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 London Schools Swimming Association Championships 2015

Conditions   Shedule   Entry Form

Crystal Palace March 15th 2015

This Level 1 meet is open to all school children from years 7 – 13, aged 11 – 19.

This is a great opportunity to represent their school whilst  swimming at a top level meet.

Events are 50m, 100m, 200m on all strokes and including 400m IM and freestyle.

This meet is being held at Crystal Palace on Sunday 15 March 2015.

Medals will be awarded to top three swimmers in each event and a trophies for top boy and girls school.

This event is being organised by London Schools Swimming Association.

Any queries please contact; Jackie Bedford j.bedford@essa-schoolswimming.org.uk

If you currently go to school within the London boroughs and are interested in representing ESSA London at the English Schools Inter-Divisional Championships please contact Simon Bedford simontbedford@gmail.com to register your interest.

 

WELCOME TO LONDON SCHOOLS SWIMMING ASSOCIATION

London Schools Swimming Association was created in 1893 and promotes aquatic sports for all primary and secondary schools in the thirty two boroughs of London and the City of London.

We also organise regional rounds of national competitions for English Schools' Swimming Association.

This website has been created to improve accessibility to school Swimming, Diving, Water Polo, Synchronised Swimming and Life Saving competitions and championships for all school children in London.

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London Schools Primary Championships 2014

Results

 On the evening of Wednesday July 11th the London Schools' Swimming finals for primary schools were held at James Allen Girls School, Dulwich.
 
Children from 31 state and independent primary schools took part and there were many exciting events where boys and girls swam their best in order to achieve medals and points for their schools.
 
Bute House School was the overall winner but the high standard of swimming in all events was wonderful to see.  Each year our swimmers seem to get faster and faster and this must be credit due to great teaching and coaching. 
 
Special thanks must go to Jackie Bedford, our Swimming Manager and Stewart Nicklin who co-organised this successful event.  Jackie has organised competitions for LSSA over many years and this year will be taking retirement from her school job.  She will still be involved with LSSA.  We hope Stewart will go from strength to strength organising future primary school competitions.
 
It was a fantastic evening  enjoyed by all with great support from teachers, coaches, parents and excellent officials.
 
Thanks to all.
 
Brenda Humphreys (Chair LSSA)
 

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Jan 31, 2014, 3:47 pm

We now have a 'closed' Facebook group.

 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/203893826450713/

 

Please ask to join so you an actively paricipate with members of the LSSA, coaches et al.

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Won by S. Carpenter who won the Freeman Shield in 1937 for swimming in the under 11years 4 months event.

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