Welcome to Plymouth Leander Swimming Club
We aim to help every swimmer fulfil their potential, while at the same time making friendships and enjoying experiences which help them grow not only in the pool but in school and in life!
ABOUT PLYMOUTH LEANDER
We are one of the top swimming clubs in the country and have an impressive track record at all levels of competition from junior meets through to the Olympics. Our dynamic, professional and dedicated team of coaches includes two Olympians. Our aim is to inspire and motivate all of our swimmers to be the very best they can be; to fulfil their potential and to follow their dreams.
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Tom Fannon has been selected to the Glasgow 2018 European Championships squad
Tom completes the 45 strong squad competing in August after impressing selectors with strong performances at the Commonwealth Games.read more
Plymouth Leander Swimming: Finding Success in Revitalisation
As one of the largest clubs in the United Kingdom, Plymouth Leander Swimming has always sought to be not only successful, but also unique.read more
Plymouth Leander dominate final to become national club champions
Plymouth Leander swimmers put on an impressive display to claim victory in the Arena Swimming League National Cup Final yesterday (Sunday). After three years as runners up, the Blue Army led from start to finish to win the title for the 8th time.read more
Plymouth Leander provide 12 swimmers for the Commonwealth Games
Think of international sporting centres of excellence and you might imagine them based in major cities like London, New York or Tokyo. How about adding Plymouth to that list? The city is home to 12 swimmers from six different nations competing at the 2018 Commonwealth Games - and they all belong to one club.read more
MEET OUR COACHES
Plymouth Leander has this week launched two new junior swimming squads named after its biggest stars.
The Ben Proud and Ruta Meilutyte squads are aimed at younger swimmers in an attempt to bridge the gap between learn to swim programmes and club swimming.read more
The Summer Championships and the three home nation summer meets continue to form part of the broader Performance Pathway Strategy aimed at supporting the UK’s junior swimming talent on their journey towards senior medal-winning international performances.read more
The National Summer Meet is Swim England’s biggest domestic swimming event of the year.read more