City of Oxford’s head coach, Amanda Booth was selected as part of the coaching team at the England Talent Programme phase 3 development camp in Italy last weekend.  Booth, who has coached on a number of European Junior competitions, coached 40 young, talented English swimmers to a second place win at the Energy Standard Cup 4 Nations Meet against some of the best European juniors in the swimming world.  The team were competing against Germany, Italy and Russia in a two day event that saw them win 12 golds in total.  Booth was delighted to be selected as one of the coaching team and gained a huge amount from the experience.


City of Oxford swimming club are bidding for funding from the Aviva Community fund to raise money towards timing pads for swimming competitions at the fabulous new pool in Blackbird Leys.  To gain funding, City need as many votes as possible and urges the whole community to support them in their bid.  To vote for the project costs nothing and takes only a few minutes, just go to: and vote for the club.

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