Teaching, Skill Development, Competitive Development & Masters
LBRSC are one of the top competitive swimming clubs in Essex and London. We are a friendly and family orientated club offering high quality teaching and coaching to all. We have a robust structure offering all swimmers at all abilities the opportunity to develop their skills and reach their potential.
LBRSC run a well structured Learn to Swim scheme, Skills Development and Competitive squads. We also have a Masters section. Within our competitive squads we have National Age/Youth qualifiers and many County and Regional winners, medallists & finalists.
LBRSC will endeavour to accommodate swimmers of all abilities. We have formed a partnership
with a local disability swimming group to ensure that the appropriate level of training/supervision can be provided to meet individual needs.
National Swimming Team 2013
Redbridge have 11 qualifiers for this years National Swimming Championships.
Posted June 18 2013 by Paul Robbins.
Ashton Makes National Time
Edmund Ashton from the London Borough of Redbridge Swimming Club travelled up to Scotland as a last chance of achieving a national qualifying time. In the heats of the 100 breast, Edmund achieved another 1 second personal best time to finish in a time of 1:08.20 - 2 secs inside the national qualifying time. This time ranks him 4th fastest in the country in the 15year category. The club now has 11 qualifiers for this year’s national championships.
Posted June 18 2013 by Paul Robbins.
London Age Group Champs - Block B. Nicholls Joins National Team
Swimmers aged 11-14 from the London Borough of Redbridge Swimming Club participated in the 2nd and final block of this year’s London Age Group Championships at Crystal Palace.
Posted June 10 2013 by Paul Robbins.
London Age Group Champs - Block A. Suleyman Joins National Team
Age Group swimmers from the London Borough of Redbridge Swimming Club participated in this year’s London Age Group Championships held at Crystal Palace.
Posted June 7 2013 by Paul Robbins.
Deaf National Swimming Champs
Kieran Holdbrook from the London Borough of Redbridge Swimming Club competed at this years National deaf championships held in Sheffield’s 50m pool.
Posted May 30 2013 by Paul Robbins.
LBRSC are looking for parents/carers who wish to help the club by becoming officials. For every gala the club runs we are required to have a set number of officials on the poolside, therefore the more officials we have within the club membership the less difficulty we are likely to have with staging events such as the licensed galas or the Club Championships.
There are benefits in the form of entry fees reduction for any parents/carers who officiate at the club galas. Other clubs give similar incentives for those who are willing to officiate at their events.
Further information on becoming an official is available from the ASA website officials page
If you are interested in officiating at club events or further afield please contact Jim Bedwell
Alternatively Paul or Gary will also be able to provide further information.
Timekeeper Course Application Form
Technical Official Application Form
Referee Application Form
The ASA is committed to promoting the welfare of children in the sport and have joined with the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children in creating SWIMLINE. The service is provided for anyone involved in swimming, including children and young people who believe the welfare of a child is at risk.
SWIMLINE: 0808 100 4001
Calls are free and do not appear on itemised bills unless the call is made from a mobile phone. SWIMLINE does not use the 1471 (call back) code or any other call return or call display facility. If you leave a message someone will aim to call back during the next working day. If you phone over the weekend, someone will aim to contact you on Monday.