"Supporting swimmers in achieving their goals"

Our aim is to provide all of our members with the opportunity to develop swimming skills, improve speed and fitness and take part in competitions.

We are SwimMark accredited in Teaching, Skill Development and Masters with a team of Swim England qualified coaches and teachers supporting swimmers from Learn to Swim to National standard.

We recognise that swimmers can have different aims within the sport and therefore look to create an environment that supports swimmers in achieving their goals whilst having fun and being part of a team.

Latest Announcements

Training Changes

Current Changes

Last Updated : 13th February 2019


**NEW** Club Presentation Evening 2017 **NEW**
**NEW** BBAT Meet March 2016 **NEW**
Club Presentation Evening 2016

Latest Teams

Name Date Venue
County Championships 2019 - Open Relays17th February 2019Aqua Vale (warm-up 3.20 pm or be on poolside by 5.15pm)
County Championships 201917th February 2019Various - See Schedule (Warm-up see session times)
Chiltern League - Round 123rd February 2019Aqua Vale (Warm-up 4.30 pm - be on poolside by 4.15 pm)

Please help out the coaching team by responding as soon as you get the email.
If you are unable to swim we need to know immediately so that a replacement can be found.
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Swim Manager

ADSC now uses Swim Manager to handle payments and event entry. Click the logo to be taken to the login page.

Aylesbury Vale Lottery

ADSC has joined the Aylesbury Lottery to raise additional funds. Please click the logo for more information and to take part.

ADSC Committee Meetings

Any Swimmer or Parent/Carer of an ADSC member is welcome to attend committee meetings.

  • 24th January 2019, Stoke Mandeville Stadium at 7:30pm

Please contact the Club Secretary if you wish to attend.

Volunteers Needed

ADSC is a volunteer run club. If you have time to help at Galas, with the Club Championships, or as a committe member please contact us.

We are always looking for people to take part in Judge Qualification Courses that are run on a regular basis. Without these people galas and championships cannot take place.

Register your interest by emailing Tina O'Sullivan our Volunteer Co-ordinator.

To join Aylesbury and District Swimming Club, part of Oxfordshire and North Buckinghamshire Swim England,
please download the Membership Pack or make an Enquiry
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Latest News

County Championships 2019 - Day Six

16th February 2019
The penultimate day of the championships continued in the same vein as the previous 5 days with all of our swimmers stepping up when it mattered. Once again over 50% of the swims were personal best times and we made 13 more finals.  In the girl's 100 fly; Leilani (8th). Charlotte (8th). Izzy (7th) and Libby (6th). In the boy's 100 breaststroke Dan came (8th). In the girl's 50 .......more

County Championships 2019 - Day Five

10th February 2019
Day 5 of the County Championships certainly met all expectations when it came to creating special moments. Lots of great swims across all age groups with again nearly half of the swims being personal best times. 11 finals this time with Charlotte (5th) kicking off in the 100 free and breaking the magic 60 seconds for the first time in the heat and final. A project that has lasted over .......more

County Championships 2019 - Day Four

9th February 2019
Quick catch-up on events in the pool at the County Championships on day four and a big well done to every one of our swimmers who took part, ensuring 50 percent of swims were personal bests. We had 13 finals from Oli Clegg (8th), Harry Phillips (8th), Zac Arnold (8th) and Joe Walker (8th) in the 100 fly. Jessica Creasy (4th), Izzy Carroll (bronze) and Charlotte Neill (5th) in the .......more

Training Changes this weekend

8th February 2019
Check out the training changes this weekend due to the County Championships.

Committee vacancy

6th February 2019
As you may be aware our current Chair, Simon, has announced that he will be stepping down from the role at the next AGM in November. This leaves a rather critical vacancy! Simon has put together a document that outlines the key duties of the Chairperson which you can read here.  We would like to be able to appoint a Chairperson Elect by the end of April so that .......more

Awards Evening

3rd February 2019
Last night we held our annual awards evening and once again the numbers attending were up on last year in what was an opportunity to celebrate successes in and out of the pool. Winning the female swimmer of the meet was Hannah Bolton and the male winner was Ted Devlin. Squad awards went to Whirley Field, Danny Munir, Cyrus Khamnian, Charlotte Wayep Leumfo, Daniel Prikryl, Sophia Davies, James Davies, Lucy .......more

2019 County Championships - Day 3

20th January 2019
Day 3 of the Championships took place at the Aqua Vale and kicked off with the 400 IM for girls. Kianna (-5 sec), Leilani (-12) and Jessica (-1) all set PBs with Jessica finishing 8th in her age group. Mya also claimed a top 8 spot with 6th. In the 400m free; Noah (-5 sec), Will (-11), Ollie (-7) and Harry (-10) all set PBs to move up the rankings .......more

Grammar School - Week Commencing 14/1/19

14th January 2019
Just to confirm that training at the Grammar Schools is back on this week.

County Championships 2019 - Day Two

12th January 2019
The second day of the championships was the 800m event and we had six swimmers competing this year, our biggest ever entry. Noah and Ellis were up first and both swam superbly to take 12 seconds off their best times and break the 12 minute barrier. Emily Curtis had a great swim to set a 6 second PB to go under 11 minutes for the first time. Despite a leg .......more

County Championships 2019 - Day One

5th January 2019
Our 2019 venture into the 2019 County Championships kicked off today with the 1500m. Zac was our sole representative and swam superbly to take 20 seconds off his PB to finish in 18 minutes 45 seconds and claim club records at both 800 and 1500m and improve on his ranking to 27th. Our boy's age group relays came next with Charles Raines, Nathanial LaBorde, Robert King and Nathanial Thomey improving .......more