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        St Albans Masters Swimming Club

JUNE 2013 - Herts. ASA Masters Champions

STAM swimmers once again proved themselves worthy champions at the Herts ASA Masters Championships at Borehamwood on Saturday 22nd June, winning the McMullen Masters Trophy for the 8th year running.

Full results.  Team Places


St Albans Masters Swimming Club (STAM) was formed in 2006 bringing together Masters swimmers (18 and over) from two St Albans swimming clubs, City of St Albans ASC (CoStA) and Verulam ASC, to take part in swimming events as one club.


The masters sections in CoStA and Verulam provide adult swimmers with the opportunity to improve fitness, and train in a friendly, supportive atmosphere.  Each club has swimmers of varying levels of ability and commitment and all types of swimmers are equally welcome - from those who just want to have a structure around their swimming to help improve their general fitness to those who also want to participate in competitive events. Our first competition under the new club’s banner in June 2006 saw us winning the team event at the Herts Masters. We have managed to retain this prestigious trophy for the last eight years.


Our club has over 80 members and is registered with the Eastern Counties ASA, Hertfordshire ASA and the National ASA.  We are not all about swimming, we like to enjoy ourselves too and organise social events a few times each year, so that members from the two clubs can get to know each other better. Click here for new members information.


Any beginners looking for adult swimming lessons please go to our page on Strokes Ahead Sandringham for more details.

STAM Social Tri - Sat 31 May

Fingers were crossed for warmer weather and for many of us the first open water swim of the year. As luck would have it the forecast turned out right and although not the warmest day the sun came out occasionally. Another hearty breakfast at Durans followed by a 19 mile bike ride around quiet country lanes via Wheathampstead and Codicote, Emily’s Tea Shop topped up energy levels for the ride home to a buffet lunch at Paul and Jackie’s in Harpenden. The Hub in Redbourne provided coffee and cake half-way through the 8 mile walk around Rothamstead and Redbourne. The BBQ’s were fired up later for a pleasant evening socialising at Paul and Jackie’s

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May 2014