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London aquatic centre reopens, but questions remain over elite legacy

The London Aquatic Centre reopened a fortnight ago to great fanfare, as the self-proclaimed “greatest municipal pool in the world” opened its doors. And the reaction has been overwhelmingly positive, as Joe Public took to the same lanes that two … Continue reading

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Wallace leads GB qualifiers for men’s NCAA championships

Scotland’s Dan Wallace heads a group of GB qualifiers for the men’s division 1 NCAA championship which will take place in Texas in the last week in March. The Warrender swimmer, swimming for Florida, is fresh from a strong showing … Continue reading

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Four GB Swimmers make Women’s NCAA Cut

The psych sheets were released for the 2014 NCAA women’s championship and confirmed that 4 British Women had made the cut to swim individual events at the championships which begin on the 20th March in Minneapolis. Highest profile amongst the … Continue reading

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Swim4Leukaemia – the swimming world as one

As he stood on the block in the cauldron of noise that was Ponds Forge, the 100th and final swimmer of the Swim4Leukaemia relay, one gesture from Lewis Coleman changed the mood almost instantly. Until that point there had been … Continue reading

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GB swimmers drape Antwerp in Union Jack

Make hay while the sun shines goes the old adage, and that is exactly what the British team of 46 swimmers at the Flanders cup in Antwerp did, pocketing a huge medal haul and filling finals spots like it had gone out of fashion. Continue reading

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