The Borough of Harrow Swimming club (Previously Harrow & Wealdstone Swimming Club) Established in 1976, is a small, friendly club that competes, and often wins, against much larger clubs, thanks to the professionalism and dedication of both the swimmers and coaches. In order for the club to continue to grow and compete we need new members, so why not join us?
We are a competitive club, so the training is designed to help develop your skills to enable you to compete in a sport you enjoy, but don’t worry we don’t throw you in at the deep end! Younger swimmers usually start off doing half an hour on our learn to swim programme, learning, and practicing your strokes in a fun and structured way. And as you progress you move up to longer sessions to our Foundation squad, and from there into our competitive squads that train during the week.
If you are already in Swim School and have achieved Level 6 or above, then why not come along for a FREE trial? Or maybe you have just moved into the area, or you’re wanting to get back into swimming after a break.
It’s not just younger swimmers we cater for, we also have specific training sessions for adults, and we are delighted to have recently been announced as one of the Disability Hub Club for London.
Our swimmers compete at all levels, from friendly galas against local clubs, in regional leagues, Open Meets and at County, Regional and National level with our squad structure and training designed to help you achieve your goals.
Interested? To arrange a trial e-mail email@example.com
Congratulations to Alex Coyle, Hazel Macgonigal, Laura Sharrock & Oliver Macgonigal on your qualification for the Summer Nationals, all your hard work and sacrifice has paid off!
Alex – British 50m & 100m fly and English 100m freestyle
Hazel – English 50m backstroke
Oliver – English 200m freestyle
Laura – English 400m freestyle