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We would like to start with the announcement that Stuart Jago has been
All correspondence will be sent blind copy officially taking over on a permeant
appointed as Runnymede‘s new Head Coach(BCC)
basis with effect from 1st November 2007. Stuart has been at Runnymede for
some 18 months as Assistant Coach and we are delighted that he is taking on
this new role within the Club. Stuart has been involved in swimming teaching and
coaching for many years and has a great deal of experience working in
competitive swimming clubs, he has some excellent ideas that we hope will move
RSC forward to the next level. We wish him every success in his new role and
hope that all members will join the Management Committee with their full
support in assisting Stuart and the Coaching Team in the future.
Over the next few weeks the Coaching Team will be looking at various ideas to improve and develop our current Club
structure; whilst we appreciate that there will be concerns from members about these it should be remembered that
change is good, new ideas and ways bring new energy and inspiration to any organization and a new Head Coach will not
work in the same way as their predecessor. In order for RSC to continue to develop and progress changes are necessary
and we are sure that you will all agree that in the long term change is for the best.
As this is my first report it will be short, but beware they will grow as the year progresses.
Firstly I would like to recognise and thank Paul for what he has achieved at RSC over the past seven years and employing
me last April, it has been a good and enjoyable year.
The season has in my opinion has started extremely well. Despite the emphasis on higher meterage and resistance
swimming there has been some good swims and results.
We had an excellent result in the first round of the National Speedo League, finishing in a creditable 4th place. There
were many great swims on the night and a very memorable 4th length in the 100 fly by Charlotte Davis. 100% effort from
all puts us in good stead for the 2nd round on 8th November. The team list is on the notice board so please tick ASAP that
you are available to swim. This gala is a TEAM EVENT and I would like to remind all swimmers (and parents) that
the team is expected to stay on poolside to support their teammates until the end of the gala. It is not
acceptable for swimmers to go off to get showered and changed half way through (you may be needed as a
reserve if someone is injured or becomes ill).
Good results from the Ipswich Open where there are too many medals and PB‘s to mention individually. However a special
mention to Ellie Pirrie who finished third top girl. Well done all.
Runnymede is already one of the top Essex clubs it has the potential to be No1. It has also achieved good results at
regional level. I believe that it can and will go further. With this in mind I would like to thank the swimmers and their
parents for there continuing support and look forward to our success in the future.
P.S. Just a reminder that morning sessions start at 5.30am, that is on poolside and ready to go at 5.30am.
Congratulations to Rebecca Scott
who was selected to represent Essex
At the National County Team Championships
held at Ponds Forge, Sheffield on 21st October.
Silver Squad and Gold Squads
Welcome to all those new swimmers in Silver and Gold squads that joined us at the start of September from trials at the
end of the summer. Training is going well in this group with early morning sessions Monday and Wednesday becoming
more popular with Coach Keith Muggleton. The new Saturday lunchtime sessions 1pm-2pm for Silver and Gold in the main
pool saw a record number of swimmers this weekend. Keep It Up!! This is a great session for Silver and Gold with plenty
of lane space to build up stamina and confidence in these squad swimmers.
September achievement trophies were presented to Freddie Taylor in Silver Squad and Ebony Talbot in Gold. Well done.
Congratulations go to Hannah John who is moving from Silver to Gold.
Early season training is progressing well. Friday nights, have seen a change, with the following black squad swimmers, Sian
Elmy, Abigail Brown, Alice Fraser, Lloyd Burton, Elliot Pratt, Zach Beale and Zach Whellams swimming in red squad to
give them some experience of these squad sessions for integration into red squad at some point in the near future.
A T 20 (timed front crawl 20 minute swim) was swum Wednesday morning October 3rd. Results in clubroom. This is a
good guide of the fitness of the swimmer, the aim being to swim as many lengths possible in a given time. Some good
distances were covered. Those that achieved over 1000m were as follows. Zac Whellams, Lloyd Burton, Sian Elmy, Zach
Beale, Abbie Brown, Elliot Hart, Lauren Beard, Roxy Goldfinch, Emily Muggleton, Matthew Davis, Rebecca Hayes.
Excellent effort from these swimmers the challenge is to now improve on it. For those who did not reach the 1000m then
you need to look at the number of times you swim a week and how consistent you are maintaining this from week to week.
