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The Seahorse Swim 2017

Thank you to everyone, competitors and volunteers alike, who helped make the 2017 Seahorse Swim the best one yet! The Seahorse Swim is such a friendly and fun event and this has put it firmly on the list of must-do events for many swimmers. Sunshine and a calm sea greeted the 262 swimmers who started this

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Club Members Our thriving Club is supported entirely by volunteers : people like you! Even if you don't fancy a dip in the sea, we can always do with more help.You could: – walk the beach, ensuring swimmers have a safe enjoyable experience – man one of our safety canoes as a qualified lifeguard. – take the register so we know all our swimmers are accounted for – help prepare refreshments and hot drinks. And if that hasn't whetted your appetite, Mark Vides will happily get you involved You can contact Mark by email: edowscmemsec@gmail.com
Join Us We are a group of open water swimming enthusiasts of varying abilities. Our members range from competitive swimmers and triathletes to social swimmers who enjoy swimming in relative safety with like-minded people. Swimmers are organised into small groups of similar abilities. When possible, the club arranges for safety cover in the form of accompanying kayaks and beach walking observers

Tuesday sessions for Club Members will recommence 25 April 2017 (6pm for 6.15pm start) through to mid-Oct and Sunday sessions for experienced club open water swimmers will begin 30 Apr 2017 (10am for 10.15am start).

Taster sessions for new members are available on the following Tuesdays: 13th June, 20th June, 27th June, 11th July, 8th August and 12th September (unless notified otherwise).

You will find more information on the Club and how to book a taster session and become a member under the About menu tab.
Are you taking part in this year’s Seahorse Swim? If so there’s some important information on the Seahorse Swim Facebook Group. The information has also been emailed to entrants so please check you inboxes. You can download the PDF file here. Join the Seahorse Swim Facebook Group now to makes sure you’re up to date with the latest information as well as discussion about the event. Here’s a reminder of last year’s event at beautiful at Knoll Beach. EDOWSC Seahorse Swim, Studland Bay, Dorset from Hayley Barnard on Vimeo.

Featured Articles

Rother Valley

ASA South West Region Open Water Officials Training 2017

Enjoy the benefits of sun, sea and sand whilst judging a swimming event! Development course for new officials: Saturdays 27 May (classroom) and 3 June (practical).

ASA South West Region Open Water Swimmers’ Development Course 2017

To introduce swimmers aged 12 to 17 years into this growing element of our sport and develop skills for open water swimming.
Part 1 – Workshops, land training & pool exercises on 27 May 2017 at Wells Pool.
Part 2 – Open water swimming skills and practice on 3 June 2017 at Preston Beach, Weymouth.

Marathon Talent Identification

British Swimming is working in association with the Great Swim Series to utilise a programme of mass participation events this summer to identify new marathon swimming talent.

Swim England National Open Water Festival 2017

The Festival will return to Rother Valley Country Park in 2017 for two days of competition, incorporating the National Open Water Masters Championships, the National Open Water Age Group Championships and amass participation event for swimmers of all abilities.

Seahorse Swim 2014

EDOWSC Membership Applications 2017

The Membership year for EDOWSC and Swim England runs from 1 Jan to 31 Dec. We hope you will enjoy swimming with us in 2017. We have completed our Membership return for those indicating they wished to renew their membership. Read on for details of how to join our Club.

Mark Shakles

29 EDOWSC members complete Brownsea Swim 2016

Following on from a summer of outstanding Channel Achievements, EDOWSC members put in a strong showing in the 2016 Brownsea Swim. In challenging conditions. 29 EDOWSC swimmers finished the race. View results.

Seahorse Swim

The Seahorse Swim 2017

Thank you to everyone, competitors and volunteers alike, who helped make the 2017 Seahorse Swim the best one yet! The Seahorse Swim is such a friendly and fun event and this has put it firmly on the list of must-do events for many swimmers. Sunshine and a calm sea greeted the 262 swimmers who started this

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Events

The Seahorse Swim 2017

Thank you to everyone, competitors and volunteers alike, who helped make the 2017 Seahorse Swim the best one yet! The Seahorse Swim is such a friendly and fun event and this has put it firmly on the list of must-do events for many swimmers. Sunshine and a calm sea greeted the 262 swimmers who started this

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Competitions

The Seahorse Swim 2017

Thank you to everyone, competitors and volunteers alike, who helped make the 2017 Seahorse Swim the best one yet! The Seahorse Swim is such a friendly and fun event and this has put it firmly on the list of must-do events for many swimmers. Sunshine and a calm sea greeted the 262 swimmers who started this

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Social

Training Session 16 May

Club Social 23 May 2017

Tues 23 May is the first Club Social of our openwater season at Shore Road, Poole. Please bring some food and /or drink to share and stay and have a chat after your swim. Happy swimming!

Swim 21

ASA Level 2 Award Coaching Open Water Swimming (QCF) Jul-Sep 2017

Venue 1: Vobster Quay, Upper Vobster BA3 5SDVenue 1: Vobster Quay, Upper Vobster BA3 5SD
Venue 2: PFP Leisure – Trowbridge Sports Centre, Wiltshire
Start Date: 22 Jul 2017
Closing date for applications: 8 Jul 2017
Tutors: Elizabeth Janet Slack, ASA South West Region, Robert Moore.
This qualification is aimed at Level 2 Swimming or Triathlon Coaches who want to acquire specialist knowledge delivering open water swimming sessions to a range of participants.

Videos

Open Water Swim Training Tips from Peter Stoychev

Petar Stoychev (the first person to swim the English Channel under 7 hours) gave some training tips to competitors of the Chillswim Coniston 5.25 mile swim.

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Interview with Tom Kean

Tom’s early morning swim has lead to a rapidly growing open-water swimming business

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