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Coach.Ben Negus

Congratulations to November Swimmer of the month winners ������

Coach.Ben Negus

City of Peterborough (COPs) swimmers delivered some outstanding results at the Regional Open Water Championships at Whitlingham Adventure in Norwich. Not only was this a regional competition, but also a county level one. At regional level COPs members won six silver medals and one bronze medal. And at county level COPs stars collected nine gold medals, seven silver medals and two bronze medals. Daniel Moyes, Charlie Rehus and Annabelle Kett also performed well enough to qualify for national finals. Rehus won two gold medals. The other COPs gold medalists were...

Coach.Ben Negus

COPS Home Open Meets and holidays for the 2023-2024 season can be found on the attached photo.

Coach.Ben Negus

Thursday 23.03.23 will be as last week: AM at Jack Hunt School Pool PM: 4.30-5.30pm Mini 1 @ Stanground 5.30-6.30pm Mini 2 @ Stanground 4.30-7.15pm Performance @ Stanground 6.00-8.30pm Age-Group Performance @ Stanground 6.30-8.30pm Junior Performance @ Stanground 7.00-8.00pm Development 1 & 2 @ Jack Hunt 8.00-9.00pm Competitive and Competitive Plus & Jack Hunt Training will be back to normal from Friday 24.03.23. The Regional pool will re-open as of Friday AM. Once again, thank you for your patience.

Coach.Ben Negus

The weekend saw 10 COPS team members compete in the National Winter Championships, which are the short course national championships. Qualifiers; Harriet Salisbury, Dani Gough, Fabian Brudnicki, George Whiteman, Hannah Willis, Jess Shaw, Josh Martin, Josh Sackree, Vanesa Cimermanova and Iona Trainer all represented COPS at the highest senior stage. They were joined by COPS Alumni Matt Gray (City of Leeds/Leeds Trinity University), Beth Dennis (City of Sheffield/Sheffield Hallam) and Amelia Monaghan (City of Sheffield/Sheffield Hallam). Hannah Willis was the rising star of the meet, making her first national finals,...

Coach.Peter Brystow

In the past week COPS have appeared in the Peterborough Evening Telegraph and also the 'Peterborough Matters' website for local news. The article can be found at the below link - https://www.peterboroughmatters.co.uk/local-sports/peterborough-cops-lockdown-activities-skills-9678 This has been a chance to highlight the fantastic work our members have been doing during lockdown, especially without access to a swimming pool. This has been an opportunity to improve skills and attributes that we wouldn't necessarily have had time for during a normal training season; we consider this to be a positive for the long term...

Coach.Peter Brystow

The first ever COPS Virtual Race Day was hosted online on Monday. This was a slight twist on the normal competition of racing; rather than aiming to beat their personal bests, on this occasion the swimmers were aiming to match them. 68 excited COPS members entered the Sprintastic event, and although they were all at home in their living rooms, many donned their normal race gear to get in to the spirit of the event. Once online, the swimmers were tasked with using self imagery to visualise what their perfect...

Coach.Peter Brystow

COPS Return to the TOP 10 Nationally Ranked Clubs This weekend City of Peterborough Swimming Club finished a respectable 9th place in the National 'A' Final of swimming's version of the F.A. Cup. After winning every round in the National Arena East Midlands league in 2019, COPS represented the area admirably in the national final at the Cardiff International Pool. Stand-out performances from the day include Vanesa Cimenova, who came first in her 50m Butterfly race and Amelia Monaghan, who came third in the Open 200m Individual Medley race. You...

Coach.Peter Brystow

copsRISES Champions - February Respect Champion Megan Donovan Age Group Performance Squad At both the County Championships and the Swansea Open Meet, Megan displayed respect to all of the volunteer officials before leaving poolside. She individually thanked the judges and referees and shook their hands at the end of each day. This was noted and mentioned by officials at both competitions and by the meet promoter at Swansea. Integrity Champion No winner There has been no standout member nominated for demonstrating integrity during February Standards Champion Bethany Minett Mini/Development 1...

Coach.Peter Brystow

The first Friday after Christmas saw swimmers from several Cambridgeshire clubs meet at Oundle School Swimming Pool to join together for a fantastic camp. The day saw the young swimmers participate in two pool sessions, one focused on building a strong base to the stroke with an effective kick, and the second session working towards increasing stroke efficiency. In between the pool sessions, the swimmers were also lucky enough to have an educational session on nutrition. They learnt about how a well balanced diet can improve training performance, the best...