We aim to repeat this session in six weeks time.
September achievement trophy went to Zach Whellams for his enthusiasm and hard work in training. Well done.
Would like to remind all Silver Gold and Black to be on poolside promptly for the warm up. This is an important part of
the swimming session which needs to be recognized. All too frequently swimmers are arriving goggles in hand when their
lane has already completed 200m of the warm up session.
1. Allows all the muscle groups to warm up.
2. Prevents injury.
3. Prepares mind and body for swimming session.
Well done to those swimmers taking part in club Champs to date. An excellent opportunity to try and achieve Essex
County times for after Christmas. Special mention to Sian Elmy, Emily Muggleton, Roxie Goldfinch, Sarah Ellis. Ellie
Mitchell, Erin Geoghegan, Zach Beale Lloyd Burton, Elliot Hart, Abbie Brown, Matthew Davis, Victoria Baynes, Byron
Wood, Luke Rock, Buster Townley, Oliver Ellis, Jack Williams, Matthew Haywood, William Clay, Daniel Nobes, Michael
Baynes, Madeline Knighton, Megan Beard, Hannah Shean, Brogan Smith, Sophie Haywood, Stephanie Lock, Rebecca
Horgan, Josie Magee, Freddie Taylor, Bailey Burton, Matthew Binstead, Lewis Kerr, George Knight, Zach Whellams, Tim
Gale, Calum Liddell.
All the above swimmers finished in the top eight places of there age group.
Mandy Smith Assistant Coach
wim bility Squad
An introductory six week course we organised for children with learning difficulties has
proved extremely popular. 15 children (ages 5-15) from Cedar Hall Special School are
taking part in the course which has given them the opportunity to train along side the
Junior Developments Squads on Saturdays 1-2pm. The aims of the course are to offer fun
opportunities to help develop their confidence and improve their swimming techniques, according to individual needs, as
well as to allow them to enjoy keeping fit! It is hoped by the end of the course they will feel able to join the club as full
time members and progress from the SwimAbility Squad to Junior Development Squads as their ability and confidence
The feedback from parents so far has indicated the children are really enjoying themselves and are loving the chance to
swim in a ―swimming club atmosphere‖. Some of the parents have commented on the lack of swimming club opportunities
for children with disabilities in the Castle Point area and are delighted RSC have introduced this new squad.
If you have any questions regarding the SwimAbility squad, or disability swimming, please get in touch.
Disability Liaison Officer
Saturday 15 December 2007
The Jingle Bells Gala is back by popular demand! Invites have now been sent out to other clubs and entry forms will be
available shortly for our Runnymede swimmers. We shall be running a children's drawing competition soon and the
winning entry will be used on the cover of the programme! The gala will be an all day event with breakfast in the clubroom
for our swimmers followed by an evening disco at neighbouring Runnymede Hall. As well as our Xmas celebration, the
disco will be the perfect opportunity to officially say farewell to Paul Eveleigh after seven years as our Head Coach. As
always though, these events do not organise themselves and there will be plenty for everyone to get involved in. I shall
be putting up volunteer lists on the notice board in due course but in the meantime, if anyone has any suggestions as to
what we could buy Paul as a leaving present, fun clean ideas of how to mark his leaving at the disco or would like to get
involved with organising breakfast for the swimmers or food & refreshments for the officials, please come and find me.
Any help you can offer will be greatly appreciated!! Nikki Canham
When you start looking at the arrangements for Belgium in March, I think its safe to say that it seems so far away and
its amazing the amount of work that has to go into all the arrangements. Vicki and myself decided that it wasn‘t fair that
Heather continued with the arrangements as she had over the past two years although we knew we would have a hard act
to follow with the past years success.
