Watford Swimming Club
The Herts County U14 Daplyn Development Tropy meet took place on at the Venue, Borehamwood on Saturday 6th December with Watford competing with an A and B Team of swimmers competing.
It was an actioned packed evening full of fun and excitment in and out of the pool. Swimmers danced the night away while competing for top spots against a host of clubs in the County. With balloons, strobe lighting, disco and drummers the night was a big hit and really gave our younger members a night to remember!
Thank you to parents and swimmers for attending this very important team gala. We hope you enjoyed the entertainment, our thanks to ASA for such an enjoyable evening.
Great racing from all!
Watford secured 3rd Place in the Boys A Team (pictured below).
FINA Rules Update
Good News...... we have some new Club Record holders....all the hard work is paying off in the pool J
Very well done to you all, keep up the good work.
Are you always missing club deadlines?
With so many gala’s and dates to remember in the swimming calendar, with deadlines on entries and places to be, why not subscibe to the WSC Google Club Calendar. We have switched our events to google calendar which is open to the public to view. You can integrate this calendar with your home calendar on your mobile device so you can always get those important reminders!
You can view the club calendar via our website from the Competition tab by selecting 'Club Calendar', alternatively you can add this google calendar by clicking here.
Stay ahead of the race!!
Breastroke Rule Change
FINA has announced a rules change to the breaststroke underwater pullout – the latest change to try and give officials a fighting chance, and athletes an even chance, at adhering to the ever-more-complex breaststroke rules.
In the vote, FINA approved a new interpretation of allowing the single dolphin kick on the pullout to come at any time before the first breaststroke kick. Previously, the rules required some separation of the hands before the first dolphin kick. The change will be effective immediately.
Initially, when the dolphin kick was added, most athletes did the dolphin kick clearly during the pull-down. That water became muddied, however, when many swimmers began doing the pullout while effectively still in a streamline – especially in Europe and South Africa, where swimmers were breaking World Records.
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