Entry files and information for all EXTERNAL CLUBS & individuals entering Hart SC Open Meets
Hart SC Open Meets
Our thriving Masters squad has a fine pool of talent but is always looking for new members
Details about all the squads including training times, locations, and what is expected of them
Hart SC relies on the efforts of our volunteers. Meet the Committee and Non-Committee Volunteers here
Parent and swimmer information on competing in Meets and Galas, as well as useful links
Details of important Club dates such as meets, galas, counties etc updated to August 2016
Hart SC is Hart District’s local competitive swimming club.
It has grown substantially since its humble beginnings in a pool in a back garden in Fleet and today attracts swimmers locally and further afield. Hart SC has two ‘Club nights’ (Sunday and Thursday) at Hart Leisure Centre when the Club hires the whole pool from 6.30-10pm. Please come down and meet us.
The Club achieved Swim Mark accreditation at competitive development in 2009 and continues to development within this programme. Swim Mark is the SwimEngland’s aquatic quality mark for the development of effective, ethical and sustainable SwimEngland affiliated clubs.
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Ecoculture renew Hart SC sponsorship
Ecocultureare very pleased to confirm their ongoing sponsorship with Hart Swimming Club for the 2018/2019 season.
This long-term arrangement has helped the club during its successful transition to the new leisure facilities, increasing club size and seeing constant improvement in performance of their swimmers.
Ecoculture sponsor a range of community sports and are proud to see Hart SC doing so well in supporting local children actively compete in local, regional and national swimming.
Ecoculture wish Hart SC and its competitors every success in the 2018/19 season.
Rother League Winners
Congratulations to Hart SC swimmers for winning the Rother League East Gala.
Further congratulations go to Joseph Payne of Hart SC, winner of the Rother League East Division Boys 100 IM trophy; and Emma Jones, winner of the Rother League East Division Girls 100 IM Trophy. Results here.
Two Hart Masters squad members participated in the South East regional round of the Swim England Inter-County Masters Championships on November 18 in Haslemere. This year's gala was hosted by Surrey, and Hampshire were looking to defend the South East Region crown which they had won for the past 2 years.
Clive Benson, selected for Team Hampshire in the 55+ age group, swam in two individual races and several relays, and Zoe Sadler announced. The gala had an amazing atmosphere throughout - very similar to Arena league with 50m individual races and 4 x 50m relays. The final event was an exciting 12 x 25m freestyle squadron relay, with one female and one male in each age group.
After 70 events, Hampshire were once again the winners of the Tony Warn Trophy, the overall winning county for the third consecutive year, despite an early lead by Middlesex. Clive played a key part in the team's success. The results of each race then went into a virtual national gala, and the overall national result was 4th place for Team Hampshire.
The victorious Team Hampshire, with Clive Benson, middle of 4th row. Photo by Stewart Crowe
Zoe Sadler with the Swim England South East President, the Surrey ASA President, the Hampshire ASA President and the Sussex ASA President. Photo by Stewart Crowe