When September 28th came around I think we were both relieved but also worried that we hadn‘t forgotten anything, so
to both our relief it was great to turn into Runnymede that morning and see the coach-reversing ready to park. Gill
Baines had kindly offered to assist in the morning and help with collecting some of the items we had congregated over
the past week. I think the memory of Spaghetti Bolognese and Chilli being cooked over a couple of days and our freezer
full will remain with me for a while especially when you‘re scared to ask ―what‘s for dinner……‖
Members of the committee had some important decisions to make with the news that Stuart‘s work commitments meant
it was impossible for him to attend the weekend, and confirmation of this only just before, meant we were left with two
options, either cancel or ask someone to stand in. After ensuring that we were fully covered with the ASA I was only too
pleased to accept the responsibility. Like all good teams it didn‘t take too long for people to notice that the planned
coach was missing, but the committee had decided that with the early morning start it would be better to tell people
when we had all woken up just before we went onto the ferry. After the news had broken it was back to the usual things,
like making sure breakfast was secured and plans for the hypermarket.
As usual Vicki and I went on PORT and CHEESE recognisance with Glen Knighton making good use of the coffee shop and
certain members still managing to use the local food specialty of McDonalds.
At about 5.00pm we arrived in Overpelt at our accommodation, and I think members who hadn‘t been before were
pleasantly surprised considering some of the winding up from past attendee‘s. The children were off playing on all the
equipment and within a short space of time George Knight was the first and only casualty as he had run into one of the
rope climbing apparatus sections. But with a bit of first aid (thanks Gill!) he was soon back out climbing.
The ladies got down to cooking the food for everyone, and it was such a shame that Vicki said they didn‘t need any help,
so it would have been wrong not to go to the bar with Dave Knight and some of the other dads. I decided that it was
better to get an early night with the first big day ahead.
Traditionally at the Gala all teams are walked around the swimming pool with their respective countries flags and then
everyone stands whilst their national anthem plays. This was quite an emotional bit and Runnymede was the loudest, after
plenty of practice on the coach with the song sheets I had handed out. What an experience!!!!
The whipping team for Saturday consisted of Maria Neary, Gill Baines, and Vicki ensuring that all team sheets were
marked for ease of use, including mine. I had a good chat with the acting club captains Charlotte Davis and Howard Clark
about the warm up sets and highlighted that I intended to do a poolside warm up session …. This turned out to be a great
hit with the children and everyone was screaming out to my chant of ‗Who Are We‘ with ‗Runnymede‘ increasing each of
the three times we did it. The other clubs were really impressed, taking pictures and watching with interest as the team
in red and black tracksuits chanted their clubs name with so much pride.
Next it was down to the reason we had all come for, Swimming………. ! The team was so charged up that we started so well
but had a couple of false starts (Blame me for this) but after explaining how the start worked in Belgium it was success
Each and every swimmer swam their heart out with individuals smashing their personnel bests or just missing out, and
considering that this is the start of the season I was so pleased for each and every one of them.
The whipping team was well on form with every swimmer up in time for their event and really prepared with what they
had to do. The amount of medals being handed to Runnymede in the first session was amazing and we didn‘t stop there,
with all four sessions bringing home loads of medals over 80 in total.
I lost my voice by session three on Sunday, and we had a team member cheering on their friends at the end of the each
lane every time our swimmers were in the pool, all thanks to the whipping team.
We eventually came third overall on Sunday with our results and I was very privileged to be volunteered to go up and
receive the trophy on behalf of the club……
Each and every swimmer did our club proud, and for the first timers it was something very special for me to be part of
their weekend and assist them with their concerns and encourage them, to more than anything, enjoy it. I have seen in a
year, certain members of our club mature so much and take time out for others, that their parents should be so pleased
with the way they conducted themselves.
With everyone enjoying themselves so much, I think it would be hard for the club to resist not going next year and I
imagine their will be a lot of people making sure this is part of the 2008 calendar. Would I coach again – You Bet I would.
I will also take some other memories from the weekend,:
Dawn Muggleton – Doing her impression of ‗Mother Hubbard‘ and the sight of her free falling from the top bunk.
Vicki – For making Dawn get up to switch the lights off.
Dave Knight – For falling asleep in the changing room.
Leslie Elmy and Heather Martin – for searching our room with their torch (night nurses! Or dinner ladies ha! Ha!).
Cheryl Ellis – for sleeping with an umbrella for protection? And all your help at the end of the lane.
Glenn Knighton – For resisting the temptation to work the Saturday morning after sleeping on the floor.
Gary Davis – for making noises and blaming others.
Michelle Wennington – for getting confused if the clocks were an hour forward or back and how long 45 minutes was!!
