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40th Anniversary Celebration

posted Sep 5, 2018, 7:55 AM by Cockermouth Swimming Club

A big thank you to FROCs (Friends of Cockermouth Swimming Club) for organising our fantastic 40th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday 1st September, to all who were able to attend and for the messages from those who couldn't make it.  We even had one arrive all the way from Barcelona because she didn't want to miss it!

If you weren't there you missed a fantastic evening with our family, Cockermouth Swim Club

Jacob makes British Para Academy

posted Jul 16, 2018, 9:52 AM by Cockermouth Swimming Club

After just a short time at Cockermouth Jacob Leech has been successful in achieving a place on  British Swimmings para academy targeting Tokyo 2020.
Well done Jacob


posted Feb 26, 2018, 11:21 AM by Cockermouth Swimming Club   [ updated Sep 5, 2018, 6:55 AM ]

Commonwealth Games 2018

posted Jan 7, 2018, 4:50 AM by Cockermouth Swimming Club   [ updated Jan 7, 2018, 4:52 AM ]

Great start to 2018 season.  Luke Greenbank pre qualified for Commonwealth Games is Joined by fellow Cockermouth Para Swimmer Jacob Leach.

British Para Trials - Day 2

posted Apr 24, 2016, 10:46 AM by Cockermouth Swimming Club

Men's 100 Bk.  Luke Reeson and Jacob Leach swam fantastic heats both making finals and improving their times in the finals.  Another great day for the Cockermouth guys.

British Para trials day 1

posted Apr 24, 2016, 1:50 AM by Cockermouth Swimming Club

What a great start to the event with Luke Reeson, Jacob Leach and Grant Taylor all competing in the men's 100 FC.  The heats saw each of them produce PB's  with ALL three progressing into the 3 finals.  The Finals again saw all three step up such the Cockermouth finished with 3 swimmers in the top 16 in the country.  A great start to the meet.
Not content with one great swim Luke followed this swim with a 5 second improvement on his heat swim in the 100 BR to produce a massive 2.5 second PB.

Olympic Trials - Day 6

posted Apr 17, 2016, 8:55 AM by Cockermouth Swimming Club   [ updated Apr 18, 2016, 1:42 AM ]


One event left and well worth waiting for Luke Greenbank in the 200Bk.  Swimming a relaxed smooth heat Luke powered to a 1.58.00 leading the field in his heat and going fastest into the main final by 1.48 seconds.  Expect fireworks tonight!

What an amazing final with Luke winning in 1.57.79, outside the Rio consideration times but his first Senior National title.
Finals Presentation


posted Apr 16, 2016, 9:32 AM by Cockermouth Swimming Club   [ updated Apr 17, 2016, 12:55 AM ]

Tom turns it on for 200 IM.  With Luke resting for tomorrow we only had one swimmer taking part this morning,  Tom Millburn.  Tom showed massive versatility with a new 1.5 sec PB he cruised into the Junior final with a 2.09.25.

Off like a bullet Tom swam a great fly leg but possibly took a little too much out of the tank finishing in 2.10.16, for 9th, another great swim faster than he had ever been prior to trials.

Olympic Trials Day 4

posted Apr 15, 2016, 8:04 AM by Cockermouth Swimming Club   [ updated Apr 15, 2016, 11:39 AM ]

After a day's rest at trials Ed and Luke were today joined by Tom Millburn who swam the 1500m FC.   After a steady start he soon got into his rhythm posting a time of 16.22.53 just outside his PB.  Ed was in his favourite event today and made sure of a centre lane place in the Tokyo 22 final with a PB busting 2.15.6, beating his PB by 0.2 of a second and finishing 11th overall.
The plan for today for Luke was to race the morning but look to pull from this evenings session to concentrate on the 200Bk later in the week.  however so good was his heat swim that he placed himself right in contention in the Tokyo 22 final, with a 0.5 s PB in 54.3.


Another amazing evening in Glasgow for the Ed and Luke, both of who smashed their PBs securing 3rd in the 200 Br in a European Junior nomination time of 2.15.15 and 1st for Luke in the 100fly Tokyo 22 final in 54.02 .
The is make the 4th consecutive year that Cockermouth have represented their Team GB with 4 different swimmers.  A massive well done to both 😃👍🏻💪🏻💪🏻🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

Olympic Trials - Day 2

posted Apr 13, 2016, 2:04 PM by Cockermouth Swimming Club

Luke wins Target Tokyo 100 Bk
After a poor start in the heats this morning Luke just missed the men's final.  Swimming in the Tokyo Twenty Twenty final Luke won easily, in 55.02 a fantastic time, setting him up for the 200 Bk on Sunday.
100'Bk Break out

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