6 Results for tag: competition

Fantastic Forres Fun and Triumphs

We had a fantastic weekend at the Forres 2 Day Meet on 11-12 March.  With swimmers ranging in age from 9-16, the adult support team had their work cut out!  As always, the kids behaviour was impeccable and their achievement in the pool worthy of high praise indeed.  Whilst too many achievements to list individually, you can read the results yourse... More

Fantastic Swims at ND Age Group Rnd 1 in Aberdeen

Erin McDonald, Alex Mackay, Lucy McDonald, Emma Mill, Euan Macdonald, Mark McCoustra and Lewis Sutherland achieved major success in the ND Age Group Rnd 1 Championships held in Aberdeen at the weekend.  The swimmers' achievements far exceeded all expectations following our recent return to Thurso Pool and limited training over the previous few weeks.  ... More

Scottish Short Course Championships

Erin McDonald recently competed in the Scottish Short Course Championships in Edinburgh where she  accredited herself very well with a PB in her 50 Fly, and just outside her PB for 50 and 100 Breast. More

Scottish Summer Meet, Aberdeen 2016

Four of our A squad swimmers. Katie Mackay, Erin McDonald, Alex Mackay and Euan Macdonald, headed to Aberdeen to compete in the Scottish Summer Meet held in July 2016.  Undoubtedly the highlight of this trip was Katie Mackay breaking the 30 second barrier for her 50 Fly (29.71) and earning her a well deserved Silver Medal.  This was an exceptiona... More

Pentland Trophy Results

Recent photos from Pentland Trophy a head to head competition between Thurso ASC and Orkney ASC  - this year the trophy was closely contested with Thurso finishing victorious. Final scores Orkney  123 points Thurso  135  points More

Would you like to be a Reporter?

We are looking for someone who would be willing to take over the producing of the reports that go into our local paper for the swim meets that TASC attend. At present Shirley Bain and David Spencer carry out this task and they are happy to have a chat to anyone who would like to take this over. Ideally it should be someone who attends the swim meet who can ... More