OPEN MEET 2016
Saxon Pool, Saxon Drive, Biggleswade. SG18 8SU


Flitwick Dolphins are proud to announce that the following organisations will be at the competition and can be located in the studio room in the foyer/café area behind the entry desk.


During this two day event you are able to take advantage of a medal engraving service. Just visit the shop area behind the entry desk in the foyer. Not only can you get any medals that you win at our Open Meet engraved, but you can bring along any other medals you have won previously at other competitions and get them engraved.

Bespoke Engraving is delighted to support events by providing a mobile engraving service at sports days and sports events.    Our mobile unit will be at the event and can engrave information such as names, times and placings onto each medal for £2.00 per medal.

Simply bring your medal along to our stand, pay, leave your medal and take a receipt and within 15 minutes your medal will be fully engraved to make a personal memento of the day , or medals won at other competitions can also be engraved. Times may vary slightly dependent on number of requests we receive on the day. Available on Saturday sessions 1 and 2 and Sunday session 3 and 4

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UK Online Swimwear will be available on Saturday sessions 1 and 2 and Sunday session 3 and 4

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World Record Breaking British Olympian Liam Tancock’s Swimzi Shop will be attending the FDSC Open Meet on Saturday the 29th October 2016, Liam John Tancock is an English competitive swimmer who has represented Great Britain in the Olympics, FINA world championships, and European championships, and England in the Commonwealth Games

Liam sends this message to all those taking part in the Flitwick Dolphins Open Meet “Hi everyone, I just wanted to wish you all good luck for the Flitwick Dolphins Open meet!  Dream big, have fun and swim fast”  Liam Tancock

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Bedfordshire ASA are holding a timekeeper course on 13th November 2016 6.45pm - 9.00pm

The course is free of charge and is the first step on your journey to becoming a fully qualified Judge.

Please try to attend as galas cannot take place without qualified officials, it is much more fun being poolside than sitting on a hot balcony.

New Head Coach Nigel Halford is changing the description and role of Sprint Squad: this squad will be available to swimmers from A squad who want to reduce the number of sessions that they do, for example as they enter 6th form or start college, and for Masters swimmers who want to do more sessions than are available to the Masters squad. It is not an alternative pathway from C and B squads, or a keep fit squad. Swimmers in Sprint will be expected to be capable of training alongside A squad and to swim for the club when selected.

University squad swimmers are also expected to be able to train alongside A squad, and can swim any of the A squad sessions if there is sufficient space. It is worth checking with the coach before deciding which sessions to do when returning from Uni.

Swimmers in all squads are encouraged to do the number of sessions recommended for their squad, but the concept of compulsory sessions has been dropped.

Please also note the Friday morning session at FLC is now open to B and C squads. This is not an additional session but an option for swimmers to use to make up their quota.
Session 3 of the Club Championships 2016 are now on the website here
The Results for the first weekend of the club champs is now on the website here