pullbuoy has been providing swimming news, features and meet listings to the UK swimming community for over 2 years. Over that time the emphasis of the site has inevitably changed as new features have been added and others faded away. This was your chance to influence how pullbuoy shapes up in the future so what … Continue Reading→
Manchester represents a step forward for Elite Athletes with a Disability in Commonwealth terms as it is the first games where there are EAD events included alongside the mainstream events, in all sports not just swimming. Any medals won by the EAD competitors will count towards the overall medal tallies of the relevant country.
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It would be hard to preview the men's freestyle without talking about one man, but it is altogether conceivable that just three swimmers could walk away with all of the golds in this category. Of course the name at the top of that list is Ian … Continue Reading→
The women's freestyle had been in a state of flux since the last games in Kuala Lumpur. With no Sue Rolph to defend the sprints and no Joanne Malar for the distance events, several new commonwealth champions will most probably be crowned.
In the shorter events, Australia's … Continue Reading→