From Kilkenny FB
The 2nd Marble City Gala will take place on Saturday Sept. 21st
Gala swim events are open to all Swim Ireland and affiliated recognised swim federations- entries will be accepted on a first come first served basis.
The Gala is open to any Masters Swimmer who is 19 or over on 31st December 2019.
An overall best team trophy will be awarded for the most points for a team across the day. This will be a perpetual trophy which will be awarded on Saturday evening along with trophies for Best Male & Best Female swimmers.
Medals will be available for collection during the gala.
No entries will be accepted after the closing date of September 15th or on the day of competition.
More details to follow soon.
SEE SEPARATE EVENT PAGE FOR DETAILS ON THE OPEN WATER EVENT ALSO ON SEPT. 21ST
The Dublin Sprint Gala will not be taking place this year, however the Celtic Masters gala is scheduled for 9th/10th November and the Mallow Masters gala is scheduled to take place on 7th December
Due to the numbers we have to revise the session times which are outlined below.
The times are :
Warm up 9:00am – 9:45am (6 Lanes)
Session starts at 10:00 am
Warm up 11:10am – 11:30 (10 Lanes)
Session starts at 11:30
The relays are not yet put into the schedule but these won’t alter the sessions by more than 10 minutes
A programme will be circulated in the coming days when everything is finalised.
Thanks from Swim Leinster
The schedule for the special events gala next Saturday (30th March) is as follows:
11:30am – 11:55 noon Warm up
Start 12 noon :
1 – 4 x 200 m freestyle (2 heats max)
2 – 800 meters freestyle (3 heats max)
The outside lanes (1 + 10) will be available for warm up and cool down at all times.
We have to be finished by 1:30 at the latest but that is not looking like a concern.
It would be helpful if participants could help out with the time keeping or if travelling as a team, bring some recruits.
A psych sheet will be published after entries close on Thursday.
Entries are now open for the Leinster Open Long Course gala in May for individual events.
Leinster Open Long Course
. . . brings us the national long course open in Limerick university.
In order to heighten everyone’s excitement, the new points grades for the masters points calculator have been rolled out. That means the 2019 points are now on the points calculator over on the decathlon page.
Finally, if it’s not too late for you to change your mind the coaches clinic in UL on Sunday is still enrolling. If you’re at a loose end in Limerick on Sunday, you could do worse than picking up some professional coaching tuition for 50€.
The Swim Ireland Masters committee are delighted to announce the finalised line up of topics and timetable for this year’s Masters coach conference in UL on Sunday 3rd March. Registration for the Masters coach conference is just €50, which includes lunch and 3 CPD points. Places are limited to 50, so book now on https://swimireland.azolve.com, go to events and courses, search ‘Masters’.
Folks, here are the details of the renamed relay gala
Special Events Gala 2019
Also, the Sundays well results are up on the results page
At the time of writing there are 3 galas in the munster region open for entry:
- Limerick which closes this Thursday 31st January
- Sundays Well which closes Monday 4th February
- Ennis Invitational which closes Friday 7th March [ PDF here ]
There will be details in the near future about the remaining calendar leading up to summer
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