Gill Baynes – for just being Very Patient!!!
John Smith RSC.
RUNNYMEDE SWIMMING CLUB
CLUB 100 IS NOW A YEAR OLD
Lotteries and amusements act 1976 no. CPCB/LU/2/24/27
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT
In the First year we have raised for the club £281.50 and the same amount given away as prize money.
The New Years draw started for September with 51 numbers going into the first draw and 53 in the second.
(Each draw takes place the last Friday of every month).
12 draws take place in a year, to join the remaining 10 draws from November contact Madeleine James for an
Make Club 100 a success for the coming year please complete your application form now.
NEW VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED.
Following some recent changes in our personnel we have vacancies for some new volunteer helpers in various areas of the
club. Volunteers are vital for the smooth running of the club and we are particularly looking to recruit some helpers from
the Junior Development and Black Squad parents. It is important that we recruit new helpers from this area of the club
as you are the future of RSC, We need to continually develop our volunteer base in order to maintain the club at the
excellent level it is at now and to continue to develop and grow in the future.
We currently need help in the following roles:
1. Team Managers – This is an important role in as far as we would like to have Team Managers for each of our
squads. This would involve working with the coaches and competitions secretary to help with teams, ensuring
that swimmers are aware that they have been selected for Galas and confirming their availability. Checking
transport arrangements if necessary, promoting team spirit and team behavior controlled. It would also involve
ensuring that there is sufficient cover at galas for the whipping area. The role would also involve ensuring that
the registers are taken at all training sessions and reporting the results to the press officer.
2. Volunteers Coordinator – This job involves developing our volunteer base and acting as the main contact for all
volunteers, supervising and overseeing all volunteers and coordinating the implementation of a volunteer
recruitment plan. It would involve liaising with the Swim 21 coordinator and Secretary as to course and volunteer
requirements (or other similar positions within the club)
3. Press Officer – This role doesn‘t have to be one person‘s job to write all press reports but to be someone who
coordinates press articles in as far as a team of people could write reports covering certain events then
submitting them to the press officer for forwarding to the press. It would involve arranging for photographers
to attend club and liaising with the local press to ensure that the Club receives adequate publicity.
Some of the above jobs could be committee positions; we are keen to develop new members on the management
committee and would welcome anyone who wishes to become involved in this. Equally if you feel you would like to be
involved in something but would not necessarily want to be on the committee, this is not a problem. You do not have
to take up a committee position to do many of the volunteer roles within the club, so please come forward and talk to
any of the current committee for further information.
Our Committee members work very hard and long hours doing various work voluntarily for RSC, the more involved roles
such as Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, Competitions Secretary, Membership, Welfare and so on have grown immensely
over recent years and we feel that these roles in particular would benefit from having assistants, This would not only
lighten the load a bit for these officers but would mean that new people are learning about these positions as well with a
view at some stage in the future, at some point, one day we may be able to retire (we will one day !!) and to be able to
handover these jobs to people that are familiar with them would be of tremendous benefit to the club.
9TH FINA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
We have got tickets for this event which is being held in Manchester next
April. The tickets are for Thursday 10th April, which is during the School
Holidays and is an excellent opportunity for our swimmers to see some of
the Worlds top swimmers in action. We are doing this as a Club Trip; the
seats are all in one block so that we will all be sitting together and are organising a Coach to transport everyone there
and back. The cost is £45 per head (this includes ticket and the coach) and since this is quite expensive it may be
possible for some individual swimmers to go on the trip without a parent, please speak to me if this is of interest to you.
COURSES BEING HELD AT RUNNYMEDE
We have a number of courses scheduled in now for the next season, these are as follows;
Saturday 19thth January 1.30 – 5.30pm – CPD Flip N Fun (4 Credits)
£ 27.50 IOS Members £ 31 non-members
January & February various dates Level 2 Teachers Course Units 1-6 -TBC
Please note that it may be possible to get some funding towards doing courses so if you are interested in any of the
above or any other courses that are available at different venues please speak to Heather or check the ERASA website.
What is 100% ME?
100% ME is an athlete-centred education and information programme that aims to increase
understanding of drug-free sport amongst the whole sporting community through providing
high quality, relevant and up to date information on anti-doping, and promoting the positive
attitudes and values of sportsmen and women in the UK who have competed successfully in
What is Doping?
