Cheshunt Swimmer Called Up For East Region
Posted By : Cheshunt SC On 2017-01-03 14:53:55
Congratulations to Cheshunt swimmer Callum Wollaston who has been selected to represent the East Region at the English Schools Championships in Liverpool on the 12th and 13th March.
Busy End Of Year For Cheshunt Swimmers
Posted By : Cheshunt SC On 2017-01-03 14:50:44
Last week saw Cheshunt SC compete in the 3rd and final round of this years Arena League. The team travelled to Braintree and were fighting for 8th - 14th place in division 2 against Halstead, Stevenage, Linslade Crusaders, Harrow, Rochford & District and Enfield Swim Squad.
The team got off to a steady start and were in 4th place after the 1st 10 events. As the individual races unfolded Cheshunt went from strength to strength with the following swimmers all winning their races; Millie Clark, Zane Batt, Tegan Wollaston, Sienna Treglohan, Callum Wollaston, Dayna Shepperson, Chloe Berko-Boateng, Emily Lush & Emily South.
There were also some close finishes to the final set of relays with Cheshunt coming first in 4 out of the 8 races which set them up to finish the gala in 2nd place and 9th overall in the league of 21 teams.
Out of the water Tegan Wollaston has been selected to attend a weekend at Loughborough University with the Youth Sports Trust as a coach. She is one of 350 young athletes from a variety of sports including cycling, gymnastics, tennis, volleyball and baseball who will spend the weekend in a variety of workshops and activities aimed at inspiring the next generation of athletes, coaches and officials.
Also congratulations go to Taylor Coe who has been selected as part of the East Region Open Water squad. Taylor's dedication and hard work in training has not only seen him go from strength to strength in the water but had also gained him recognition as a prospect for the future.
ASA National Masters 2016
Posted By : Cheshunt SC On 2016-10-31 11:45:54
Last weekend saw Cheshunt in action again at the Ponds Forge Pool in Sheffield. Claire Massey was in action in the National Masters Competition. Her first event was the 50m Butterfly where she continued her progress by swimming a lifetime's best of 31.81. This also placed her 7th overall in her age group. Next was the 100m backstroke where she went out well turning in 34.62 at the 50m mark. An excellent 2nd 50m saw her touch in 1:12.02 another lifetime best getting her 5th place overall. Her final event was the 50m backstroke which saw her record another good time of 32.77 and one place gaining 5th place overall.
National Intercounty Championships 2016
Posted By : Cheshunt SC On 2016-10-31 11:38:05
Cheshunt swimming club provided Hertfordshire with 3 swimmers for the annual National Intercounties competition held at the Ponds Forge Pool. Daniel Lush, Zane Batt & Chloe Berko-Boateng all travelled to St Albans first for a training session before boarding the team coach for the trip to Sheffield.
The competition involves swimmers from all counties across England as well as teams from Wales. Daniel was first up in the 16/17yrs 100m freestyle. Daniel went out well turning in 26.01. He then powered down the 2nd 50m to record an excellent PB of 54.64 the first time he has gone under the 55 second mark. Zane was next in the water for the 12/13yrs 100m backstroke. Again Zane set off well turning at 33.25 at the half way mark. A strong 2nd 50m saw him smash his PB with a 1:07.86. Both boys as well as Chloe were involved in the medley relays with all 3 swimming close to their PBs. A big congratulation goes to all 3 swimmers on their performances and Zane came away not only with a PB but also the award for swimmers of the meet amongst the Hertfordshire team.
Peanuts League 3rd Round
Posted By : Cheshunt SC On 2016-07-22 15:50:52
Saturday 9th July 2016 saw our junior swimmers take part in the 3rdand final round of the Peanuts League at the Furzefield Centre in Potters Bar. A highly competitive final saw our team finish 4thoverall in the 2nd division.
Sienna Treglohan stormed home with our first win of the night in the U/12 50m backstroke (35.45). This was followed up by girls captain Millie Clark who came 1st in both the U/13 50m breaststroke (40.70) and butterfly (34.57).
Individual 2ndplaces were achieved by Woody South U/11 25m breaststroke (21.70), boy’s captain Taylor Coe U/13 butterfly (37.23) and Sienna Treglohan this time in the U/13 50m backstroke (35.66).
Individual 3rd place finishes were accomplished by Simran Misir U/11 25m freestyle (17.38), Woody South U/11 25m freestyle (16.69), U/12 50m freestyle (36.73) and U/12 50m breaststroke (47.95), Natalia Brodowska 9 years 25m freestyle (20.11)& backstroke (24.98), Jake Evans U/11 25m butterfly (18.89) and 25m backstroke (20.98), Dayna Shepperson U/12 50m freestyle (34.22), Evie Brown U/12 25m butterfly (19.00), Taylor Coe U/13 50m freestyle (32.88), Sam Safavi-Zadeh 9 years 25m breaststroke (25.31), and finally Tara Safavi-Zadeh U/12 50m breaststroke (49.90).
