Our thriving Masters squad has a fine pool of talent but is always looking for new members
Parent and swimmer information on competing in Meets and Galas, as well as useful links
Details about all the squads including training times, locations, and what is expected of them
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 21 accreditation at competitive development in 2009 and continues to development within this programme. Swim 21 is the ASA’s aquatic quality mark for the development of effective, ethical and sustainable ASA affiliated clubs.
AFTER four years of dedicated service as Chairman of Hart SC, John Tripp has decided to hand over the mantle to Spencer Farmer. Spencer takes on the role after supporting John, the Committee and Hart SC as Club Secretary.
“After several years as Chairman, it is time for me to hand over the role to Spencer. There are some exciting developments on the horizon, both locally and in the wider world of competitive swimming. I am confident that Spencer, supported by the Club Officers and Committee, will take the Club forward and maximise the opportunities as they arise,” said John.
On behalf of Hart SC, the Committee would like to extend its sincere thanks to John, not only for his support and leadership over the past four years as Chairman, but also for the many years of dedicated service to Hart SC and the wider swimming community. The Club’s thanks is also be extended to Denise Tripp, Hart SC Administrator, whose dedication, commitment, loyalty and hard work, often behind the scenes, have been so vitally important in the running of Hart SC. Their efforts are much appreciated and highly valued by everyone.
Club Champs Report, Results and Medal Winners
Masters Marathon Thames Swim
A sad farewell to John Tripp who steps down as Chairman - he will now focus on training officials and development