Eastleigh Swim Club

Our Mission - to inspire and nurture, creating opportunity for all our swimmers from novice to natio

Operating as usual


A beautifully observed minute's silence for Queen Elizabeth II this evening around the pool at Places Leisure Eastleigh. It was nice to see all our swimmers and coaches standing side by side on this historic occasion.

The whistle that Mandy used to signal the start and end of the period of silence is itself historic, having been used by Mandy's Grandfather in his role as an Air Warden during World War 2.



Well done to our Rother League Team that competed in Round 3 yesterday evening. 🀩



Good luck to all our swimmers taking part in the Rother League competition on Saturday evening.

The competition is going ahead as planned. As a mark of respect, all participants will observe a period of silence before the start of racing.



Reminder for swimmers in our J2 squad that your training session on Sundays will be 6-7pm from now on, an hour earlier than it used to be.



What a day at the Adam Peaty Race Clinic where the greatest breaststroker in town got to meet Adam Peaty! πŸ‘

Alex really enjoyed the day, getting to train with Adam and his coach and PT. He even got to see the Olympic golds and got a fist bump off his hero. β­οΈπŸ€œπŸ€›πŸ₯‡



We are so impressed to hear about the recent lifesaving actions of Milo from our Senior Squad.

While on holiday in Teignmouth, Milo was kayaking at the beach when he noticed a dad and two children in trouble in the water due to the current. The children had drifted down the river and the dad was struggling to bring them back. Milo kayaked over and offered them help. He pulled them back to an island in the river where the dad said he would be fine.

Milo came back to shore but soon noticed the family were in trouble again, drifting in the current once more. Milo immediately kayaked out to them and started pulling them back once again.

In the meantime, Milo's Mum, Tara, asked the local sea sports centre to assist. They went out and collected the father and two children in a boat and a very tired Milo kayaked back to shore. Milo was later thanked and commended for his actions by the sea sports centre.

Well done Milo! ⭐



U.S. Finishes 1-2 in WILD 200m Mystery I.M.

What do you think, swimmers? One for next year's Fun Gala?



Don’t forget: after Saturday morning training tomorrow all squads have a two week break with no more training until Tuesday 30 August.

Lessons with our Swim School continue as normal πŸ’¦

English Summer Nationals Report 10/08/2022

English Summer Nationals Report

The Swim England Summer Nationals report by Head Coach, Paul, is now available on the club website.

Fantastic swimming by both Megan and Izzy to make the National finals. ⭐⭐



English Summer Nationals Report Head Coach's report on Izzy and Megan's National Championships


During the week commencing 8 August, there will be some disruption and temporarily unavailable areas of the gym. This is to allows us to undertake a gym re-fit, including the installation of new kit! πŸŽ‰

To accommodate the disruption, we will have additional equipment set up in our studios, supervised by a Personal Trainer, throughout this period. We apologise for the inconvenience and look forward to our shine new gym set up!

We expect the biggest disruption to be Friday 12th due to the most work being scheduled for this day.

Photos from Eastleigh Swim Club's post 04/08/2022

We are all very proud of our Performance swimmers, ⭐Izzy⭐ and ⭐Megan⭐, who will be competing at the English Nationals over the next few days.

Very best of luck from all your Coaches and teammates!


Matthew's 12 Half Marathons 18/07/2022

Matthew's 12 Half Marathons

Our Assistant Head Coach, Matt, made the decision this year to race in 12 Half Marathons in aid of Southampton University Hospital Cancer Wards, a cause very dear to his heart.

Matt has so far completed seven half marathons, including the first ever Somerley Estate Half Marathon in this weekend's scorching heat, and he is well on his way to completing this arduous challenge.

Please following the link below to read his story and if you can please donate on his page, every little helps.



Matthew's 12 Half Marathons Help Matthew Boyd-Wallis raise money to support Southampton Hospitals Charity

Photos from Eastleigh Swim Club's post 15/07/2022

Some of the action from this evening's Fun Gala.

