Bluefin SC are heading to the #WePlay Inspiring Girls in Sport Conference on Wednesday 3rd July 2019 from 10:00 to 16:00.
Free transport to the Sport Ireland Campus in Dublin will be provided!
We encourage all our young athletes to join Helen and Karen at this fantastic one-day conference for females of any age, involved in any sport.
Tickets and further information on the conference can be found here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/weplay-inspiring-girls-in-sport-conference-tickets-59321764996
To help us organise transport, please let Christine know if you are attending, by this Friday 28th June on email@example.com
#WePlay 2019 Speakers
#WePlay 2019 Schedule
Training, as usual, this Saturday 16th March
There is NO TRAINING on Sunday 17th March, due to our athlete’s fundraiser challenge in Kilcornan.
The afternoon session on Monday 18th March at 4:30pm takes place in Kilcornan, as usual.
The Kingfisher Club Renmore closes early this bank holiday, so the 6pm session will now take place in Kilcornan.
Bluefin Swimming Club are holding try-outs for new swimmers who want to join the best team!
Taking place in Kilcornan Pool on Wednesday 11th March 2019, our try-outs start at 5pm and at 5:30pm – and take just 20 mins.
Places are limited, so please book in advance through our Club Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
To ensure the smooth running of the swim, please have your swimmer on deck, ready to start at their allotted time.
Before committing to a try-out with Bluefin SC, swimmers must be aged 9 or above, and have the following requirements:
• ASA Level 8 certificate, or equivalent.
• Be able to swim 100m Freestyle, 50m Breaststroke and 100m Backstroke, non-stop, all technically correct.
• Be happy to attempt a dive and try one length of Butterfly.
If currently attending swimming lessons, parents should discuss their child’s readiness to graduate to competitive swimming with their swim school/teacher.
Visualisation for Athletes with Pádraic Ó Máille
for Competitive and Performance Squads
Thursday 7th March 2019 from 6:30 to 7:30 pm
at the SCCUL Sanctuary, Kilcornan (Bungalow 9)
Many elite athletes around the world routinely use visualisation techniques as part of training and competition. Athletes have used these techniques to cultivate not only a competitive edge but also to create renewed mental awareness, a heightened sense of well-being and confidence. All of these factors have been shown to contribute to an athlete’s sports success. Guided imagery, visualisation, mental rehearsal or other such techniques can maximise the efficiency and effectiveness of your training – and Pádraic is going to help teach us how to go through this process!
Pádraic Ó Máille, one of Ireland’s most prominent speakers on personal development, is very generously donating his time to give our athletes a special seminar on visualisation to ‘see the swim’.
Pádraic trained as a coach and group facilitator in the US and UK. His ability to get people and groups clear on current reality, their desired futures and the actions they need to take has led him to work with some of Ireland’s most influential business leaders, government ministers, companies, political parties, charitable organisations and sports teams including Galway Hurling and Connacht Rugby.
The seminar will be held at the SCCUL Sanctuary which provides a venue for people in the local community to improve their wellbeing, gain new perspectives and have a respite from the daily challenges they face. SCCUL Sanctuary have very generously donated their facility for this special opportunity for Bluefin SC.
So, put it on your calendars and don’t miss this special session!