King's Cormorants Swimming Club  

Kings Cormorant's Masters Swimming Club is for adult swimmers. Our training sessions aim to help you improve your strokes, get fit and prepare for local, national and international competitions. You can take part on any level. You can choose to train for fitness and friendship or to compete. Competitions are open to all registered masters swimmers and there are no qualifying times - unless you are looking at European or World events.


Welcome to the King's Cormorants website. Here you can find information about our sessions, training,  joining the club, and links  to other useful swimming resources.


Need advice on planning your training year, setting targets and how schedules are structured to help you achieve your aims then take a look at our training page. Details of future swim meets and results go to events or results.


Coach's Letter sets out the training plan  to the end of this year.



Congratulations to Christine who completed the February Fitness Challenge of swimming on every day in the month.She had a target of 55,000 yards, and succeeded in doing 69,075 yards.

See feature on ASA masters hub.



Club Awards 2014


All Round Improver - Roger Pratt


Open Water  - Christine Goodair


Wim Van Beukelen Breaststroke - John Bingham


Willi Van Reisel Backstroke - Lauren Snyman


Butterfly - Nicky Bindler


Front Crawl - Karen Fenner 



Latest News.....


Swim 22 - Friday 17 April Swimming 22 miles to raise money to help find a cure for Diabetes

Swimmers from the Cormorants and the Kings Club are going to attempt to collectively clock up the distance of the English channel 22 miles (1161.6 lengths of the Kings College School pool) on the evening of 17 April as part of the Swim 22 initiative to raise money for Diabetes Research. It should be a great evening and cake will be provided to sustain the swimmers during the evening. Almost all of us have family or firends affected by diabetes and we hope to raise at least £750. To donate go to for donations.



Guernsey Swim Meet, March 20-22  A successful weekend in Guernsey for the club. The Women's 280-319, 200m Freestyle Relay Team took the British and European Record in a time of 2.34.75, beating the previous record by nearly 3secs. The team comprised, Penny, Elizabeth, Jane and Anna.Not only that - Anna won the Top Lady Award, and the team won the Top Visiting Club Award.


Dorking Swimarathon Saturday 7 March 2015

Our 3 teams raised £260 for Dorking Friends of Cancer Research and thoroughly enjoyed the day. There was stiff competition between the B & C teams who finished with 78 and 81 laps respectively. The A team just made their target of 100 laps with the aid of diving starts. Donations will be accepted for a few more weeks at


 The B & C Teams after the event