict cleaning regime that is in place because of COVID-19. We are able to provide kit to members, supplied by NESS Swimwear, […]

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Training W/C 3rd August

Next weeks training is scheduled to be all running as per the ‘new normal’. Keep checking back before each session to ensure that there has not been any last minute changes due to unforeseen circumstances. Date Day Start Time Finish Time Squad Maximum Swimmers Lane(s) Lead Coach 3rd August Monday 1815 1915 Otters 12 Lane 1 & 2 Mikey Stimson 3rd August Monday 1815 1915 Junior 1 12 Lane 3 & 4 Greg Ient 3rd August Monday 1915 2015 Junior 2 10 Lane 1 & 2 Mikey Stimson 3rd August Monday 1915 2015 Junior Dev 11 Lane 3 & 4 […]

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Reminder – no dryside this weekend

Hi All, Just a reminder there will be no dryside tonight (Sunday 26th July) to allow us to continue to work with swimmers on transitioning in and out of the pool. Please encourage swimmers to pass this on to other in the squad. The dryside programme will resume from Wednesday this coming week. Regards, Greg

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Joy as swimmers return to the pool

Young swimmers in Northallerton will dive back into action tomorrow ( 25th July) as pools reopen across the country. Youngsters from Northallerton Amateur Swimming Club have been waiting patiently since pools were closed in March due to the Coronavirus lockdown. Life without swimming has been a big adjustment for the youngsters, some of whom train up to four times a week.  Pools had expected to be allowed to open on 4th July, but the government delayed its decision, prompting a nationwide campaign led by Swim England to #OpenOurPools, which featured pleas from the sport’s biggest names, including Olympians Adam Peaty […]

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