A fantastic end to a very successful season for the City of Cardiff Swimming Club at the Swim Wales Summer Open held over 7 days in the National Pool in Swansea from 1-7 August 2016. CCSC sent a team of 73 swimmers who achieved a host of new pbs and winning a staggering 62 medals:… Read more »

Cardiff compete outdoors at Stuttgart Swimmfest

City of Cardiff Swimming Club sent a team of 32 swimmers to compete in the 41st Internationales Stuttgarter Schwimmfest on 18/19 June. Many of the swimmers competed for the first time in an outdoor pool and endured a number of races in heavy rain! The team flew from Birmingham airport to Stuttgart on Thursday afternoon… Read more »

Younger Swimmers enjoy Torfaen Dolphins Meet

City of Cardiff attended a fantastic meet in Bristol run by Torfaen Dolphins. It was a great friendly atmosphere and the swimmers loved the relaxed environment. Coach Dale commented “City of Cardiff swimmers achieved many awesome pb’s all weekend. The races were executed with great race skills.” The Team won many medals over the weekend… Read more »

Fast swimming at the Cardiff International Open Meet 2016

The City of Cardiff’s premier open meet was held on the weekend of 27, 28 and 29 May at the Cardiff International Pool. This was one of the last chances for swimmers to post fast times to qualify for both British and Welsh national championships, so it was very well supported with 900 swimmers competing… Read more »

Cardiff swimmers on the road to Rio via London

City of Cardiff Swimming Club Elite Swimmer, Chloe Tutton has continued her fantastic 2016 with a Bronze Medal in the 100m Breaststroke at the Len European Aquatics Championships in London. Chloe swam in the prelims, semi finals & Finals in the 100m & 200m breaststroke and in the latter event reached the Final as the… Read more »

Cardiff swimmers on fire in Newport

We had a big contingent of Cardiff swimmers at the City of Newport Spring Open meet, with some experienced racers and some swimmers who are still fairly new to racing at open meets like this. The Club had an outstanding weekend – the swimmers were on fire in the pool, racking up best times in… Read more »

Winning Ways at Welsh Nationals

The Easter weekend saw the City of Cardiff swimmers travel to Swansea for four days of intense competition at the Welsh Long Course Championships, which is the first major competition in the long course season. The format of the meet changed this year, with swimmers grouped in two year age bands as opposed to single… Read more »

Successful 2016 Tiger Bay Open Meet

City of Cardiff Swimming Club hosted 45 clubs with around 700 swimmers at their 7th Tiger Bay Open Meet in the Cardiff International Pool. The Level Three meet gives younger swimmers the chance to race Long Course in the 50m pool and this year CCSC extended the events for Para Swimmers. The meet commenced on… Read more »