Girls 14 and under 4 x 100 freestyle team final





Two-time Junior League national champions Southport made their first National Arena B Final debut, after a surprise second place in the North West final.

Swimming Times March 2019 “It’s an immense achievement for a small club like ours with only 130 members,” said head coach Mark Patrickson. “Everyone is excited about it.

“Some of our senior swimmers were with us as nine to 12-year-olds when we won our Junior League national titles in 2008 and 2009.

There will be no training at Marshside on Saturday 4th December.

Southport Swimming Club can boast coaching another International athlete
Congratulations to Olivia Logan who trains in the A/Tri squad, has recently been selected by British Triathlon to compete in the European Junior championships. Olivia has been a consistent member of the club since she was 8 yrs old. Competing at all levels from the Micro League Team through to the senior team. A big congratulations go out to her on the selection, it’s down to all the hard work she has put in.

Look out Georgia Taylor-Brown, Olivia is on the rise.

Also climbing the Tri ladder is Josh Geary and Gabby Hodson who have moved up from the North West Academy into the Tri England “Next Generation” Academy after recent trials, moving them up into the top few athletes in their age groups in the country. Well done to both

The 2022 Lancashire County Age Group and Championships will take place over three weekends.

Saturday 22nd Sunday 23rd January
Saturday 29th Sunday 30th January
Saturday 5th Sunday 6th February

All three weekend with be at Liverpool Aquatics Centre, as Manchester Aquatics Centre will be closed for refurbishment during this time. As Liverpool’s spectator capacity is less than a third of Manchester’s, spectator seating will be issued via a ticket system, more information in the coming months. Because of this we will be heavily relying on our streamed live output during the event.

We are currently planning to stream all three weekends, to help keep the entry price of the championships down we looking for companies to partner with us to reduce the cost to the swimmer. If you know of any companies or individual who would be able to support us, please could they contact Rick Atkinson directly

The programme of events is currently being working on and once a draft version is available it will be published, as in previous year, there will be finals for 50 and 100 metre events.

Consideration times will be the same as they were in 2020 and have published below, times will be accepted from the 1st January 2020 and 31st December 2021 from a licensed meet (Levels 1,2,3,4 & Level X), no split times will be accepted.


Well done to the four below swimmers

  • Heather Maw
  • Dylan Foster
  • Nikolai Pitera
  • Eboni Thoburn

In being recognised by British Swimming and selected for Swim England National Development Programme 2021-2022

Hi there everyone, as you will know the competition season is starting again, which is great. However, gala’s cannot be run without Officials.

There are two levels of Official, J1 and J2. These are not difficult qualifications to achieve and if you have in the past spent some time watching your child going up and down, you may have a fair idea of what should happen.
At the moment the course can be done partly online, then the practical during a local competition. We are obliged to supply Officials at some competitions or can be fined.

If you are interested in helping us out, please get in touch with either myself or Bob Thompson, who is our qualifed Referee.