Youngsters from Bishop’s Stortford Swimming Club excelled as they retained their Division One status in the Hertfordshire Peanuts League. The team of 21 children aged 9 to 12 took on the county’s elite at three separate galas at Potters Bar and finished sixth out of 12. Each gala has 39Read More →

Deepings Swimming Club sisters Olivia and Sadie Hunter reached the finals of their four races at the British and English Summer National Championships – the pinnacle of club competition – with a string of career best performances. Olivia qualified for the 200m butterfly and 400m individual medley at the BritishRead More →

Canterbury teenage swimmer Jessica Sugden hopes her national success can inspire others at her club. Sugden, 16, from the City of Canterbury Swimming Club, swam at the Speedo National Summer Meet in Sheffield. Canterbury teenage swimmer Jessica Sugden at the Speedo National Summer Meet in Sheffield In the 50 butterfly,Read More →

Fiji Swimming is in dire straits as it prepares for upcoming international competitions. As the last athletes from Team Fiji returned home last night from the Commonwealth Games in England, including our national swimmers, their preparations for internationals for the rest of the season look bleak. Fiji Swimming does notRead More →

Wednesday August 3 84 swimmers participated in our mid-week races. Four young people competed for the Youth Cup: 1st. Lianna Bell, 2nd. Jill Connolly, 3rd. Andriy Kravchenko, 4th. Sophie Leonard Eighty Seniors raced for the first Ishka Sports Cup: 1st. Patrice Nolan, 2nd. Owen O’Sullivan, 3rd. Amy O’Brien Sunday AugustRead More →

BIRMINGHAM – Ahead of this year’s Commonwealth Games, Richard Gordon, Principal Director of the Singapore Sport Institute (SSI) and Head of High Performance and Athlete Lives, was concerned about how Singapore would fare at Birmingham. Shooting, a sport that has brought in 23 medals since 2006, was not included thisRead More →

According to research published in the Journal of Health Psychology, encouraging fitness treatments in asthma patients can improve their quality of life. The University of East Anglia undertook the study to examine whether physical activities such as aerobics and strength or resistance training can help people with asthma. People withRead More →

Indian swimmer Srihari Nataraj, who is competing in the current Commonwealth Games 2022, finished ninth overall in the 200m backstroke despite a personal best performance in the heats, we take a look at the latest swimming results, list of events, dates , hours, medal count, today today swim schedule, teamRead More →

olympic gold medalist Calum Jarvis30, confirmed his retirement from elite swimming this week at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England. Jarvis, who represents Great Britain at the Olympics and Wales at the Commonwealth Games, shared the news in his official BBC interview after helping Wales finish 4th in the men’sRead More →

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Source: Twitter BIRMINGHAM: Pakistan’s swimming team’s dismal run continues at the 2022 Commonwealth Games as Bismah Khan failed to qualify in another event. After being disqualified from the women’s 100m butterfly the other day, Bismah failed to make her presence felt in the women’s 50m freestyle event today. Bismah finishedRead More →

Havant and Waterlooville Leisure Centers are offering free swimming and sports sessions for families and individuals to encourage more people to stay fit and healthy over the summer. Horizon’s free and active sessions will run until August 31 and will include both swimming and sports sessions. Swim sessions will includeRead More →

A SWIMMING club founded nearly 30 years ago celebrates weightlifting at the Scottish and British Championships. Inverclyde Masters members are encouraged by their recent success and are now looking for newcomers to join the ranks. Andy Hemphill, one of the three coaches, describes the members’ recent accomplishments as “brilliant”. HeRead More →

Swimming will introduce an ‘open category’ to allow transgender athletes to compete under a new policy that will effectively ban them from women’s races – Copyright AFP ARIS MESSINIS Cancer is a leading cause of death and one that is increasing as the population ages. Number of new cancer casesRead More →

Head coach Keith Haynes hopes Emma Croker’s medal-winning exploits at the European Junior Championships can inspire her teammates at South Lincs Competitive Swimming Club. Croker has been chosen to represent the British team at the Championships which is one of the world’s premier annual swimming events and gives the sport’sRead More →

There’s a year-old reason Para-swimming supermom Rebecca Redfern will cherish this summer’s Commonwealth Games more than anyone. A year after giving birth to son Patrick, the Droitwich star made a remarkable return to sport last summer with a second Paralympic silver medal. The Paralympic postponement played into Redfern’s hands andRead More →

The Haslemere Swimming Club has launched a fundraising campaign to help offset the financial effects of the pandemic. The successful club has been part of the community for over 50 years. Coach Charlotte Capelin said: “We are based at Haslemere Leisure Center and are currently working together to raise overRead More →

Three Newbury athletes are preparing for their biggest competition of the year after ranking among the top young swimmers in the country. Abbie Holland and Kaleb Fox-Jones, who both attend St Bartholomew’s School, have qualified for the British Summer Nationals. Abbie will compete in the 200m butterfly, while Kaleb willRead More →

ANDY WILCOX Gretchen Wahle, who completed her fourth season swimming Justin-Siena this spring, was recently selected to the United States National Swim Team for Down Syndrome and will compete in the International Swimming Organization World Championships. for Down Syndrome 2022 in Albufeira, Portugal. The Napa resident will be accompanied onRead More →