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East Invicta 2018 Swimming Championships
License:     3SE182217 & 3SE182218






24th November

Session 1 warm up 0900

Session 2 warm up 1300




25th November

Session 3 warm up 0900

Session 4 warm up 1300




1st December

Session 5 warm up 0900

Session 6 warm up 1300




2nd December

Session 7 warm up 0900

Session 8 warm up 1300


Programme of Events


Championship Records

Individual Entry form

Club Entry summary

Qualifying Times

Sportsystem Entry File

Guide to using SS file

Relay team sheet

Coach Registration              Accepted Entries                         




All elligible entries are normally accepted however your attention is drawn to the 800m and 1500m events where a fixed number of heats will be run for each event. A list of accepted entries will be publish as soon as practicable after they have been processed. If you are a licensed official or are a a J1 trainee please advise your availabillity to Georgina Bates.  



Junior Relays
There seems to be some ambiguity around the Junior relays these are for swimmers who should be under seventeen years as at the date of the Championship. The Sportssystem entry file cannot cope with 16/under as an age group so these were shown as 16/over to allow an entry file to be created. We apologise for any confusion that may have been caused.
2018 RESULTS  

Session 1


Session 4 Session 7 Top Swimmer

Session 2


Session 5 Session 8

Olympic Training


Session 3 Session 6  


medical consent



Rsults from previous years - click here


Olympic Training Camp – December 29th & 30th 2018


This year the Association have decided that the Olympic Training weekend day will take place on December 29th and 30th 2018 at Kingsmead Leisure Centre. Each day, swimmers will have two land training sessions and two pool training sessions. Caitlin McClatchy and Liam Tancock will be returning again as our hosts.


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Caitlin has represented Great Britain at three Olympic Games and was a finalist in the 200m Freestyle in both 2008 and 2012, she won bronze medals in the 400m freestyle at the 2005 World Championships and 2006 European Championships. Representing Scotland she won two gold medals at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.

Liam represented Great Britain at two Olympic Games. He is a three-time world champion and a four-time Commonwealth Games gold medallist and held the world record in the 50-metre backstroke (long course) until this year’s European Championships.


Swimmers will be selected to take part on the following basis:


The Top 5 swimmers in each individual age group- 9, 10, 11,12,13,14, 15+  70 swimmers in total, which were determined by the Bagcat results as set out in Championship Conditions namely:


  1. Best 50m
  2. Best 100m
  3. Best 200m Form stroke (back, breast, fly)
  4. Best freestyle from 200m, 400m, 800m or 1500m.
  5. Best Individual Medley from 100m, 200m or 400m (9 & 10 year swimmers will not take part in some of these events so will count only those they can enter.)