Duncan Scott to Visit the Tryst & Free Aqua-Run Session!
Duncan Scott Visits the Tryst
On Saturday 2nd February, we'll be welcoming double Olympic Silver Medallist and World Champion Duncan Scott to the Tryst Sports Centre. Duncan, who became the first Scot to take home five medals in the one Commonwealth Games at the 2018 Gold Coast games will be visiting as part of our Learn to Swim programme.
On the day, he'll be in attendance from 9am - 11.30am. Duncan is an ambassador for the Scottish Swimming Learn to Swim framework and will be joining us to celebrate the success of this excellent programme. On the day, parents will be able to sign their children up to our brilliant lessons. We have spaces in Early Years swimming (4-month - 3-years) as well as all other lesson types. Swimming is a hugely important life skill and one that we firmly believe all children should learn.
We are delighted to be welcoming Duncan to the Tryst who will be sure to inspire many of our young swimmers! Young swimmers will get the chance to meet Duncan who will be happy to take selfies, sign items and also take part in a Q&A session. Duncan will also be taking part in a race against some swimmers from local swimming clubs!
Also, if you come along on the day and sign your child up to our swimming lessons, you'll receive a free guest pass worth £20.
Aqua-Run Fun Session
Duncan will be at the Tryst from 9am - 11.30am but the fun doesn't stop there! From midday we'll be holding a fun session with our Aqua-Run and inflatables available to use in the pool completely free of charge. We'll also have a DJ on the day to get the pool party going! The Aqua-Run will be at the venue from 12pm - 2pm, spaces are limited and will be given on a first-come-first-served basis.
We look forward to welcoming you all on the day.
Please note that the following rules will be in place on the day for the Aqua-Run:
- Child admissions policy to swimming pool
- Users must follow the instructions of the Lifeguard at all times
- Users must be 8 years + above
- Users must be able to swim 25m using a recognised stroke prior to being permitted access
- Users should only slide when the landing area is clear.
- Do not swim underneath the inflatable.
- When in water, try to distance yourself from the inflatable by swimming away from it as quick as you can. Do not try to reach, grab, impede or pull players that are still on the inflatable.