Monthly Archives: October 2014

Swimzoom underwater photos now available to purchase/download from Swimzoom website


A reminder: Deadline to pre-order your Swimzoom calendar @ £15 expires 1 November after which the price increases. Printed calendars arriving early December.


In the meantime, the Swimzoom underwater images are now available to purchase/download directly from the Swimzoom web site.

How It Works: 

  1. To order your 300 dpi downloadable photo file, go to
  2. Click on Galleries > Haringey Aquatics
  3. Enter password HAsz14 (case sensitive)
  4. See below swimming groups to find your photo group
  5. Use Swimzoom’s guidelines for all your technical/purchasing questions. [Any other swimmer questions direct to]


If the club purchases 50 photo downloads, Swimzoom will make a 10% donation to our 2015 camp/activities fund so please do share the password with friends and family in the lead up to the holidays.


Once you’ve purchased your file from Swimzoom, do take advantage of the discounted offers from one of our Calendar Sponsors Foto Plus in Crouch End, specialising in photo prints and grandparental gifts, details here Foto Plus Offers    and for more information and to place an order

Swimming groups are as follows (we apologise in advance for any misspellings or misidentified swimmers).Northumberland Park (Learn to Swim) and Water Polo photos are grouped separately. Swimzoom photos groups


Many thanks again to all those who participated!


Fantastic news: diving facilities to remain at Park Road Leisure Centre

After a hard-fought campaign Haringey Aquatics is delighted to announce that diving facilities at Park Road will be retained. In a city where you can count the number of diving training facilities on one hand, it was obvious to us how important it was to keep diving provision at Park Road. This decision will ensure that Haringey Aquatics can remains a centre for excellence for this incredible aquatics discipline, and consolidate its reach across North London. Many thanks to all our members and local partners who have supported the club through this challenging period.

Haringey Aquatics awarded Swim 21 Accreditation

Haringey Aquatics has become a Swim 21 “Essential” Accredited Club after a comprehensive assessment process during 2014.  Overseen by the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA), Swim 21 covers 21 modules on all aspects on how to run a well-managed, focused and successful aquatics (swimming, diving, water polo) club.

Read more in the article published in the Ham and High Broadway http://


Swim 21 picture

From left to right: Paul Doyle, Head Coach; Richard Lerman, Swim 21 Liaison and Diving Squad Manager; Matthew Whitty, Haringey Aquatics Chair and former swimmer.