Dublin swimming club are looking for a level 2 coach for their Sunday morning UCD training hour at 8:45 to 9:45. The session is approx 60 swimmers of varying abilities in a 50m pool setting.
Interested applicants please send their cv to email@example.com
Sundays Well gala is taking place the second weekend in February and it is now open for entries.
you can enter online here
and the brochure can be viewed at this link.
The Masters Committee would like to wish each and everyone of the Masters community a very Happy Christmas and a prosperous new year.
On the topic of new years, we would like to to draw attention to the calendar https://irishmastersswimming.ie/upcoming-galas/ to help you with all that festive aquatic cold turkey.
Limerick is going to be as popular as every so book early to avoid disappointment : http://limerickmasters.com/?page_id=1881
Also keep an eye on irishmastersswimming.ie as more and more of the domestic galas are made available for entry online.
Also due in the coming weeks is the 2018 Top Ten rankings : https://irishmastersswimming.ie/topten/
Swim Ireland Masters committee are delighted to announce a number of upcoming events for Masters swimmers and coaches. These are part of the Master Strategic Plan to support the development of Masters swimming and coaching in Ireland.
Masters Swim Skills Clinics:
Suitable for all level of competitive Masters swimmers, these clinics will be coached by regional development pathway coaches Mark Lapping and Sarah Fellner.
Places are limited so early booking is advised
Masters Coaching Conference:
We are delighted to welcome Glen Christensen, Swedish Olympic swimmer and coach to Ireland on 3rd March 2019.
Topics and CPD points will be announced shortly
Early booking rate of €40 applies until 15th January 2019
Masters events flyer
I wasn’t able to go to the Swim Ireland Awards night in Ennistymon on Saturday but I see that Helen O’Leary won the Masters Outstanding Achievement Award. Helen, who now swims with NAC Masters, is a great supporter of Masters galas throughout Ireland and the UK and is a worthy recipient of the award. Aer Lingus Masters’ Charlotte Reid won the Open Water Swimmer of the year award and then, keeping it in the Masters family, NAC Masters’ Declan Harte took over the Presidency of Swim Ireland. Congratulations to all.
You can now enter the Mallow Gala for individual events online at the following link
Mallow Masters Gala 2018
For relay events, please enter directly with the Mallow organisers.
Here are the final results for the Celtic masters which ran this weekend.
The winning overseas team was Guildford City and the winning team outright was Kilkenny. Congratulations one and all.
celtic masters 2018 final results
The postal swim is now open for submissions all year round.
The details and form for the postal swim scheme are in this [download]
As part of a pilot for a new online entry portal for masters galas in Ireland, entries are now open for the upcoming Dublin Masters Sprint Gala.
The link to the process is https://irishmastersswimming.ie/dublin-masters-sprint-gala-2018-online-entry/
Entries are now closed and the psych sheets are available at https://irishmastersswimming.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/dublin-psych-sheets-2018.pdf
The pool season will shortly be upon us and here is what is on the menu . .
Kilkenny begin proceedings in September, apply [ here ]
The annual Dublin masters gala returns for its 5th instalment on October 14th, the programme can be downloaded [ here ]
The Celtics short course Irish open is also set to return on November 10th / 11th with an extended programme. Details can be viewed [ here ]
enjoy . . .