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Swim England Diving Club of the Year 2022 finalists revealed

The finalists for the 2022 Swim England Diving club of the year have been revealed ahead of this year’s Swim England National Awards.

The winner will be revealed at an awards ceremony which will take place in the Great Hall at the University of Birmingham on Saturday 26 November.

As well as diving club of the year there will also be awards for the best artistic swimming, water polo and swimming club of the year.

The nominees for the swimming club of the year have already been revealed which you can see here.

Awards will also be given to the volunteer, youth volunteer, technical official, coach and youth champion of the year as well as the spirit of aquatics award.

There’s also several other awards that will be given out at the ceremony. These are the Swim England Breakthrough Athlete of the Year awards, the Spirit of the Commonwealth Games awards and the Harold Fern and Alfred H Turner award.

Make sure to keep an eye on our channels over the coming weeks as we announce more finalists ahead of the ceremony in Birmingham.

The nominees the Swim England Diving Club of the Year Award, are:

City of Sheffield Diving Club

City of Sheffield Diving Club have provided weekly diving sessions to the community, free of charge, which have been attended by over 500 children so far in 2022.

Between March and July, the club delivered a talent identification programme in primary and secondary schools across South Yorkshire which resulted in over 50 new members as their initiatives across the year saw participation numbers grow to an all-time high.

The club has created effective and valued mentoring opportunities and over the last year they have tripled their amount of volunteer coaches.

In the past 12 months the club has organised the most amount of diving coaching courses of any club and their coaches continue to give their personal time to support coaches and clubs across the region.

Luton Diving Club

Luton Diving club has gone from strength to strength over the last few years, producing successfully divers at every level.

The success of their coaching staff has seen them impress throughout 2022. At the Swim England Diving National Age Group Championships finishing second in the overall standings with a massive 300 points throughout the four-day event.

They then went onto win the most gold medals at the Swim England National Skills Finals in July with four golds from the 12 events.

Luton Diving Club has continued to produce divers on the international stage too as their own Amy Rollinson was selected as part of Team England’s Commonwealth Games squad where she won bronze in the Women’s 1m Springboard competition.