Sharks Swimming Club
We are a swimming club where you can learn to swim, compete in team galas and individual "open" galas. Our training sessions go from beginners, through development of swimming techniques and onto coaching sessions and masters.
The sessions are held at Sandbach Leisure Centre,and Sandbach Boys school.
Please volunteer to help run Sharkies: read more
Latest emails can be found on the News page.
If you would like to enter, please speak to or email Tanya asap as the entries are on a first-come, first-served basis.More Details
Long course training times at Liverpool: Training times (PDF)
Read the: Revised Club Handbook
Easter Holidays: There will be no swimming sessions on Good Friday or Easter Sunday. All other sessions should continue as normal except for Thursday.Sharkies sessions do not run during school holidays (an extra session has been added for Sharkies on a Friday due to swimathon).
Summer term starts Wed 23rd, Fri 25th, Sat 26th April. No lessons at half term. Full details: Summer term times (PDF 209kb).
Seniors, juniors, swordfish please check your name on this list. Carolyn would like to take a full team to the Manchester Non-qualifier gala.
Sharks Swimmers recently competed in the English Schools' Swimming Association NorthWest division championships at Bolton 1 on 15th February.There were some good results, great Pb's and some medal placings too! Swimmers included: Jake Webb (Brereton Primary), Luca Caccamo (Elworth CE Primary), Alex Jefferies (Wheelock Primary), Thomas Richardson, Marcus Cook, Joshua Wilson, Ed Deathridge and Harry Myers.
Results are now available on the Results page.
Sandbach Sharks Swimming Club took their biggest ever team to the North Midlands Championships in January. There were 78 personal bests achieved out of a total of 118 swims. Notably, fantastic achievements were made by Tom Bloor and Aaron Briscall.
16years old Tom made it to the podium after collecting bronze in 50m butterfly, silvers in 50m, 100m, 200m freestyle and 4th in 100m Individual Medley. Aaron, who only recently returned to competing following a collar bone injury, came an impressive 3rd overall in the 10 years age group. Full report