On Monday, the Maharashtra government further eased Covid-19 restrictions in the state following the drop in daily coronavirus cases. The state has now allowed swimming pools, amusement/water parks and spas to open at 50% capacity, while there is no limit on the number of funeral attendees. The order also saidRead More →

A West Berkshire swimmer broke a British, European and world record en route to glory over the weekend. Bucklebury’s Dave Milburn won the 50m, 100m and 200m breaststroke at the South East Region Masters Championships at the K2 Sports Center in Crawley on Saturday and Sunday. He broke the 50mRead More →

news, latest news, sport, swimming, warrnambool, mildura Warrnambool Swimming Club won 21 medals, including eight gold, in three days of competition at the Victorian Country Long Course Championships in Mildura. The 35 swimmers, who head coach Jayson Lamb said would “pack a good punch” ahead of the championships, took itRead More →

Glasgow City Council faces a £34million funding black hole that may need to be plugged by cutting vital services. Free food for children during school holidays, services for pupils with dyslexia and swimming lessons for elementary-aged children are among those at risk, along with the hike in crematorium fees andRead More →

sports, local sports, Swimmers from both sides of the border were in Mildura over the weekend competing at the national championships in Victoria. Albury, Wodonga, Wangaratta and Yarrawonga-Mulwala were all represented at the carnival, where Geelong Swimming Club were crowned overall champions. It was a third appearance at the championshipsRead More →

news, local news, VULNERABLE children in the Leeton County community who would otherwise not have access to swimming lessons have had the chance to learn this vital school of life. The Leeton Yanco Swiming Club coordinates the program after receiving a community building grant from the Leeton Shire Council. TheRead More →

news, latest news, swimming, warrnambool A wave of Warrnambool Swimming Club’s most talented swimmers are ready to head north to Mildura on Saturday for the Victorian Country Long Course Championships. The wider Victorian swimming community is expected to come out in droves to take part in the championships, which runRead More →

Of the 12 swimmers in Mike Venos’ team at Birmingham Brother Rice, four of them competed all four years. This lack of “full-time” experience isn’t something that’s standing in the way of Brother Rice as he begins his season. It’s not something that worries Venos. “The last time we wereRead More →

With victories over Susquehanna Township and East Pennsboro, the Boiling Springs boys’ and girls’ swim teams extended their blistering 2021-22 campaign on Tuesday and Thursday. HS Swimming: Braelen Mowe and Katie Buehler’s big nights ignite Boiling Springs wins over Big Spring The Bubbler boys took 138-27 and 133-12 wins whileRead More →

Maxwell will take tough practices if it means achieving his goal of finishing in the top eight in state. She took ninth place in the 100m butterfly at last year’s state event. Meeting Gene Cotter was a good test to show where Maxwell is in his progression. Because she wasn’tRead More →

At more than $100 per term and long waiting lists, swimming lessons are a “huge” financial burden on families, said Water Safety chief executive Daniel Gerrard. But a former Olympic swimming coach and swimming school owner says the price of life doesn’t even compare, while another swimming teacher says swimmingRead More →

Five girls from Herts and Essex Secondary Schools took pride in the Secondary School National Team Relay Championships. Catherine Clune, Ellen Millar-Bond, Emma Fields, Miriam Moukdad and Ella Greatbatch – all of whom are members of Bishop’s Stortford Swimming Club – performed well against strong opponents at the London AquaticsRead More →

news, latest news, SOUTHWEST swimmers are jumping at the chance to compete again following the COVID-19 disruptions which have limited their time in the pool. Warrnambool Swimming Club is sending 13 swimmers, aged 11 to 17, to the two-day championships at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Center this weekend. GemmaRead More →

Senior Northwestern Evan Bower (seated center) signed on to continue his education and swimming career at Shawnee State University earlier this week. Pictured: (front, LR) Michele Bower, Evan Bower, Lee Bower. (back cover, left to right) Dave Frantz, Hanna Tackett, Michelle Tackett, Gerald Cadogan. Jacob Smith | Daily schedules McDERMOTTRead More →

Four-time Olympian and seven-time medalist Emily Seebohm has revealed why she now thinks crying is a sign of weakness. Four-time Olympian and three-time Olympic gold medalist Emily Seebohm has revealed why she thinks crying is a sign of weakness. The 29-year-old was on Australia’s Beijing, London, Rio and Tokyo swimmingRead More →