It was a wonderful day in great conditions for the competitors from Tipperary in the Aldi/Bus Eireann/Sport Ireland Community Games National Finals National Finals at the University of Limerick on Saturday 24th September. Congratulations to the competitors from Tipperary who shone amongst the crème de la crème, winning gold inRead More →

Community Games National Swimming FinalsThe Kingdom Swimming Club was well represented at the recent National Community Games Swimming Finals with a number of our swimmers representing their respective fields in a number of individual and relay events, and winning 4 individual and 1 team medals for the Kingdom. Congratulations toRead More →

The Haddam-Killingworth women’s cross country team won the title when the Cougars competed in the Suffren Invitational in New York last weekend. Photo courtesy of Matt Diglio Senior captain Erin Marica took first place in the 100m breaststroke and 500m freestyle, qualifying for the States in the latter event, toRead More →

Australia Swimming Team Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games From golden Australian beaches to backyard swimming pools, any kid who’s ever ventured into the water knows the importance of having a buddy nearby. It’s no surprise, then, that as Swimming Australia CEO Eugenie Buckley takes her organization into uncharted waters of brandRead More →

Olga Pavlova, vice-president of the All-Russian Synchronized Swimming Association, has been suspended for two years by the Russian Anti-Doping Association (RUSADA) for violating anti-doping rules. Apart from her role in synchronized swimming, she was a track and field (athletics) coach and a deputy in the State Council of the RepublicRead More →

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Three-time British Olympian Aimee Willmott was elected as the new Athlete Representative for the British Swimming Board. Willmott, who represented Great Britain at the Olympic Games London 2012, Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 (2021), retired last November. British Swimming describes the role of the athlete representative as a “crucial intermediaryRead More →

Elsie Lange Sunbury resident Mel O’Neill is leading the fight to get more children access to swimming lessons at the local council-run aquatics center but fears her work is futile. In April, it was revealed that wait times for swimming lessons in the borough were skyrocketing, following questions from MsRead More →

The natural state of Arkansas, home to hundreds of outdoor attractions, offers tourists the opportunity to indulge in exciting activities. A trip to this amazing state will be beautiful and thrilling, providing an opportunity to experience its beautiful natural rock formations, exciting hiking trails, amazing waterfalls, and towering mountains. TheRead More →

Sheerness Swimming Club and Lifeguard Corps cause a stir after clinching first place in the Octopus League. They emerged with 39 points – three points clear of nearest rivals Croydon South – having won four of five galas. Members of the Sheerness Swimming Club and Lifeguard Corps are in aRead More →

When the San Jose Sharks traded for Erik Karlsson in 2018, they were expected to struggle before rebuilding. They skipped the contending game and stalled in a mess of aging anchors. What the Sharks are going through right now is a slow rebuild, with limited flexibility and few futures toRead More →

The club is delighted to have so many of its swimmers representing their respective regions and competing in the County Kerry Community Games Finals this weekend.The event saw KSC win a large number of medals in all individual and team events. Gold Medalists will advance to the UL National FinalsRead More →

Wipro’s waterlogged office at Sarja Road in Bengaluru has drawn mixed reactions from industry leaders and netizens. While some resorted to humor, others urged relevant authorities to take concrete steps to address the bottleneck problem plaguing India’s Silicon Valley. An employee of Mahindra Logistics said that coding is not goodRead More →

A new global study published by the Institute of Zoology and Zoology of the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) Hopkins Marine Station at Stanford University is the world’s first-ever analysis of how sharks and their relatives (rays and stingrays) use the vertical dimension of the ocean. Found worldwide in ourRead More →

Scarborough councilors criticized the borough council cabinet’s decision to sell the town’s former indoor swimming pool to a developer over concerns about ‘due process’, although council officers argued no rule had been broken. At a heated meeting of the authority’s Places and Futures Oversight and Review Committee, the cabinet ofRead More →

Kirsty Neill won a stunning silver medal in the 200m breaststroke at the British Summer Championships. The Bishop’s Stortford Swimming Club member set a club record for finishing on the podium in the 15-year-old class at the Ponds Forge International Sports Center in Sheffield. In what has been a thrillingRead More →