Well done swimmers, coaches, volunteers and parents, it was a really great evening. πŸ₯³πŸ‘



We are very much looking forward to this evening’s Fun Gala! πŸ’¦πŸ₯³

Don’t forget to bring along a T-shirt, a woolly hat, a pair of trousers and a jumper, but bear in mind that they are likely to get wet!

All swimmers will get a goodie bag and we will also have cakes and drinks for sale and a raffle with some very exciting prizes.


Photos from Eastleigh Swim Club's post 13/07/2022

A couple more photos from our trip to the Water Park. πŸ’¦β˜€


Photos from Eastleigh Swim Club's post 11/07/2022

Some snaps from the outing to the New Forest Water Park.πŸŒžπŸ’¦

(more to follow)



Time for a club day out!! πŸŒžπŸ•ΆπŸ’¦

Send in your photos and we’ll post the best ones on here and Instagram later today.πŸ“·πŸ€³



Good luck to all our swimmers competing at the second weekend of the Hampshire County Development Meet. πŸ’ͺ

We had some excellent swims and PBs last weekend, including 3 long standing club records being smashed! ⭐



Congratulations once again to our amazing swimmers that won the Top Visiting Club trophy at the Swim Out Of Your Skin meet last weekend. πŸ‘


Photos from Eastleigh Swim Club's post 20/06/2022

A massive ⭐️THANK YOU⭐️ to our long-serving coach, Kev Shepperd, for coaching so many swimmers at the club over the years. Nobody can quite remember how long ago Kev started. Some say 20 years, possibly more, maybe the polaroid gives a clue, but we do know that he has shaped the swimming and lives of hundreds, if not thousands, of young swimmers, including his own children.

Kev has always been particularly passionate about the development and achievements of our youngest swimmers and it was fitting that his final competition with the club was a victory by our young performance swimmers in the Rother League in May.

Kev said after that victory: "Well done Eastleigh Swim Club. Thanks for making my last gala a winning one. You should be proud of yourselves and just keep training and improving. I will keep my eyes on your results and maybe pop in at local galas sometime."

It won't be the same without Kev around poolside. He's welcome to pop in to cheer us on anytime.



We have lifted the trophy for Top Visiting Club at the Swim Out Of Your Skins meet!


Good luck to all our swimmers competing in the Swim Out Of Your Skins meet this weekendπŸ’ͺ


Good luck to our (ex-)coach, Kev, who is battling his way around 72 holes of golf in this heat. β˜€οΈπŸ₯΅πŸ¦ž

Kev and his "Soton Hackers" team are raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support. You can donate to the cause here: https://longestdaygolf.macmillan.org.uk/Team/sotonhackers

Or if you happen to spot them on the fairway, perhaps bring them an ice cream or a nice cold drink. 🍧


Photos from Eastleigh Swim Club's post 15/06/2022

Congratulations to our Performance squad swimmers, Elliott and Frazer Waghorn, who competed in the World Triathlon in Leeds last weekend. This was an awesome experience for them using the famous blue mats that the famous athletes used that very afternoon (Jonny Brownlee, Alex Yee and Georgia Taylor-Brown). 🀩

Elliott and Frazer are both very keen triathletes and have been learning the 3 disciplines (swim, bike, run and 2 transitions) since they were 8 years old.

Elliott was lucky enough to be in the British Triathlon South Central academy having recorded some excellent results in events and trials. He learnt an awful lot from them during this time including a weeks camp away, which he thoroughly enjoyed.

British Triathlon have made it clear that nationally our participants need to do better at swimming. There is a real drive in this discipline.

Elliott and Frazer joined Eastleigh Swim Club a few years ago and have massively improved their technique and stamina under our coaching team and we are delighted to see their achievements as triathletes.

Rowan, their younger brother, starts at the Eastleigh Swim Club this Friday and he cannot wait. He is his brothers' most avid fan. He adores them both.

