Northumberland Hub 2018/2019 season: The following swimmers will be taking part in the Hub this year: Harry Courtney, Shay Lowery, Megan Coldwell and Kate Salthouse.
Please note the following gala dates for your diaries. More information on each of the galas will be posted on the Events Calendar page when published by the hosting club. South Tyneside Meet 28-29th September, Carlisle Meet 4-6th October, Newcastle Invitational Meet 13th October, Short Course NERs Sheffield 2-3rd November, Alnwick Invitational Meet 9th November,... Continue Reading →
Head Coach at Tynedale Swimming Club and Head of Swimming for Active Northumberland, Mark Seymour with Maddy Duffy following the 200 Breast Stroke. From the age of four, Maddy progressed through the Wentworth swim stages 1-10 then joined Tynedale Swimming Club at the Wentworth with Mark as her coach ......achieving her first national medal age... Continue Reading →
David Cumberlidge completed the 50m and 100m Freestyle double with victory in the one-lap splash and dash on the penultimate day of the British Summer Championships 2017. Cumberlidge’s time in the 50m Free final at Ponds Forge truly caught the eye as he clocked a lifetime best 22.03 to retain the title he lifted 12... Continue Reading →
A HEXHAM teenager marked five years since a life-saving transplant by setting three world records in the pool. And Alicia Armstrong (16), who this week returned from the World Transplant Games in Spain with four gold and two silver medals in swimming, is taking the opportunity to promote the importance of organ donation. Back in... Continue Reading →
Huge congratulations to three of our young members who as part of the Swim England Performance Pathway for 2017/2018 have been selected for the following: Megan Coldwell for the Northumberland & Durham County Development Programme Camps. Christian Ryan for the North East Region Development Programme Camps. Madeleine Duffy for the Swim England National Development Programme & County... Continue Reading →
JUST months after major spinal surgery, a Hexham swimmer was back on the gold trail. And Tynedale Swimming Club member Grace Courtney’s (14) determination to get back in the water after an operation to insert metal rods in her back saw her return from the British Blind Sport National Youth Gala with three gold medals,... Continue Reading →
THE ripple caused by young swimmers from Tynedale have been felt further afield. For members of Tynedale Swimming Club have done the club proud outside the district, the small Hexham-based club enjoying numerous successes in recent weeks. Hot prospect David Cumberlidge again led the way, and he will again represent British Swimming in the World... Continue Reading →