Swimming achievements 2000

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Swimming Achievements 2000

Lake Zurich Marathon swim 26.5km Sunday 23 July
Solo:

  • John Coningham-Rolls - 10hrs 13mins
  • Tim Lawrence -

Relays:

  • SLSC Dream Team - 9h 07mins
    Helen Oldfield, Margy Sullivan, Valentine Schmidt,
  • SLSC Reality Team - 9h 30mins
    Finbarr Martin, Naomi Branston, Egg Sullivan

Wester Counties Open Water Championships 6km
Preston Beach, Weymouth - 18 June

  • Margy Sullivan - 2h 34m 30s

Colwick Park Open Water Championships, 4km
Nottinham - 4 June

  • Amber Fillary - 1h 05m 71s
  • Valentine Schmidt - 1h 16m 42s
  • Margy Sullivan - 1h 20m 32s

Swimming Achievements 1999

English Channel swims 21miles from England to France Solo:

  • Tim Lawrence – 14h 59 mins – 4 September

Relay:

  • Tooting Bec (6 person) 13h 30m – 19 July
    Finbarr Martin, Rob Pearce, Egg Sullivan, Naomi Branston, Steve May, Ruth ??

Around Manhattan Island Marathon Swim
46km tidal assisted Saturday 12 June

  • John Coningham-Rolls - 8hrs 21mins

Western Counties Open Water Championships 6km
Preston Beach, Weymouth - 20 June

  • Margy Sullivan - 2h 21m 18s
  • Egg Sullivan - 2h 23m 45s

Northern Counties Open Water Championships 5km
Salford Quays - 20 June

  • Egg Sullivan - 1h 39m 25s
  • Margy Sullivan - 1h 45m 46
  • Valentine Schmidt -

Around Brownsea Island, Poole

  • 4.5 miles
  • Helen Oldfield - 1h 55m
  • Alistair Park- 1h 56m
  • Margy Sullivan - 2h 03m
  • Valentine Schmidt - 2h 07m
  • Becky Shaw - 2h 07m
  • 2.5 miles
  • Egg Sullivan - 1h 33m

SCASA Open Water Championship Albert Dock, London
12 September

  • 1.5km women
  • Becky Shaw - 1st age group 25 - 34
  • Deborah Wright - 1st age group 35-44
  • 4.5km women
  • Helen Oldfield
  • Margy Sullivan - 2nd age group 35-44
  • 4.5kmMen
  • Tim Kendal - 1st age group 35-44
  • John Coningham-Rolls - 2nd age group 35-44
  • Andrew Ingamells - 3rd age group 35-44

Colwick Park Open Water Championship, 4km
Nottingham - 5 June

Finbarr Martin, Rob Pearce, Helen Oldfield, Margy Sullivan, Naomi Branston, Valentine Schmidt, Egg Sullivan, Ruth

Alistair Park won the breaststroke cup

Sandown to Shanklin, Ilse of Wight 2.5 miles tidal assisted

  • Tim Kendal - 35.30
  • John Coningham Rolls - 39.52
  • Alistair Park - 47.24
  • Valentine Schmidt - 47.58
  • Beck Shaw - 48.27
  • Margy Sullivan - 48.44
  • Egg Sullivan - 52.58
  • Jackie Rolls - 54.28

Brighton Pier to Pier, 1km against the tide

  • Alistair Parks winner of the D Smith Cup

Swimming Achievements 1998

English Channel solo swim 21miles from England to France

  • John Coningtham Rolls – 15h 51 mins

Swimming Achievements 1997

English Channel relay swim 21miles from England to France

  • Tooting Bec Channel Relay Team – 13h 37mins - 17 July 1997
    Mike Taylor, Hilary Kempton, John Coningham-Rolls, Alistair Park, Margy Sullivan, Veronique Dochain
    First “Special” Channel swim

Brighton Pier to Pier, 1km against the tide

  • Martyn Bull winner of the D Smith Cup

Swimming Achievements 1995

ASA Masters 5Km Championships, Home Pierrepont, June

  • Hillary Kempton - Gold winner

Swimming Achievements 1994

English Channel relay swim 21miles from England to France

  • SLSC Channel Relay Team - 13hrs 30 mins - 4 July
    John Elwell, Paul Slattery, Chris Hill, Bernie Peacock, Kathy O’Donnel, John Milne

Swimming Achievements 1993

Swimming Achievements 1992

Lake Zurich Marathon solo swim 26.5km 18 July

  • Justin Palfrey 6hrs 34 mins - third place

Lake Windemere 10.5 miles end to end - 7 September

  • Justin Palfrey - 4hrs 00mins 38s - Winner

Torbay Championships 8 miles sea swim 7 July

  • Justin Palfrey - 3hrs 7mins - Winner

Swimming Achievements 1991

English Channel relay swim 21miles from England to France

  • Buzzy Tadatchnick, Justin Palfrey, Jeff Tanner, Carol Hunt, Sarah Hunt and Carol Everitt - 11hrs 28mins

Swimming Achievements 1989

English Channel solo swim 21miles from England to France

  • Justin Palfrey - 10hrs 18mins - 22 September