The brothers also train with Chapel Tri, based in Hamble, and the Waghorn family are happy to share details with anyone feeling inspired and wanting to give it a go.



Good luck to our Junior Arena League team that is competing at Places Leisure this evening 🦈

Photos from Eastleigh Swim Club's post 12/06/2022

Well done to some of our Junior Swimmers:
Isla, Izzy, Heather, Bobby, Ellis, Amélie, Aariana, Alzbeta and Will, who represented their schools at the Wi******ers Primary Schools Gala that took place at the Wi******er Sport and Leisure Park on Friday 10th June 22. The annual event made its return, welcoming 24 Wi******er schools and more than 200 children after two years of Covid cancellations. 🀩

A special mention goes to AmΓ©lie and Aariana that took part in both the girls IM and Freestyle relay. Their team won gold in both the relay finals! Well done girls! πŸ†


Rother League Division 1: Round 2 Report 12/06/2022

Rother League Division 1: Round 2 Report

Well done to all our swimmers that raced in the Rother League Division 1: Round 2 last night. The team swam well against very strong opposition to finish in fourth place with third, fourth and fifth positions separated by a just handful of points. 🀩

The report is now available on the club website: https://www.eastleighsc.com/news/rother-league-division-1--round-2-report/86851


Rother League Division 1: Round 2 Report Strong swims by our team against tough opposition


All set for Rother League round 2 πŸ‘



Good luck to our team competing in round 2 of the Rother League this evening πŸ’ͺ


Goodbye and good luck to our Senior Girls Captain, Sophie Jones, who is flying to the USA tomorrow to work at Camp America. βœˆπŸ‘‹

Sophie is loved by all the young swimmers she teaches and coaches and has been an inspirational captain and great role model since joining the club a few years ago.

We will miss you! Have an amazing time!

With Sophie and Molly both crossing the ocean this week, America is going to have some breaststroke sprint team!



Good luck to the lovely Molly Oakley who heads off to America on Friday. βœˆοΈπŸ‘‹

One of the nicest people you could meet and one of our top five fastest breaststrokers of all time. Have an amazing time! We will miss you!


Our Swim the Distance in June challenge! 08/06/2022

Our Swim the Distance in June challenge!

We are very impressed by Ben and Abi Negus from our Age Group Performance and J3a squads who are working their way through marathon 50km and 10km sponsored swims during the month of June, all in aid of bone cancer research, a cause very close to their hearts.

If you’d like to donate to this great cause, their JustGiving link is below.


Our Swim the Distance in June challenge! 2 days to go until the official start! Ben put in 3km yesterday and Abi did β€˜loads’ - I think I’m going to have to keep a closer eye on her length count!


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Great swimming by our Juniors this evening in the Junior Arena League. Well done to the whole team! We were particularly impressed by the courage and talent shown by our youngest team members: Bella, Lucy, Dylan and Seren and the support given by their (slightly) older teammates. 🀩⭐️

Some very proud parents in the spectators' gallery and around the poolside windows too. πŸ‘




Good luck to all our swimmers who are sitting exams over the next few weeks from all your teammates, coaches and the whole Eastleigh SC family. πŸ€πŸ€žπŸ“’πŸ“–πŸ“šπŸ§ 



First place in Rother League Round 1!! πŸ†

Congratulations to all our swimmers! πŸ‘πŸ€©

1st Eastleigh Swim Club
2nd Andover SC
3rd Locks Heath SC
4th City Of Southampton SC
5th Bassett JSF
6th Seaclose SC
7th Romsey & Totten SC



Good luck to our team competing in round 1 of the Rother League this evening πŸŠβ€β™‚οΈπŸŠπŸ’¦


Regional Championship Report - Weekend 2 05/05/2022

Regional Championship Report - Weekend 2

Head Coach's report from the second weekend of the Regional Championships, including PBs, finals, club records for ⭐Fraser⭐ and ⭐Frank⭐ and a farewell race from Club Captain, ⭐Sophie⭐.



