We Are Open!
We're thrilled to be back at training and in the opening few weeks have had sessions fully booked, it's been great to welcome you all back!
Training is currently at Cromers Corner Playing Fields, Sittingbourne and is available to club members via booking only!
Full training session details are sent out each weekend and members will need to respond to that email, booking their session(s) for the week.
New members - we are now open to new members!
We offer a full range of event groups, covering; sprints, hurdles, distance running, all four throws (Hammer, Shot, Javelin and Discus), plus long and triple jump.
If you are interested in trying out in any event, please get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org
Swale Coaching Team
Kent Young Athletes League
Swale's Under 13 boys team took the spotlight at Match one of the KYAL, winning the age group by a clear 23 points!
Alfie Walach and Noah Jennings both won their 75m hurdles races; Alfie in 16.1sec and Noah in the B race with 17.8sec.
Noah went on to clear a PB in the High Jump, winning the event with 1.30m.
Emilia Stevens won her 70m hurdles race with a close dip for the line in 14.8sec.
Noah Elliot won his debut event with the U15 boys Hammer while Jack Norris took the U13 Discus win.
Under 15 boys 4x100m Relay team (pictured) was Aidan Billen, Evan Gosling, Owen Gosling and Noah Elliot, finished 4th in 68.3sec
- Sat 7th August - Medway and Maidstone Open - Medway Park, Gillinghamp, ALL AGES. Entry HERE
- Sun 8th August - Kent Young Athletes League - Tonbridge Athletics Track, under 13 and under 15s
- Sat 14th Aug - Southern Athletics League - Medway Park, Gillingham, under 17 and above
Kent Schools Championship 2021
Swale Schools Team featured three Swale Combined AC athletes, all of them making the podium and coming home with championship medals!
Lily Murray stole the show in the Hammer throw, launching a best throw past 54m to secure Gold and an English Schools finals qualifying throw.
Freya Jury continued to improve in the Long Jump, a hotly contested event saw Freya take the Bronze medal with 4.96m.
Amelia Williams returned to competition in the Shot Put, sending a 4th round throw to 10.16m to move her into the Bronze position.
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Site last updated 22-07-21 - Andrew Scoones