Nottingham Northern Swimming Club

Nottingham Northern Swimming Club logoNottingham Northern Swimming Club is a friendly and competitive swimming club which welcomes both female and male swimmers of all abilities from the age of five years old.

Training Sessions are held five times a week; three times at Harvey Hadden Sports Village and once each at Ken Martin Leisure Centre and at Nottingham High School. The club organises an annual Nottingham Northern Junior Open Meet in June each year and enters swimmers in a range of Galas throughout the year.



Current Notices

Teaching and Coaching Incentive Scheme: The club has introduced a NNSC Teaching and Coaching Incentive Scheme to encourage more parents and swimmers to become teachers and coaches.

Training Equipment: Training Equipment is now available to order from the desk on Fridays and Sundays. For details and prices of the new kit please see this document. An order will be placed after the sessions on Friday 15th December 2017 and Friday 19th January 2018.

Club Champs 2017 Cake

Club Championships 2017: Congratulations to all who took part in the Club Champs this year. You can now access the Complete Results of all the sessions. Updated PB lists have been published to the Swimmers Page and the Club Records have been updated with the three new records set this year by Katie Macdonald, Christy Byrne and Emily Venkatesan.

Presentation Evening 2017: The club's annual club presentation evening took place at the Richard Herrod Centre on Foxhill Road in Carlton on Saturday 25th November 2017, starting at 7pm. Congratulations to all those who were awarded with trophies, certificates and prizes, and thanks to all who helped to organise this successful event. Photos are available from a link on the Swimmers Page.

Pool Closures: Due to pool closures at Harvey Hadden Sports Village, we have moved some of our Sunday sessions to John Carroll Leisure Centre, Denman Street Central, Nottingham, NG7 3PS. We will begin at the earlier time of 12 noon, finishing at 1 pm. Those who swim in the first session only will swim at 12-12.30 and those who normally swim in the second session only will swim at 12.30 - 1 pm. Other swimmers will swim 12-1 pm. The last sessions that will be at John Carroll this year is on Sunday 17th December 2017. For more details please see this document. If any training sessions have to be cancelled due to any unforeseen circumstances, announcements will be issued by email. Please ensure the club has an up to date email address for you to ensure you receive alerts.

Christmas Holidays 2017: The last training session before the Christmas break will be on Friday 22nd December 2017 and the first session back after the break will be on Wednesday 3rd January 2018.

50m Training Sessions: Training sessions using the full 50 metre pool at Harvey Hadden are available every month for swimmers from the top four lanes. These sessions take place from 5-6 pm on Sundays and the next dates are 26th November 2017, 14th January 2018, 18th February 2018 and 18th March 2018. Book your places in advance with the team on the desk at training sessions.

Friends of Northern: The club has launched a "Friends of Northern" group to help former members keep in contact with the club. Please read more here.

Ripley Rascals January Open Meet: This will be held on Sunday 7th January 2018 at the ARC in Matlock. This is usually a great open meet to attend. Please get this date in your diary and look out for the entry forms, get one completed and return it to Rob MacDonald. If you have any questions then please feel free to ask either Rob or Ian. See the Galas and Diary Dates Page for information and entry forms.

Individual Medley Swimming Technique: Apart from the glide finish, this video shows how to swim IM really well!

Butterfly Training Drills: Check out these videos for some top tips on how to swim it great! - An intelligent, informative video showing some handy drills to help perfect a great butterfly stroke!. Do try this at home! A very efficient dolphin kick.

Breast Stroke Training Drills: Check out these videos for some top tips on how to swim it great! - A great video from Speedo showing and explaining each part of breast stroke. How to do a great breast stroke turn. Breast stroke whip kick is way faster than the wedge kick. Check out this video to see it in action. We will also be trying this drill!

Nottingham Northern Joins Facebook! From Ian: As the Head Coach of this great swimming club, may I encourage you to like our new Facebook page and view it regularly. On here you will find important club updates, videos of up and coming training drills which we will be using, and so much more. Please get connected today! Visit
Best Wishes
Ian Fahy - Head Coach - NNSC

Backstroke Training Drills: Focussing on back crawl - drills 2 & 3 on this video will be included in our training, so why not take a look at them now? Also Tap Tap Scissor Scissor - just watch the first drill! An impressive back crawl turn - how can you improve yours? How to do an awesome backcrawl start ...

Club Newsletter - August 2017: Please read the latest edition of the Northerner.

East Midlands Young Volunteers Programme: Swim England East Midlands has put together a programme of training events entitled "Leading the Lanes". These are free courses aimed at those aged 13 to 25 who want to volunteer within the sport. Please see details here.

Sport Nottinghamshire: Keep an eye on the Sport Nottinghamshire website for news and updates on sport in our county.

Just Swim app: The ASA have recently launched a new Just Swim website and app. It has three key sections, all of which have been developed to suit both the novice and the more experienced swimmer: distance goals, calorie burn goals and tips and advice for a better lifestyle. Visit the Just Swim website for more details or to download the app.

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