Intermediate AUTUMN CRAWL COURSE
If it’s to enjoy a new autumn challenge for greater efficiency and ease, to challenge yourself to build on your longer summer swim distances or to prepare for a spring competition, WILD EDGE SWIM will help you achieve these goals.
In a fun and supportive learning environment you’ll be guided every step of the way.
Give yourself the treat of time to undertake this course and realise your goals big or small.
This course is for swimmers who can either do slow continuous crawl, or can maintain crawl over a certain length such as 150-200 meters.
This course will help you become more efficient, be able to maintain your stroke without becoming breathless and have greater speed as a result of these things. Mooring up solid foundations we will cover the finer points of crawl to really hone your stroke.
This course will be delivered from Battery Rocks, Wherrytown or Penzance Harbour, all within Mount’s Bay.
St Anthony’s car park, TR18 4AU is the nearest car park to all these venues.
Small Group Course: maximum of 6 people
Running a small group ensures you’ll have more individual guidance for your specific needs within the course.
for six sessions.
September 9th – October 14th
(reserve date October 21st)
Battery Rock, Wherrytown or Penzance harbour (all within Mount’s Bay), depending on conditions.
The nearest car park to all these venues is St Anthony’s car park, TR18 4AU.
£135 for six sessions.
A deposit of £60 is required to book your place.
The remaining £75 is payable at least seven days before the start of the course.
Please be aware this course will only run if a minimum of 4 people book onto it.
In the event of cancelling a course for this reason, your full deposit will be refunded.
You need to be able to swim at least 400 metres continuously, preferably further, and be experienced in swimming in any stroke in the sea, so you are comfortable with a range of sea and weather conditions.
As far as possible I will keep to the following specified times and dates, so you will be swimming and learning in a range of conditions, within safe parameters.
Swim fins are a useful aid for this course when carrying out certain drills, but are optional if you are on a budget or have lower-back issues.
A wetsuit, goggles, swim cap and tow float must be worn. Swim fins are a useful aid for this course but are optional if you are on a budget or have lower back issues.
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Ella Turk-Richards is a fully qualified beach lifeguard so you are in safe hands.
Depending on sea conditions, the water entry point will be at one of the three Penzance venues specified above.
Ella will contact you by text the day before each session to confirm where we are meeting.
This course will run in the rain!
As far as possible we will keep to the specified times and dates, so you will be swimming and learning in a range of conditions, within safe parameters.
On occasion, unsafe weather/sea conditions may mean we need to reschedule a session (hence the reserve date).
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