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OOJSC invites you to our 2014 Season Starter Level 3 Licensed Open Meet (27th & 28th September)

Our meet provides an early opportunity to gain County Championship times in 50's, 100's, 200's and 400m events.

There are awards for top three 9yrs to 16yrs+ and open events top three for 13yrs and under and 14yrs and over. Also there is top club, top girl and top boy trophies to be won.

The closing date is Midnight Sunday 31st August. Entries are on first come first served with priority to clubs that provide two officials for each session. The entry forms are available below. Good luck to all.

Entry Forms
Saturday, 27 September 2014 OOJSC Open Season Starter (Electronic Updated) Sunday, 31 August 2014
Saturday, 27 September 2014 OOJSC Open Season Starter Sunday, 31 August 2014
Monday, 15 September 2014 OOJSC Club Champs Monday, 01 September 2014
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Matt Steere wins again at Marlow (Posted on Tuesday, 26 August 2014)
On Sunday morning four Masters squad swimmers Matt Steere, Steve Morris, Ben Cockburn and Jay Walker headed to Marlow for the Human Race 3k open water swim. Matt had already won two earlier events in the series, Hampton Court and Windsor so pressure was on for a third. Matt's hard training each week paid off and he again claimed victory, this time by two seconds, finishing in an impressive 39 minutes and 4 seconds. Steve Morris was next home for the club in 48 minutes 25 seonds, finishing in 15th place overall, 10th male and 2nd in the 40-44 male age group. Ben Cockburn finished in 50 minutes 26 seconds placing him 20th overall, 14th male and 2nd in the 20-24 male age group. Jay Walker finished in 59 minutes 28 seconds which placed her 51st overall, 14th female and 3rd in the 35-39 female age group.

Very impressive that all four of our swimmers finished in the top 3rd of the tough River Thames race.
Success for Orpington Ojays as Swimmers Shine at Basildon (Posted on Thursday, 24 July 2014)
Another great weekend in the last event of the season for Team Ojays at Basildon Open where 24 swimmers (a handful shown here) including some new to long course competitions, represented the Club in over 100 events delivering many pbs as well as achieving 9 gold, 10 silver, 3 Bronze, 13 fourth, 8 fifth, 13 sixth places.

Well done to our swimmers for competing with great success:
Alessio Tutt, Anna Cvjetan, Ben Strover, Callum Baronti, Clio Bacon, Daniella Shipley, Ed Pauling, Ed Sellar, Elizabeth Marsch, Ella Norwood, Ellie Harden, Emily Smith, Justin Strover, Kate Ridley, Katie Napier, Lilli Cutajar, Max Peel, Sam Gaster, Singh Sanhu Sahib, Tamryn Van Selm, Thomas Bennett, Thomas Magee Brown and William Magee Brown.

Congratulations for superb swims go to:
Anna Cvjetan 2 Bronze in 100 and 200 fly and 1 Silver in 200 backstroke, Ben Strover with 2 silver in 50 and 400 freestyle and Gold in 200 IM, Callum Baronti Silver in 200 fly, Clio Bacon Silver in 100 Breaststroke, Daniella Shipley Sliver in 200 IM, Ed Pauling Silver in 50 breaststroke and 50 fly and Gold in 50 and 200 free and 200 backstroke and 200 IM, Ed Sellar Silver in 400 free, Katie Napier Gold in 400 IM, Silver in 100 backstroke and Bronze in 50 Back, Tamryn Van Selm Gold in 200 and 400 free and 200 backstroke.

Thanks to parents and officials for supporting this great event.
Steve takes 2nd in Padstow (Posted on Monday, 21 July 2014)
Whilst Matt Steere was winning in the Thames Steve Morris was waiting for the tide to fill The Camel Estuary with water for the annual Padstow to Rock swim in Cornwall. Having been told during the safety briefing and in pre-event emails it is not a race it is a challenge all the swimmers in the "elite" wave were definitely treating it as a race. With a RLNI boat leading the way creating too much wake and the usual rough and tumble during the start, getting into the stroke wasn't easy. Once clear though and into a rhythm it was a great "race". Steve was out of the water in second place in about 18 minutes after a sprint finish with third to receive his bottle of water, a Rick Stein pasty and a pint of Doom Bar. (Things are different in the west country.)