Towel Policy for Swimmer

Due to numerous incidents of unreturned towels dumped at the shower rooms or even dustbins, from today onwards all swimmers must abide the following rules for the usage of club towel:

1. Register the collection of towel by writing down your name.

2. Each swimmer can ONLY take ONE towel

3. After using the towel, return the towel and put a tick after your name.

4. The cost of any unreturned towel will be charged on the swimmers’ accounts/parents’ accounts.

Returning the towel after using is an act of responsibility, we hope all swimmers disregard of age, will cultivate this type of sense of responsibility, thank you!

 

Informative Swimming Sites & Blogs

For those who are interested to follow the world of swimming either locally or internationally, the following sites and blogs are highly recommended:

Local:

1. http://ibswimteam.blogspot.com/

2. http://malaysiaswimming.org/

3. http://mssmmoeakuatik.blogspot.com/2014_03_01_archive.html

International:

1. http://swimswam.com/news/

2. http://www.swimcoachingbrain.com/

3. http://theswimmingexpert.com/

4. http://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/default.aspx

5. https://www.facebook.com/MindBodyAndSwim

6. http://www.liveswimmingresults.com/

Happy reading and it will be updated from time to time.

 

Alwyn Tan Did It Again!

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(Alwyn in the middle)

Once again, Alwyn Tan made Penang and PSC proud by smashing two meet records at 50th Malaysia Invitation Age Group Swimming Championship 2014. He swam the golden races in 50M Free(23.52), 50M Fly and 100M(55.95) Fly by breaking Ben Proud’s record in 50M Free and Daniel Bego’s record in 100M Fly. Worth noted that his 50M Free’s time is only a whisker away from our Malaysia National Record held by Foo Jian Beng at 23.42.

A huge congratulation to him and we wish him to perform even better in future.

 

 

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Congratulations to  Alwyn Tan for breaking the record of 50M Freestyle which was swum by Allen Ong in 1997, his personal best of 23.85s erased Allen’s long standing record time of 24.35s.

Congratulations again and well done!