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Open Meets

City of Leicester Open Meets 2018 / 2019 

City of Leicester Swimming Club organise a variety of Open Meets during the year. The links for upcoming meets will take you to pages where you will find meet details, results and other useful information.

City of Leicester Swimming Club is looking to do their bit for the environment and reduce the amount of paper used. Therefore, the Meet Programme will be available online for swimmers and parents to download to their mobile devices to view electronically at the gala. Printed Meet programmes will be available at the gala included in the spectator entry fee.

PHOTOGRAPHS

We have linked up with DE Photography to take professional photographs at our Open Meets. If you have attended one of our Meets and would like to purchase any photographs please contact us and we will provide you with the password. You can then click on this link which will take you to DE Photography's website where you will be able to browse and make any purchases.

UPCOMING HOME MEETS

THE 2018 LEICESTER OPEN

Location:  Braunstone Leisure Centre
Dates:  16th, 17th & 18th NOVEMBER 2018
Closing Date:  Wed 31st OCTOBER 2018

THE 2019 LEICESTER AGE GROUP

Location:  Braunstone Leisure Centre
Dates:  8th, 9th & 10th MARCH 2019
Closing Date:
13th FEBRUARY 2019 

2019 LEICESTERSHIRE PATHWAY MINI MEET SERIES

Location:  Hinckley & Braunstone Leisure Centre
Dates:  tbc
Closing Date:  tbc

Previous Open Meet Results

Officials and Open Meet Volunteers

REMEMBER – Our licensed meets are run by VOLUNTEERS, the more help we get, the better the meet, so don’t be shy!!

If you have a specific skill/ talent or you just fancy getting involved, please do not hesitate to offer your services, either directly to a member of the committee or via email

It is essential that where possible ALL parents or careers volunteer at some stage in their child’s progression through the club. Some people think that they have nothing to offer, or what they do have to offer will not be of any value to the club, when what we require mostly is just someone’s time. All of the tasks for volunteers are relatively simple and there will always be somebody there to show you the ropes and support you for the first couple of times you do the task.

Our meets require a large numbers of volunteers to function, some of the tasks need some training such as time keepers and officials (courses are run occasionally through the year, look on the notice board and website for details if you are interested). Other tasks include:- supplying volunteers with refreshments on poolside, sitting at the door and taking admission fee’s and selling raffle tickets, being a ‘runner’, a steward or a team manager on poolside. If you have a flair on the karaoke then maybe the announcers job would suit you!