CLUB CHAMPS:  SUNDAY 23RD NOVEMBER – HUTTON MOOR:  Please make sure you are there in plenty of time for the warm ups.  There are two sessions:

Session One – 9am warm up, 9.30am start.  Session One Programme – PLEASE PRINT OFF TO BRING WITH YOU.

Session Two – 1pm warm up, 1.30pm start.  Session Two Programme – PLEASE PRINT OFF TO BRING WITH YOU.

More details on our CLUB CHAMPS PAGE.


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Welcome to the website of Clevedon Amateur Swimming Club! We are a friendly club aiming to promote and encourage the sport of competitive swimming. Based in Clevedon in North Somerset, we are affiliated to the Somerset County ASA and the ASA South West, and are accredited to Swim21 club.

The Club operates in a friendly atmosphere which encourages its members to develop in a relaxed but committed environment. Members that show commitment will undoubtedly personally benefit from the results of their hard work, as well as having the satisfaction of being a member of a great team of friends.

We welcome swimmers of all ages and abilities. Swimmers enter into competitive swimming through our progressive squad structure. The Club holds or attends competitions for all ages and abilities. The purpose of this is to provide a natural progression for the swimmer ranging from the Club’s Novice Gala to National Competition.


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Final distance event, 400 IM, brings impressive performances

polls_Awesome_mc_HT_Smiley_5316_120461_answer_2_xlargeWill leave it to Head Coach, Pete Bowen’s, comments when emailing the results to other coaches to sum up another great evening at our Club Championships, which says it all.  “Another impressive night of swimming.  8 heats of 400IM – unprecedented.  And didn’t the little ones do well!  PBs,  Championship Best Times  and County Qualifying Times.”

Well done to all the brave swimmers who took part and thanks as always to our team of officials and helpers!  Bring on tomorrow!

Results now on our Club Champs page.   The Championship Best Times and Records will be updated after Club Championships tomorrow!

Badge & Certificate Sale next week

1000Mark Symonds, our Badgeman, is geared up and ready to (hopefully!) have all the times updated from Club Championships for the Badge Sales planned on Tuesday 25th, Thursday 27th and Friday 28th at Strode between 6.45pm to 7.45pm.  Don’t miss this last sale this year to update your swimmers’ certificates and badges or get new ones!!

Mark tells us that our swimmers have surpassed the 1,000 new awards mark this year which is amazing.  Well done all.   For info about what the awards are all about, visit our Badge and Certificate page, which is regularly updated.

Last chance opportunity to qualify for County Championships

sign up nowThe Taunton & Street Level 3 Open Meet at Hutton Moor on 10/11th January is the last opportunity for swimmers to get County times.  Targeted meet for the club and nice and local.    Great way to start the New Year, some new times and swim off all that Christmas pudding! Full details and online entry form are on our COMPETITIONS page.  Closing date for entries is soon, so don’t miss out - SUNDAY 30TH NOVEMBER.

Welsh Capital Meet proves successful yet again

achievementThe Welsh Capital Open Meet usually proves to be one our swimmers like and perform well at and this year was no exception.  23 swimmers made the journey to Cardiff and amassed 67 personal best times between them.  Medallists were Amelia Chappell (1 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze), Callum Greenwood (1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze), George Leaman (1 silver, 1 bronze), Caitlin Mark (1 silver and 1 bronze) and Ben Penhale (1 silver and 1 bronze).  Clevedon came 7th in the league of visiting clubs which was a great result as was Callum getting 6th in the Top Boy and Amelia 21st in the Top Girl.  9 year old Caitlin Mark certainly lived up to her name and made her mark (!) with a full programme of 7 events, top 10 finishes in all 7, two medals and finishing 27th in the girls overall, in only her second appearance at a long course event.  A name that will be appearing many times in the future!  Well done Caitlin!

Full results are now posted on our RESULTS page.

We are in the ‘B’ final of the Arena League!

polls_Awesome_mc_HT_Smiley_5316_120461_answer_2_xlargeGood news!  The Arena team have made it into the ‘B’ Final of the Arena League!  The league table has just been confirmed and we are sitting nice and comfortably in 16th position which means a place in the B Final, but more so, that we are guaranteed to remain in Division One for another year!  This is fantastic news and all credit is due to the swimmers who have performed so well this year.  When you consider that there were 24 teams in the Division One this year (rather than 18 last year), that for each round we have been missing some key swimmers, and that this year we have many swimmers in the lower of the two year age bracket, then this really is a superb result for the club.  Well done to each and every swimmer and we look forward to celebrating with a final great performance on the 13 December!

The venues for the three finals have yet to be announced and we will let everyone know as soon as we do!  In the meantime you can see the full league table on the NATIONAL ARENA LEAGUE website.