Regional Championship Report - Weekend 2 Head Coach's report from the second weekend of the South East Regional Championships, including a farewell swim from Club Captain, Sophie

Latest club news 26/04/2022

Latest club news

South East Regional Championships weekend 1 report is now on the club website. Lots of good swims and an excellent silver medal for ⭐Damian⭐.



Latest club news Latest news from the club


Meet reports for the Swim Wales National Champs, including a beautiful medal for ⭐️Rhyseren⭐️, and the recent Level 1 meet at Portsmouth are now published on the club website.


Well done to all our competitors at these meets. 🀩


Spectator ticket sales at High Wycombe - ASA South East Region website 20/04/2022

Spectator ticket sales at High Wycombe - ASA South East Region website

Spectator ticket sales at High Wycombe - ASA South East Region website Ticket sales will open at 6pm on Wednesday 20th April. We are delighted to be able to welcome spectators to all our Youth Championship (15yrs and over) events at High Wycombe. Day tickets are available for the Championships on 30th April and 1st and 2nd May. Spectators are welcome to watch the long....

Photos from Eastleigh Swim Club's post 04/04/2022

Saturday evening saw our junior swimmers invited over to Waterlooville to compete in Havant & Waterlooville SC's Development Meet. This competition was for junior swimmers aged 11 and under and, for some, was their first taste of competitive swimming events.

Not only did the team come back with medals and set loads of new PBs, they also roared on their teammates, showed courage to overcome pre-race nerves and, most importantly, everyone had a lot of fun. Rarely have we seen so many swimmers grinning at their teammates mid-race!

The highlights of the event were:

⭐️ Emily B - entered and set PBs in every event, winning bronze in 50m breaststroke, 50m backstroke and 100m IM
⭐️ Emilia I - swam strongly in freestyle and especially in 50m breaststroke where she finished fourth, just missing bronze by a fingernail
⭐️ Orla T - competed in her first ever competition and swam excellently to set new personal bests in freestyle and breaststroke
⭐️ Bella G - our youngest competitor, aged just 7, she competed in her first ever competition and she excelled in breaststroke, finishing in seventh position.
⭐️ Alzbeta S - entered all the events and swam a fantastic 50m breaststroke in which she won silver just 0.07 seconds away from gold.
⭐️ Izzy T - entering just her second competition, she smashed her PBs in both her events by over 6 seconds and finished an excellent 6th in 50m breaststroke.
⭐️ Abi N - also entering just her second competition, Abi swam a strong 50m freestyle and an amazing 100m IM, in which she had an excellent start off the blocks.
⭐️ Bobby B - another entrant for all the events and with all PBs, Bobby won silver in 50m breaststroke and took 4th place in 50m backstroke and 7th in her other events.
⭐️ Camille M - in just her second competition, Camille won almost all her heats and set PBs for all the events. Her starts were really impressive off the blocks and excellent technique in the races.
⭐️ Alice D - showed huge progress in her technique in all her events, setting PBs in each race. An excellent 6th place in 50m breaststroke.
⭐️ Sammy S - aged just 8, entered all the events and won an amazing three gold medals for 50m breaststroke, 50m butterfly and 100m IM.
⭐️ Ellis H - entered his first competition, Ellis set great first PBs for freestyle and breaststroke and was one of the top cheerleaders for his teammates!
⭐️ Alex S - entered all the events and seemed to be matched head-to-head against his brother, Sammy, in most heats. Won a great bronze medal in 50m breaststroke.
⭐️ Evan W - in just his second competition, Evan smashed a huge 6 seconds off his butterfly PB to finish in sixth place and set new PBs for freestyle and breaststroke.

Well done everyone! Your coaches, team managers and families are all very proud of you. 🀩

We are hopeful of more events over the coming months that allow our junior swimmers the opportunity to compete against other young swimmers at local clubs. The Junior Arena League will be running again this year and our young swimmers will have their fingers crossed that Head Coach, Paul, selects them for that team.


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