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Amazing performance at Synchro NAG's 2015
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Synchro Scottish Nationals Success 2015
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Clean Sweep for Metro Synchro Team at Regionals
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England Synchronised Swimming Squad 2016
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Synchro interhouse figure competition
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Synchro England Age Group Squad
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Synchronised Swimming Championships May 2015
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Mini Meet Notice

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Mini Meet 2016 Round 4

Here are the accepted entries for Round 4 of the mini meets
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Canoe Holiday Course

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Cheshires 2016 Accepted Entries

Here are the entries that have been submitted for the 2016 Cheshire County Championships
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Mini Meets 2016 Round 3 & 4

[Update 17.12.2015] Stockport Metro Entries
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AGM Annual Reports

Here are the Reports from the 2015 AGM  
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Parry Win Season Opener

Team Parry are the winners of the 1st Jelly Baby Cup of the 2015-16 season. The victorius team are pictured ...
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About Us

Stockport Metro Swimming Club, based at Grand Central Pools in the centre of Stockport, is home to one of the most acclaimed coaching and competitive swimming programmes in Great Britain.

The Club, Stockport Sports Trust and the asa (the National Governing Body for Swimming in England) have worked in partnership to support a group of committed professional coaching staff, athletes, administrators and volunteers in the creation of one of the world’s leading swimming coaching and training environments, providing a proven pathway from swimming lesson programmes and local clubs through to world class standard.

Established in 1974, Stockport Metro currently has a membership of approximately 230 swimmers.

The Club is affiliated to the asa North West Region and to the Cheshire County Water Polo and Swimming Association (CWPSA), which binds it to the laws and rules of these organisations as well as to those of British Swimming (formerly the Amateur Swimming Federation of Great Britain), and FINA, the World Governing Body of Swimming.

Stockport Metro was the first club to achieve asa Swim 21 Accreditation at Performance level. Swim 21 is a quality mark that recognises those swimming clubs which provide safe, effective and quality services for the benefit of their members, based on the principles of long term athlete development.