'Doping' is the word used in sport when athletes use prohibited substances or methods to unfairly improve their sporting
What is Anti-Doping?
'Anti-doping' is the bid to eliminate doping from sport.
Why is drug-free sport important? 'Life is too short. Be 100% yourself. Be 100% natural. Be 100% drug-f
The Jack Petchey Foundation
Achievement Award Scheme
We are delighted to announce that Runnymede Swimming Club has been accepted on the above scheme with effect from
October 2007. The Jack Petchey Achievement Award Scheme is very popular and widely used over 1000 schools and
Clubs currently run the scheme. It started in East London but now operates in all London Boroughs and in Essex. Over
£2 million is allocated to this scheme each year. The scheme continues to run for as long as it operates effectively. In
fact some organisations have been running their scheme successfully for several years.
Participating youth organisations select ONE young person to receive an Achievement Award each month or quarter
depending upon the size of your organization. The winner receives a framed certificate and £ 200, (payable to the
organisation) which is to be spent on something for the Club, recipient can have an input as to what this could be spent
on. Adults (Leaders/Volunteers etc) can also be recognized and appreciated through the parallel Leader Awards Scheme.
Cheques, frames, certificates etc. are sent by the Jack Petchey Foundation in January and July to youth organisations.
Any youth organisation working with young people aged 11 —25, within our catchment areas, and with a regular ACTIVE
attendance of 12 or more young people (there is a separate programme for schools).
THERE ARE 3 OUTSTANDING BENEFITS TO PARTICIPANTS
• The award scheme enables youth organisations to recognize the effort, Endeavour and achievement of young people in a
practical and positive way.
• The scheme provides useful additional funds for youth organisations — worth up to £3,400 a year including the Leader
• The youth organisation can nominate an adult (adult leader or adult volunteer) who has supported young people in an
exceptional way. (Leader Awards are only given to those who are over 21 and have served their organisation well for
at least 2 years).
It was agreed at the last Committee Meeting that a small sub committee comprising of 4 people be established for the
management of the Scheme, those elected to this were Stuart Jago, Dave Greenbaum, Madeleine James and Heather
Davis; more information about the scheme will be available shortly.
Congratulations to RSC’s 1st Jack Petchey Achievement Award winner pictured
receiving his Certificate from new Head Coach Stuart
Fees and Renewal of Annual Membership
Well unfortunately it is almost that time of year again when annual membership fees are due and you will shortly be
issued with renewal of membership forms which must be completed and returned. We are pleased to advise that RSC
annual membership remains unchanged this year; however there have been increases in the ASA fees due and monthly
squad fees have been revised this year. Please see below the amounts that are due from 1 st December 2007.
SQUAD ANNUAL ANNUAL ASA FEE TOTAL DUE 1ST
MEMBERSHIP PER SWIMMER DECEMBER 2007
SwimAbility £ 25.00 £ 8.25 £33.25
JDS £ 25.00 £ 8.25 £33.25
JDG £ 25.00 £ 8.25 £33.25
Black £ 25.00 £ 21.50 £46.50
Red £ 25.00 £ 21.50 £46.50
Performance £ 25.00 £ 21.50 £46.50
Masters/Students £ 12.00 £ 21.50 (if competing) £ 33.50
Family £ 67.00 £ 21.50
squad fee details to follow shortly.
1. If Annual Membership NOT paid by 1st January then an increase of £ 7.00 (£4 for Students/Masters
and Family membership) is applicable.
2. The maximum monthly squad fee payable by any one family is £77
If you experience financial difficulties at any time please speak to Club Treasurer – Malcolm Turner or Club Welfare Officer –
Theresa Beale who will discuss the matter with you. All cases will be treated with discretion and individually assessed in the
strictest of confidence.
CLUB CHAMPS 2008 IS NOW OVER HALF WAY THROUGH – DON’T
FORGET TO CHECK YOUR POINTS TOTAL ON THE TOP BOY/GIRL
TABLE IN THE CLUB ROOM.
Club champs trophies
If you won a perpetual trophy at last years Runnymede presentation evening, would you please bring them back to the
club room as soon as possible so that Keith can take them to be engraved for this years winners.