Other notable swims on the night came from Victoria Townsend who finished 5thwith a new PB in the U/11 25m butterfly (22.55), Rosie Batt who had an excellent finish coming 4th in the U/13 50m freestyle (35.78), Emily Pym who finished 4th in the 9 years 25m breaststroke (29.48). Ashlee Willett set herself a new PB when she finished 6th in the 25m backstroke (24.38).
The relay team of Taylor Coe, Jack Pym, Ben Brookman and Max Dickinson saw us come 1st in the U/13 4 x 25m freestyle relay, the boys also came 3rd in the 4 x25 U/13 individual medley relay. 2nd place was also achieved by the boys U/12 team of Woody South, Jake Evans, Rohan Misir and William Brookman in the 4 x 25m freestyle relay. Our girls U/12 & U/13 teams consisting of Sienna Treglohan, Dayna Shepperson, Evie Brown, Tara Safavi-Zadeh, Emilia Gitev, Rosie Batt and Mille Clark finished 2nd in both the 4 x 25m freestyle and individual medley relays retrospectively.Finally our U/11 boy’s teams consisting of Woody South, Jake Evans, Max Coltman, Finlay Jackson and Ben Crossman came 3rd in both the 4 x 25 freestyle and individual medley relays.
Coach Richard Walker said “It was a great team effort tonight. Having 3 or 4 key swimmers missing meant that certain swimmers had to step up and fill the void, none of these disappointed. We made a slow start in the first round back in May, but credit to the swimmers as they were fantastic in the 2nd round and even better in the final, this is all down to how they are training at the moment and their determination to improve. With this group of swimmers and with the younger ones coming through, I can see us pushing on over the next few years so we have very exciting times ahead. Well done also needs to be said to captains Mille Clark and Taylor Coe and vice captains Rosie Batt and Jack Pym, they lead by example throughout the rounds and put in some stellar performances in leading the team.”
Medals Galore At Stevenage Open Meet
Posted By : Cheshunt SC On 2016-07-22 15:39:40
On the 18th June 2016, 27 of our swimmers competed in the annual Stevenage Sprint Open Meet. In what was a very competitive and enjoyable meet our swimmers finished the day with an excellent medal haul.
Competing in 120 events between them, they completed the day with 32 golds, 27 silvers and 9 bronzes. 55 personal bests were achieved and 17 races were competed in for the first time by certain swimmers.
Sam Safavi-Zadeh, 9, won gold in the 50m breaststroke (55.50) & the 100m breaststroke (1.58.59) achieving new PB’s at the same time. More PB’s were gained in the 50m backstroke (49.54) and 50m freestyle (44.25) where Sam picked up silver in both races. Competing for the first time he also saw second place in the 100m Individual Medley (1.51.47) and 100m freestyle (1.40.56).
Fresia Radzi-Goldsmith, 9, who was competing in her first open meet, saw her win silver in the 50m butterfly (1.07.13), she also finished 6th in the 50m breaststroke (1.15.26) and 5th in the 50m freestyle (54.24).
Her sister LyliaRadzi-Goldsmith, 11, who was also competing in her first open meet, finished 10th in the 50m butterfly (1.02.66), 9th in the 50m backstroke (55.74) and 12th in the 50m freestyle (45.24).
Emily Pickard, 9, won 2 silver medals in the 50m backstroke (48.30) and 100m Backstroke (1.45.98).
Finlay Jackson, 10, gained a new PB in the 50m backstroke (48.86) where he finished 6th. He then won medals when he finished 2nd in the 50m breaststroke (1.02.15) in a new PB and 3rd in the 50m freestyle (42.33).
Woody South, 10, won 5 golds this saw PB’s in the 100m breaststroke (1.42.28), 100m freestyle (1.21.01) and 100m individual medley (1.33.11). He was just outside his PB’s on the 50m breaststroke (47.87) and 50m freestyle (37.20).
Jake Evans, 10, gained new PB’s in the 50m butterfly where he finished 1st and 50m backstroke where he finished 3rd. He also won medals when he finished 3rd in the 100m individual medley (1.42.49) and 2nd in the 50m freestyle (37.92).
Indya Bowmaker, 10, saw big PB’s gained in the 50m freestyle (47.38) where she finished 12th and 50m breaststroke (55.79) where she finished 7th.
Victoria Townsend, 10, gained new PB’s in the 50m backstroke (52.33) and 50m freestyle (44.02) where she finished both races 10th overall.
Tara Safavi-Zadeh, 11, achieved a new PB in the 50m butterfly (47.88). She also finished 5th in the 100m breaststroke (1.49.93), 8th in the 100m individual medley (1.38.84), and 10th in the 50m breaststroke (42.82). Tara also competed in the 100m butterfly for the first time; she completed the race in an excellent time of 1.49.53, finishing 4th overall.
Evie Brown, 11, competed for the first time in the 100m individual medley (1.32.75) where she finished 4th. She then gained 2 PB’s in the 50m breaststroke (49.36) where she finished 6th and the 50m freestyle (38.33), finishing 8th.
