The annual Galway SC Jimmy Cranny memorial meet took place on Sunday 19th December in Leisureland with 47 swimmers representing Galway SC at the meet, PB times & podiums placing’s were aplenty & brought to a close a positive end to the 2016 season.
Swim Connacht Sprint Gala, hosted by Laser Swimming Club, will be held in Kingfisher NUIG on January 28th next. Warm up 5.30pm, gala start time 6pm. Please see attached for details of events and gala entry collection. Good luck to all our swimmers taking part!
Here’s all the results of the G.S.C Time Trials that were held at Christmas!!
Please see attached Competition notice for Gerry Ryan Gala in UL on January 21st, 2017. Kindly note the new procedures for submitting entries and payment of entry fees, thank you.
Here’s the first PIA for 2017. We would like to wish all our Parents a Happy New Year and all the very best in 2017.
To register your swimmers for our Open Assessment please email email@example.com, only swimmers registered via email will be assessed!
PLEASE SEE UPDATED PIA ROSTER POSTED DECEMBER 28TH 2016 _____________________________________________________________________ This PIA roster is no longer correct, please see PIA posted 28th Dec, 2016
Here’s the report on the recent Irish Short Course Championships which a team of 9 G.S.C swimmers attended this year.
Here’s the results of the 2nd G.S.C Graded Time trials – the breast & fly!!
Galway Swimming Club would like to invite all our members and their families to take part in our Christmas Fundraiser – CHRISTMAS CAROLLING. It will be held outside Matt O’Flaherty’s Chemist / Brown...
Iron is an important nutrient for all growing children, and here’s why………….
The Connacht Senior Schools Swimming Championships will be held in
Athlone Regional Sports Centre on
Sunday January 8th 2017 commencing at 8am
The Jimmy Cranny Christmas Gala takes place on Sunday, December 18th 2016 in Leisureland. See attached notice for full details on gala fee collection and entries. Swimmers should speak with their coach before submitting their entries.
Muscle cramps are a common condition experienced by competitive swimmers over the course of their swimming career. Here is what you need to know about preventing muscle cramps for swimmers.
They are the worst…
More sleep = more swimming awesomeness. Sleep extension—getting 9-10 hours of sleep per night—can inflict serious improvement on performance in the water!!
Eating the right foods and enough of them will help to keep you healthy and perform well in your sport. To do this, you need to eat a variety of foods to make sure you are getting all the nutrients you need.