The club are once again in an extended period of not training due to the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic. We are looking forwarded to welcoming our swimmers back to the water when we are allowed to. If anyone is thinking of joining the club when we return to the water, please email email@example.com for more information.
At 11:20 A.M. on the 30th June the club completed their lockdown challenge of performing a virtual world tour which started on 1st May. By the middle of June we had fallen behind schedule but rallied in the last two weeks to get to complete the distance with half a day to spare. SCB really […]
Well done, and thank you to everyone who completed the challenge in May. We collectively “travelled” 11555.11 miles, and exceeded the original target. We are now “continuing around the world” to get home again during June 2020!
As of last night, we have completed 4772 miles out of a total of 9750 on our way to Japan, and are just 100 miles away from the half way mark!
As of last night, we have now “travelled” 2980 miles since 1st May. We are making our way through Iran, along the coast of the Caspian Sea and on our way to Turkmenistan. Lets see what this weekend brings – only 6770 miles to go until we reach Japan.
During May 2020, SCB are walking/running/cycling/rowing/jumping the distance from Aberdeen to Japan. Progress after 5 days is as follows… Currently 2323 miles completed out of a total of 9750.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, all club training sessions are currently suspended. Training will resume in accordance with guidance from the government and Scottish Swimming.
On the 14th of June several team members made the trip to Swansea, Wales to represent Silver City Blues at the British National Masters Long Course Meet 2019. As a result, the team secured an array of achievements from personal bests all the way to European records. Friday Session 1 first saw the team competing […]
The open water season started on the 1st June with the first event at Lochore Meadows Country Park in Fife. Silver City Blues were represented by Kelly McIntosh, Gillian Main, Will Moir and Brian Bain who all took part in the 2 km race. Kelly and Gillian took the first two places in the women’s […]
A Report from Dianne Fraser ASV was unavailable for our usual training on 25th May so 10 of the SCB swimmers and friends decided to walk the 589 m hill. We thoroughly enjoyed being deep in the countryside, so quiet and peaceful, and getting to know our swim pals and friends better. “Clachnaben” is seemingly […]