Coco Becker won gold in the 10-year-old 50m butterfly at the 2022 Queensland State Sprint Championship. COFFS Harbor Swimming Club competed in the New South Wales State Age Championships held at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatics Centre, with swimmers achieving personal bests throughout the five competition days. Coach Daniel BannermanRead More →

Weyburn Artistic Swimming Club has named Shelley Dammann Volunteer of the Year 2020-21. When Dammann’s daughter, Megan, started synchronized swimming in 2010, the local swimming club was still known as ‘Weyburn Synchro Stars’. “WASC would like to recognize the incredible contributions of one of our hardest working volunteers, Shelley Dammann,”Read 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 →

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 →

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 →

Members of a West Lothian swimming club have done their bit for the community by donating to an organization that helps provide children with everything they need for school. Swim-IT has collected a number of items which have been donated to The School Bank West Lothian, who say they haveRead More →

The herald Ellina Mhlanga, senior sports journalistHIGHLANDS Swim Club coach Macalvine Makoni said they would like to see their swimmers reach great heights in the sport after successfully defending the title at the Harare Senior Championships. The club came out on top in the championships held at the Les BrownRead More →

CARNEGIE Swimming Club celebrates its “fantastic recognition” after being named Scottish Swimming Club of the Year for 2021. On Sunday, the sport’s governing body announced that despite stiff competition from fellow contenders Bon Accord Thistle ASC and Ythan ASC, they had received the prestigious award. The club’s swimmers, who competedRead More →

Twenty-six swimmers from Deepings Swimming Club came away with medals in a thrilling open competition at Spalding last weekend. Hosted by the South Lincs Competitive Swimming Club, Deepings took on a sizeable team of 40, many of whom were competing in their first open competition. The team showed courage andRead More →

The first Gosport Dolphins Swimming Club Nigel David Memorial Gala will take place this weekend He had been a member of the Gosport Dolphins since he was eight years old. His main stroke was the butterfly and he finished eighth in the national championships at Leeds aged 14. Nigel startedRead More →

Head Coach Charlotte Hughes teaches the Halifax Synchronized Swimming Club in a temporary pool in Rishworth, (SWNS Photo) The Halifax Synchronized Swimming Club previously trained at the 50-year-old city council-run pool, which was forced to close due to structural damage. Calderdale Council plans to build a new 2m deep swimmingRead More →

The Deepings Swimming Club held its annual Rob Welbourn Open meet last weekend, hosting competitors from Boston, Lincoln Trident, Grantham and South Lincs. The encounter, named after double Paralympic gold medalist and former Deepings swimmer Rob Welbourn, took place at the Grantham Leisure Center after the closure of the DeepingsRead More →

Ellesmere College Principal Brendan Wignall expressed “surprise” at the end The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) – a watchdog for independent schools – has asked Ellesmere College to follow up on its findings regarding students participating in Ellesmere Titans Swimming Club. He called for “immediate action” to address the issues. ThisRead More →

Advisors from all over City of Armagh, Banbridge and Borough of Craigavon expressed disappointment at a swim club’s inability to secure a spot at the South Lake Leisure Center pool. The matter was discussed at a meeting of the Council’s Leisure and Community Services Committee on Monday, where a councilorRead More →

Young swimmers from the Great Southern Swimming Club (GSSC) took part in four sessions to complete their training in the pool. The GSSC spokesperson said swimming involves many repetitive motions which can lead to shoulder and lower back injuries if not managed properly. “It is therefore important that swimmers undertakeRead More →

A West Lothian swim club has launched a specialist program for people with disabilities – and hopes it will encourage other sports in the county and beyond to do the same. Swim-IT Head Coach Fiona Donald said the coincidence with the Paralympic Games is the perfect time to raise awarenessRead More →