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Lily Macleod Breaks British Record

Back in November, Lily competed at the Welsh Capital Open Short Course Meet in Cardiff. She raced in several events across the weekend, but it was in the 200 freestyle where she had the highest achievement.

In this event she managed to break the British Record in the S13 classification, by nearly 3 seconds! The record now stands  at 2:16.77!

This is a fantastic achievement and hopefully the first of many records that will be broken by Lily. Well done from all at RDASC, keep up the hard work!

Assistant Coach Vacancy

Richmond Dales Swimming Club in North Yorkshire is looking to appoint a keen, ambitious and motivated assistant coach. To help develop the program.
For an informal discussion about the role please contact Chris Dove: coach@rdasc.org.uk

It’s not goodbye…..

We would like to wish both Lily Macleod and Rosa Johnson good luck at their new schools, Mount Kelly College and Bishop Burton College.  We will miss them in term time, but look forward to seeing them back training with us  during the holidays.  Hope all goes well girls.

BBQ Time!

Don’t forget the Richmond Pool BBQ on Saturday. Pool party with inflatable 4-6pm, BBQ and games 6-8pm.

Hot dogs and burgers available from 6pm.

Bring your own drinks.

Angie Stirk

Angie Stirk has been teaching Pilates to our National, National Development and Smart Track squads since September.

Her input is improving the core stability of swimmers and enabling them to work on their streamlining in the pool.
A link to her website can be found in the Advertismants section of our website or go to:

Carnival Time

Members of the RDASC club donned hats and goggles and from the back of an RDASC/RLT float they made good use of their water pistols as they took part in the Richmond May Day Carnival.

See more photos here