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Professional TrainingCompetitive SwimmingSynchro (Artistic) Swimming
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Professional training is offered to swimmers over 6 years old and all abilities are catered for, from skill development through to National Qualifiers
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Warriors of Warrington is a competitive swimming club and all members are encouraged to compete in both internal and external galas.
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Synchronised (Artistic) swimming combines swimming with dance and gymnastics. Perfect for the recreational or competitive artistic swimmers.
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 Details of this year’s Percy Mason Memorial Meet can be found HERE.

Warriors is a competitive swimming club based in Warrington, Cheshire, UK with over 250 swimming members. Swimmers over 6 years old and of all abilities are catered for from skill development through to National Qualifiers following national guidance for the development of competitive swimmers.

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Warriors of Warrington in partnership with LiveWire’s Swim Training Scheme aims to co-ordinate a structured development programme for swimmers aged 6 years and upward who show potential, and promote opportunities for their journey to the highest level in competitive swimming and synchronised swimming (artistic swimming).

Creating Champions

The club has produced swimmers who have have:

  • •  broken British Age group records
  • •  been British Age Group Champions
  • •  represented Scotland at the 2014 Commonwealth Games
  • •  represented Britain at European and World Championships
  • •  won medals at the 2016 European Championships

and been selected for:

  • •  British Swimming English Talent Programmes
  • •  2012 and 2016 Olympic Podium Potentials Scheme
  • •  British Swimming Podium Programme for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.


Warriors welcomes swimmers with disabilities and provides a supportive and inclusive environment to develop their skills and how to apply or exemptions and classifications required for competitions.