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Dorset County Championships 2024

January 4, 2024   By

Programmes & Timetable

Day 1: Saturday 20 January at Littledown Programme

Day 2:  Sunday 21 January at Littledown Programme

Day 3: Sunday 28 January at Dorchester

    800m Freestyle – warm-up 11.15 – est finish 14.50

followed by Club Team Relays (warm-up 15.05 – est finish 17.30)

Day 4: Saturday 3 February at Littledown Programme

Day 5: Sunday 4 February at Littledown Programme

Day 6: Sunday 11 February at Dorchester

1500m Freestyle – warm-up 11.15 – est finish 14.30

followed by Club Team Relays (warm-up 14.45 – est finish 17.15)


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General Information

Dorset County Championships CBTs

Dorset County Championships Trophies and Awards

Dorset County Championships 2024 merchandise now on sale!

November 11, 2023   By

Dorset County Championships 2024 merchandise is now available to order from Swimpath. Hoodies come in a choice of Charcoal/Orange and Black/Kelly Green at £38.99 and 140gsm weight t-shirts in either Charcoal or Jet Black at £21.99. Matching silicone suede swim hats in a choice of black/green/orange or Kelly Green/black/white cost £8.99.

Ordering Information:

Order window 1 (13 November – 7 January) – Items will be available for collection at the Swimpath swim shop at Littledown on 20/21 January 2024. Any items not collected will be posted to your home address.

Order window 2 (9 January – 21 January) – Items will be dispatched to your home address from 29 January 2024 to arrive in time for events on the 3/4 February 2024.

Order window 3 (23 January – 11 February) – Items will be dispatched to your home address after events from the 19 February 2024.

Please note that hoodies, t-shirts and hats are only available to order – there will not be stock available to purchase at the Swimpath swim shop on 20/21 January 2024. 

It’s Division 1 for Dorset for 2024!

October 10, 2023   By

Despite being beset with last minute injury and illness, a determined 24-strong squad from Dorset headed north to Sheffield to take part in this year’s National County Team Championships on 8 October, and what a result! Competing in Division Two, and having placed sixth in 2019 and eighth in 2022, the Dorset team challenged Cheshire all the way, finishing as runners-up just 26 points behind the top placed team, and earning promotion to Division One for 2024.

The start of the competition saw a colourful parade where team captains Charlie Meek and Tilly McHugh introduced Dorset to the competition while Dorset President Madeleine (Lyn) Young enjoyed the hospitality that all county presidents receive. Next came Dorset’s team swimming out of their skins to achieve 12 podium placings plus 12 personal and often awesome PBs.

Charlie Meek kicked off the Dorset run of success, placing second in the 16/17 100m Freestyle (52.18) just half a second behind Scotland North and immediately followed by Halle Robinson in the 12/13 100m Breaststroke (1:15.32) who squeezed out Cheshire from first place with just .04 sec to spare. Two events later Jessica Huggins cruised comfortably ahead of Scotland North into first place to win the 14/15 100m Butterfly (1:02.91) while third places were soon added to the Dorset tally by Halle Harris in the 16/17 100m Backstroke (1.05.00) and Layla Wareing .06 behind Leicestershire in the 12/13 100m Freestyle (1:01.51).

Individual successes were then capped by Damian Fraczek-Krygier with a prized first place in the 12/13 100m Freestyle (57.62) and soon followed by a run of points-grabbing third places from Jack Palmer just .01 behind Norfolk in the 12/13 100m Backstroke (1:06.42), Hugo Young in a hard fought 14/15 100m Freestyle (54.40) and Damian Fraczek-Krygier in the 12/13 100m Butterfly (1.04.88).

Three relay successes boosted the final points tally with the 16/17 200m Medley team of Charlie Meek, Freddie Beasley, Max Leigh and Zack Studley (1:46.87) finishing second .09 behind Northants, and third placings from the 12/13 200 Medley team of Maicie Cailes, Halle Robinson, Layla Wareing and Sophie Le Roux (2:08.19) and the 12/13 200m Medley team of Jack Palmer, Harry Silvey, Damian Fraczek-Krygier and Angus Watson (2:01.09).

Sincere thanks must go to all of our swimmers for their enthusiasm and determination in achieving such a great result, together with coaches Sam Woodward and Chris Neilson, team staff of David Clark, Niamh Vercoe and Amanda Osgood, and Dorset Officials Sue Podger and Tracey Roberts. Especial thanks must go to Tilly McHugh, Lauren Osgood and Oscar Smith for stepping up at the eleventh hour.

The Dorset Team was as follows: Blandford – Harry Silvey; Bournemouth Collegiate – Angus Watson; Poole – Freddie Beasley, Maicie Cailes, Freya Coupe, Halle Harris, Jessica Huggins, Damian Fraczek-Krygier, Sophie Le Roux, Tilly McHugh, Charlie Meek, Jack Palmer, Halle Robinson, Zack Studley, Hugo Young; Seagulls – Freya Treliving; Swim Bournemouth – Henry Dean, Max Leigh; West Dorset – Amelia Chaffey, James Gunn, Lauren Osgood, Sadie Robinson, Oscar Smith, Layla Wareing.


Vacancy – County Treasurer wanted!

September 23, 2023   By

Dorset County ASA is seeking to appoint a Treasurer to take over the financial reins of the County Association when our current treasurer stands down from the role in 2024; the role is voluntary. Please email your interest to dorsetasa@gmail.com for further information or to discuss the role.