Hydration by Grant Williams
As a swimmer with Runnymede Swimming Club you are ahead of a large percentage of the UK population (including many
children) in so far as you are participating regularly in exercise. The results of your efforts in training are improvements
in your general well being through improved cardio vascular and muscular performance. Training is however only part of
the equation in looking after your health and in order to give yourself the opportunity to train and perform at your best
you also need to ensure that your diet provides the fuels your body needs.
The human body is like a mobile chemistry laboratory with numerous chemical reactions continuously occurring to allow
even the simplest bodily functions to take place. In order to perform these basic tasks and stay healthy your diet must
contain adequate amounts of all of the following essential ingredients. These are
And perhaps the most vital of all……………….. Water
Water is perhaps the most important nutrient in your diet as a health body will contain around 60 - 70% water and I will
focus on water and hydration in this article. Water essentially plays three main roles in the body:
Water transports things e.g. Oxygen, Vitamins to where they are needed. Water is also used to remove waste
products from the body.
Water is used to help you control your body temperature.
Every single chemical reaction in your body takes place in water.
A human body will suffer a net loss of 2 – 2.5 litres of water per day at rest (i.e. sitting around doing nothing!) and
depending upon weather conditions and the level of effort, exercise can result in the loss of 1 -2 litres of water per
hour. As such it is important that you drink sufficiently throughout the day as a 2% loss in body weight due to sweating
will result in a reduced physical performance. Even in a swimming pool the effort of training will result in you losing fluids
through sweating. Some of the required water intake will come from the food you eat however drinking fluids regularly is
essential for your body to function properly.
What is dehydration?
Dehydration is the loss of water and important blood salts like potassium. If you are suffering from dehydration vital
organs such as the kidneys, brain, and heart can't function as they require a certain minimum of water and salt.
What are the tell-tale signs of dehydration?
You are probably dehydrated if you are thirsty. This is because thirst is a response to dehydration and so by the time
you feel thirsty it is too late. It is also likely that when you drink, your thirst will feel satisfied long before you are fully
Optimal hydration is a must for all swimmers as progressive dehydration has been shown to affect all aspects of
performance – both physiological, and mental including concentration and skill levels. In elite sports hydration is a very
precise science focusing on the amounts, timing and type of fluids consumed. The choice of drink primarily depends on
intensity and duration of exercise. Water is fine for low-to-moderate intensity exercise that lasts less than an hour,
with carbohydrate-electrolyte sports drinks becoming important as the intensity and duration increases. As we are all
individual – one swimmer may sweat more than another you will need to work out what drinks and drinking regime works
best for you. Do this in training – don‘t experiment on the day of the Gala! Throughout your training you should aim to
drink 4 – 6 oz every 15 minutes. As I know that none of you take a measure on to poolside this equates to a few gulps of
For morning training sessions it is important that you start drinking as soon as you get up and before you arrive at the
pool. This is because you should have slept for around 8, 9, or ten hours (as a slight aside Paula Radcliffe sometimes
sleeps for up to 14 hours) and so you will wake up partly dehydrated. Drinking before you start your training should help
you perform through the set.
What about sports drinks?
Sports drinks differ to pure water in that they are designed to assist in the replacement of lost fluids and minerals.
They come three different types and are serve different purposes
Type Example Benefits
Hypotonic Dilute solution of orange Fast hydration without the energy burst
squash (100 mls squash:
1000 mls of water) Drink after a tough session
Isotonic Isotonic Lucazade Fast Hydration
Powerade The body prefers to use glucose as its
Lucazade Sport source of energy. Sometimes it is better
to consume isotonic drinks where the
carbohydrate source is a concentrated
HOW TO MAKE YOUR form of glucose.
A pinch of salt
Mix them all
together in a jug
and cool down in
Hypertonic Lucazade Energy Provides energy before during and after
Fruit Juice exercise
WELL DONE TO THE NATIONAL SPEEDO TEAM WHO ALL SWAM BRILLIANTLY AT ENFIELD ON SATURDAY
10TH. WE HAD AN EXCELLENT RESULT FINISHING IN 3RD PLACE SO WELL DONE TO EVERYONE.