The BHSC is geared towards competitive swimming. The club is structured to allow our young swimmers in Learn to Swim to progress all the way through to the top end of our competitive programme. This happens in a progressive way through each squad. Every squad has specific criteria and goals which gives a clear pathway from one squad to the next.

The wealth of experience and drive our teachers and coaches bring will help you to achieve your goals, whatever they may be. We are a competitive club, so we do believe in excellence both from our staff and swimmers.

Our philosophy is to develop extremely competent swimmers whilst bringing fitness and enjoyment into your lives. We strive to offer the best in swimming teaching, coaching and dry-land tuition we can offer.

The final weekend of the Middlesex County Championships took place at Barnet this weekend. After 2 long weekends, this weekend saw the swimmers taking part in 50m sprints, Relays and the distance events 800/1500m.

Day 5

Day 3

Was the quietest of the competition days so far, the swimmer of the day came from Kai Carlos. Kai destroyed his heat in the 200m Backstroke. Kai swam aggressively from the first to the last length, resulting in a 13sec PB time...

This weekend was the start of the Middlesex County Championships. This year’s Championships are being held over 3 weekends at Barnet Copthall Leisure Centre. We had 40 swimmers qualify for this year’s Championships, an increase of 10 swimmers from 2015 competition.

Day one...

Over the last two weeks, 4 Harrow swimmers competed at Nationals. Both Jamie Woodbridge and Ryan Carstairs competed at the Para-Nationals in Manchester on the 12/13th December and Pavan Marwaha & Ben Hooper competed in Sheffield at the National Winter Short Course Championships...

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