Established in 1981 we are South Yorkshire’s premier competitive swimming club and train at the prestigious Ponds Forge International Sports Centre in Sheffield. Our aim is to compete at the highest levels in the sport, and within our squads we have many International swimmers and National medallists. We also compete at district, county and regional levels, including various open meets through-out the year. We are an ASA Beacon Club and are regularly ranked in the top 10 clubs in Great Britain.
For any training related enquiries please email by clicking this link. Any enquiries about COSSS Open Meets should be directed to our Gala Secretary by clicking this link. For any general enquiries or correspondence please email our Honorary Secretary Val Ragsdale by clicking this link. or for written correspondence , send to:- COSSS Honorary Secretary, 51 Woodburn Drive, Chapeltown, Sheffield, S35 1YT. Many of the photos on our site are courtesy of Simon Wright at GBswimstars, see more of his work at www.gbswimstars.com
- Last Updated on Monday, 18 July 2016 14:24
COSSS teams were performing simultaneously last weekend with our younger swimmers smashing it up at the White Rose League in Huddersfield and the Barnsley Minors team were in action at Stocksbridge.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 July 2016 21:41
The Scottish Open Championships were held at the Tollcross pool in Glasgow over 5 days between 29th June and 3rd July. COSSS swimmers from AGN and Senior Elite competed against top swimmers from the UK and mainland Europe, including many of the British Olympic Team, as they work on their final preparations for their target meets later in the Summer.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 July 2016 10:30
As the end of the season approaches, a large contingent of our swimmers from J03, JO2, JO1, RS and AGN squads were on top form at the John Charles Centre.
- Last Updated on Thursday, 23 June 2016 17:34
This season has seen the retirement from competitive swimming of two Teamsteel stalwarts - Becky Turner and Braxston Timm. In addition to their obvious swimming achievements outlined below, they have been invaluable role models and inspired younger swimmers. They will be missed by their teammates, coaches and the club as a whole.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 June 2016 18:02
This year's Age Group NER Championships were held over two weekends at Ponds Forge with COSSS having a large number of competitors. After four days of tough competition, COSSS won 40 medals and secured 34 other finals places, surpassing last year's performance.