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Brighton Pier to Pier Saturday 26th June 2021 Please click here for more information about this iconic event and how to enter. Minimum age to compete is 14. Shiverers have historically done well in this event and currently hold the Womens TeamTrophy from 2019. You will need to submit your own entry but please inform Lee (Assistant Coach) so that he can help prepare you for the event.

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In loving Memory of Ian Newell 31/03/1947- 20/03/2021 by Allison and Mark Cannon on behalf of Shiverers Swimming Club It is with great sadness that we have to write about the death of Ian Newell former Head Coach of Shiverers Swimming Club for over 30 years and all-round swimming legend. Ian has played a big part in our life along with countless other families who have been members of Shiverers Swimming Club over the last three decades and more. Ian was a larger-than-life character and was an amazing coach to...

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Len Bonnington - Member of Shiverers from 1954 - 2000 It is with sadness that we report that Len Bonnington, one of our oldest club members has passed away aged 85. Len, who lived in Brighton for most of his life before moving to Hailsham a few years ago to be near his family, joined Shiverers in 1954 and represented the club in Masters events on many occasions.

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Many of you will have heard the fantastic news that both Steyning and King Alfred are due to open on the 17th. We are expecting to receive King Alfred’s timetable early next week, after which there will be a discussion with the other Brighton Clubs over session allocation. The result of this will influence our decision on the number of Steyning sessions we will require. For now please be patient; we will publish our revised squad timetable as soon as we can.

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Joel Thompson to continue his Education and Swimming Career at Louisianna State University Au revoir and Good Luck Joel Joel jets off to the USA this Friday to continue his education and swimming career with LSU Tigers. Joel joined Shiverers in 2008 and in 2017 joined Ellesmere College Titans to take his swimming career to the next level. Joel retained his membership with Shiverers and could be seen training with the Performance Squad when home from Ellesmere. Throughout his time with both Shiverers and Ellesmere, Joel has been dedicated to...

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Shiverers and Brighton's joint lobbying of the council has been picked up by the Argus. Please click here to read the article.

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Shiverers, jointly with Brighton Swimming Club, lobby the council to re-open King Alfred Please click here for copy of the letter sent to the council. A big thank you to all the swimmers who sent in their questionnaires which have accompanied the above letter, we hope your voices will be heard and the council will understand the impact the continued closure is having on all swimmers in Brighton and Hove. On Monday morning Elijah and Trinity spoke on BBC Sussex explaining how the continued closure was affecting them along with...

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The Committee would like to share the news that our Head Coach, Matt Naunton, has been selected by Sussex County as the Lead Coach for this years development pathway programme, This is testament to Matt's knowldedge, skill and dedication to the wider development of swimming. The Club and it's swimmers are incrediably lucky to have him as Head Coach. Congratulations Matt from the Committee, Swimmers and all Club Members

Gareth & Tracey Griffiths

Elijah completes his 15 event pool programme by bringing home 2 National silvers for Shiverers within an hour! 200 back with a 5 sec pb �� 50 fly with a 0.5 sec pb ��

Gareth & Tracey Griffiths

Two teams of Shiverers young volunteers offered their time at the School Games Primary Swim Gala today, giving back something of their swim knowledge to the community in Brighton. Head Coach Matt says “The feedback has been brilliant and I take pride in having you as part of our team. Well done everyone and again thank you”