Reading Swimming Club, established in 1885, is one of the oldest in the country, and a founding member of the Berks and South Bucks County ASA. We are a large and progressive club, encompassing a learn to swim programme, development and senior squads, a thriving Masters squad (all abilities from social swimmers to world-ranked competitors), and a strong water polo section.
Our headquarters are at Central Pool, Battle Street, Reading, and we use a number of other venues for training and teaching. Our main club evening is Thursday, when swimmers train from 4:30 p.m. at Central Pool, and the club's management and members of the large volunteer team are on hand to answer your questions
The five RSC swimmers (Beth, Hannah, Javier, Jack and Josh) that were part of the Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire team at the Intercounties event in Sheffield on 19 October had an amazing time. The team did very well and achieved 7th place overall, their 2nd best result ever! The full report is available on the BSBASA.org website.
We are proud to announce that five swimmers from Reading Swimming Club have been selected to represent the Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire County at this years Intercounties Championships.
It is the ambition of most, if not all, age group swimmers to compete in the Nationals – the ASA’s National Age Group Championships (for those aged 11 to 14) and the National Championships (Youth, Open and MC), for those aged 15 and over. Five members of Reading Swimming Club raced at the Nationals in Sheffield recently – Jack Endersby (13), Josh Goble (15), Bethany Hunt (14), Imogen McCalman (14) and Hannah Stewart (15). Beth and Hannah went to the Nationals for the first time, this year.