The weekend of the 13th and 14th of May proved to be a very busy time for the club across all the squads.

Liz Woolner of the Masters squad, on Saturday the 13th, competed at the Norfolk Masters Long Course Championships in Norwich and on Sunday the 14th she competed again at the Midland Masters Short Course Championships in Nuneaton. The result of Liz's extremely busy weekend is 6 gold medals, 3 PBs (50 free LC and 100 back & 50 breast SC), 3 East Region records (50 fly & free LC and 100 back SC), 4 Bedfordshire records (East Region + 50 breast SC).

Liz narrowly missed the British record in the 50 fly LC by 0.04s .

The next stop for Liz is Aberdeen in 5 weeks time for the British Masters Championships.

Many sincere congratulations once again to Liz for some awesome swimming!!

More news from the weekend is the Tom Williams cup Saturday night at Dunstable with a lot of novice , first time swimmers  gaining personal-best times and much valued competition experience, at this enjoyable charity fundraising gala hosted by Dunstable Swimming Club. The charity that Dunstable swimming club support is CHUMS and more information on this charity can be found at .

Luton Inspire Pool was the venue for the Team Luton long course meet over the 13th and 14th May. Competing at this two day event were swimmers Eloisa Miller, James McFarland, Autumn Handscombe and Rebecca Grogan producing some excellent swimming all round.

Finally,  Sunday the 14th of May at the Leighton Buzzard Open Meet held at the Bletchley Leisure Centre , Flitwick Dolphins swimmers excelled and obtained personal best times and medals.

Full details of the results from these swimming competition will be notified in due course.

Well done to all our swimmers that competed at the competitions that took place over this busy weekend.

Thank you  must go to all the hard-working people who make the competitions possible , the coaches, the team managers, the qualified officials, non-technical volunteers and the brilliant parents who  get the swimmers to the venues and then cheer them on through their events.