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Tadpoles

Tadpoles are term time lessons for young swimmers starting out.

The current term finishes on Saturday 18th July.

There is no swimming on Monday 4th of May or Sunday 24th of May to Saturday 30th of May (Half term)

Please click here to download the summer forms and details.

Entry Forms
DateCompetitionClosing
Sunday, 20 September 2015 Erith Super Sunday Sprint Meet Monday, 13 July 2015
Saturday, 03 October 2015 OOJSC Season Starter (Electronic Entry) Tuesday, 01 September 2015
Saturday, 03 October 2015 OOJSC Season Starter (OOJSC Members) Tuesday, 01 September 2015
Saturday, 03 October 2015 OOJSC Season Starter Monday, 07 September 2015
Acceptance Forms
Latest Results
DateTitle
Sunday, 28 June 2015 Race Night
Sunday, 14 June 2015 Future Champs (Saxon Crown)
Saturday, 13 June 2015 Kent Junior League (Divison 1, Gala 2)
Saturday, 06 June 2015 White Horse League (Round 2)
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Sun, 19 Jul London ASA Fun meet - L3 - suitable for all Crystal Palace ()
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Warren Road Primary Tri (Posted on Sunday, 05 July 2015)
Warren Road Primary School held their first ever school triathlon yesterday in memory of a father who's sons are both members of Orpington Ojays. With the help of top squad swimmers the day was a huge success. The race consisted of 4 lengths of the on site pool, totalling 40m followed by 4 laps of the playground on the bike before heading out onto the school playing field for a 2 lap run around the perimeter.

Top squad swimmers, Ben Strover, Justin Strover, Callum Baronti, Daniella Shipley, Anna Cvjetan, Samuel Gaster, William Magee-Brown, Alice Bennett, gave up their Saturday afternoon to help and got stuck in to racking bikes, helping children with transitions, transporting bikes, marshalling and cheering. The club has received many compliments from members of school staff and parents at the event saying how brilliant our swimmers were: behaving like young adults; showing initiative; working as a brilliant team and doing the club extremely proud.

The event really was a huge success thanks to our members help and on behalf of the club we would like to say a massive thank you to all involved who made a huge difference.

Special thanks to Masters squad swimmer and world duathlon champion Ben Cockburn who also attended to inspire the young athletes, hand out prizes at the end and speak to the athletes about the sport.
White Horse League Rnd 3 (Posted on Sunday, 05 July 2015)
On Saturday evening Orpington Ojays were at Eltham pool for the third round of the White Horse League.

The team were up against 7 other clubs and after finishing 5th in the previous round were full of determination to improve on that result. Cheered on by their team mates, swimmers pulled out some great swims out of the bag and after a very close battle with Erith for second place, Orpington finished in a very respectable 3rd place. Congratulations to the team - you were phenomenal!

Thanks to coaches Sergio and Dave, poolside management from Gina and Julie and officials Sandra M, Sandra G, Steve and Mandy and of course to our parents who as always provided vocal support from the gallery.

Looking forward to the final round which is being held at the London Aquatic Centre on 19th September - it's going to be exciting!
Sevenoaks Junior Aquathlon (Posted on Sunday, 05 July 2015)
7 Orpington Ojays swimmers competed in this really well run event on Sunday at Tonbridge school. Competing were Hannah, Justin and Ben Strover, Jess and Eddie Sellar, Will Dennis and Callum Baronti. Fantastic results with Eddie Sellar taking 2nd place and Justin Strover not happy to just win the Tristar 2 category he also set a new course record!

In the youth event Ben Strover picked up 2nd place and Jess Sellar took first place - really fantastic results! Local and national hero Dame Kelly Holmes was on hand and presented our athletes with their medals.