Dayna Shepperson, 11, gained PB’s in the 50m butterfly (43.12) finishing 5th and 100m freestyle (1.15.11) finishing 4th. Further PB’s we achieved by winning bronze in the 50m freestyle (34.82), silver in the 50m breaststroke (46.05) and gold in the 50m backstroke, Dayna also won a second gold this time in the 100m backstroke (1.29.57).
Luis Fitzgerald, 12 won gold in the 100m butterfly (2.06.73) in what was the first time he had competed in the event, he also competed for the first time in the 100m (1.49.66) backstroke where he took silver. He then gained PB’s in the 50m Breaststroke (52.51) where he finished 4th & 50m freestyle (42.99) finishing 5th.
Alex Smith, 12, gain PB’s in the 100m freestyle where he finished 4th and 50m freestyle where he finished 7th. Alex also finished 6th in the 50m backstroke (56.27) and competing for the first time he also finished 6th in the 50m breaststroke (56.00).
Aaron Pickard, 11, achieved 3 new PB’s where he finished 2nd in both the 50m backstroke (43.37) and 100m Individual Medley (1.31.46). Aaron then won gold in the 50m freestyle (34.24).
Rosie Batt, 12, gained PB’s in all of her races where she finished 6th in the 50m butterfly (41.43), 5th in the 100m freestyle (1.15.91) and 8th in the 50m freestyle (35.95). Rosie also won bronze in the 100m butterfly (1.35.51).
Taylor Coe, 12, won gold while achieving a new PB in the 100m butterfly (1.36.37). The boys junior captain also gained PB’s in a further four events where he finished 4th in the 50m Backstroke (38.93), 100m individual Medley (1.25.24), 50m breaststroke (46.73) and 50m freestyle (33.04).
Millie Clarke, 12, the girls’ junior captain gained three new PB’s on the day. The first came in the 50m butterfly (35.62) and the second came in the 100m individual medley (1.22.96). Millie then won gold in the 50m breaststroke (42.70).
Anastasios Karameros, 13 achieved a new PB in the 50m butterfly (37.32) where he finished 2nd, he then won his second medal of the day when he took bronze in the 100m breaststroke (1.34.44). He was then 6th in the 100m freestyle (1.11.50), 5th in the 100m individual medley (1.29.70), 4th in the 50m breaststroke (44.43) and 5 in the 50m freestyle (34.80).
Chloe Berko-Boateng, 13, won 4 medals on the day taking gold in the 50m butterfly (32.16) and the 100m breaststroke (1.27.75). Chloe then won bronze in the 50m backstroke (37.03) and 100m freestyle (1.09.08).
Emily Lush, 13, started the day with a PB in the 50m butterfly (33.54) where she finished 4th. Emily then went on to win three golds in the 50m backstroke (34.22), 100m backstroke (1.15.52) and 50m freestyle (29.58), she also took home sliver by finishing 2nd in the 100m individual medley (1.17.70).
Zane Batt, 13, won 5 golds on the day the first of these was in the 50m backstroke (34.45) and 100m freestyle (1.06.84) where he gained new PBs, other golds were won in the 100m individual medley (1.18.18), 100m backstroke (1.15.35) and 50m freestyle (31.07). Zane won silver in the 100m butterfly (1.25.79) and gained 2 more PB’s when he finished 2nd in both the 50m (43.04)& 100m breaststroke (1.30.42), he gained his final PB in the 50m butterfly (37.60) where he finished 4th.
Courtney Burke, 14,achieved 2 PB’s on the day when she finished 1st in the 50m butterfly (33.38) and 2nd in the 100m freestyle (1.06.94). A further gold was won in the 50m breaststroke (40.15) and silver in the 100m individual medley (1.18.89). In her final race of the day Courtney finished 4 in the 50m freestyle (31.86).
Eleanor Turpin, 14, won silver in the 50m backstroke (1.16.19) and 5th in the 50m freestyle (32.16) where she was just outside her PB.
Megan Pope, 14, won 4 medals on the day. Gold was gained in the 100m breaststroke (1.28.97) and 100m individual medley (1.18.48). Megan also took home silver in the 50m freestyle (31.36) and bronze in the 100m freestyle (1.08.07)
Adam Bailey, 15, gained a new PB in the 50m butterfly (31.55) where he finished 7th. Adam also finished 4th in both the 50m backstroke (33.23) and 100m individual medley (1.18.14). In his final event of the day he finished 6th in the 50m freestyle (28.40).
Claire Massey, 31, took home gold in both the 50m backstroke (32.82) where she gained a new PB and 100m backstroke (1.13.04). Claire then won silver in the 50 butterfly (32.87).
Daniel Lush, 15, the boys club captain gained PB’s when he won gold in the 50 backstroke (30.51) and silver in the 100m individual medley (1.05.26). Daniel triumphed again when he saw another gold in the 50m freestyle (25.55), silver in the 50m backstroke (1.06.86) and bronze in the in the 50m butterfly (28.88).
Coach Richard Walker said that he was proud of the swimmers achievements. “They all put a lot of hard work in to their training and that showed today with some excellent times and with the medals won. It was also good for some of the younger swimmers to compete with the more experienced ones; I hope that they have taken something from this meet that they can use in future competitions”.