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Manchester Snow'Pen Meet 2014 - Conditions and Entry File
Manchester Snow'Pen Meet 2014
Friday 19th to Sunday 21st December

Please click on the relevant link to download:
Conditions
Entry file (Hy-Tek)

We look forward to seeing you there.
Manchester Non-National Results
The results for the Manchester Non-National Meet are available here
COMAST Meets 2014

Dates for your diary

Manchester Open May 10th/11th

COMAST Summer non national qualifier long course graded meet July 12th

Manchester Snowpen December 19th-21st

Entry details will be posted for the Manchester open shortly  


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World Triathlon Championships & UK School Games
Firstly, congratulations to Eleni Papadopoulos who won a silver medal at the 2013 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final: Paratriathlon Female Tri-3. The Grand Final took place in London on 11th September. Eleni was first out of the water in just under 10:00 and finished the course in a time of 1:24.06. Congratulations Eleni!

Secondly, congratulations to four of our Beacon and Youth Squad swimmers who were selected to swim at the Sainsbury's UK School Games which took place at Pond's Forge, Sheffield on the 14th and 15th September. Lucy Davis competed for England North whilst Brearnna Close, Brad Ratcliffe and Adam Toone competed for England Central.

Well done to Brearnna for the five medals she won: Gold in 100 Fly, 200 Fly, 4x200 Free Team, Silver in 4x100 Free Team and Bronze in 4x100 Medley Team. Also, well done to Lucy for four medals she won: Gold in 4x100 Free Team, Silver in 200 Free, 200 IM and 4x200 Free Team. England North and England Central finished second and third respectively in the overall points totals.
World Junior Championships 2013
Congratulations to Jessica Fullalove who came home from the FINA World Junior Championships 2013 with a Silver and a Bronze medal.

The championships, which were help in Dubai from August 26th-31st, are for the next generation of elite athletes under 18 years of age.

Jess won a bronze medal in the 100m Backstroke in a time of 1:01.27. She then went on to win a silver medal in the 4x100m Medley Relay on the backstroke leg.

Congratulations!
ASA National Swimming Championships - Age Group and Youth
Congratulations to all swimmers who competed for City of Manchester Aquatics over the 12-days of competition at the ASA National Swimming Championships in the Age Groups, Open Water, Youth, Open and MC events.

At the National Age Groups we had 6 individual swimmers and 3 relay teams in attendance. Rebecca Fell swam in 4 Finals and finished 13th in her age group in the BAGCATs. Well done to all the girls who swam in both individual and relay events, there were lots of PB's all round.

At the Open Water Championships, Jen Titterington won a silver medal in the 19-24yrs 3km race. On the Monday, Lauren Toms then followed this up with another silver in the 17/18yrs 2km race.

The National Youth Championships followed this event where COMAST finished Top Female Club with 121 points. Jess Fullalove was also awarded the Alan Lawrence Trophy for the Top Youth Female Swimmer of the meet. The team finished 3rd in the medal table with a total of 8 gold, 9 silver and 8 bronze medals in addition to lots of PB's, semi-final and final swims.

Well done to all involved!


 
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This is the official website of COMAST, City of Manchester Aquatics Swim Team, the premier Swimming Club in Manchester which caters for swimmers of all abilities who wish to develop and improve their performances through structured coaching in a competitive yet friendly environment at one of the world's leading facilities.

Swimmers of all ages from Manchester and the surrounding area are invited to come along and experience the very best of what swimming has to offer and join a club that is going places.

Club Philosophy

The COMAST development programme is designed to encourage swimmers of all abilities to enter a competitive environment with enjoyment being the main focus.

Squads are structured so that swimmers can naturally progress at their own pace to reach their individual levels of ambition, ability and application.

In order to achieve this regular competition is provided at all levels which not only enhances performance, but serves to act as a measure of progress.

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Manchester Aquatics Centre, home to COMAST, is a purpose-built, state-of-the-art swimming facility, close to the centre of Manchester, that stands as a fantastic legacy to the success of the Commonwealth Games in 2002.