It's World Cancer Day and just over a year since the Swim4Leukamia world record breaking relay. A perfect time to relive the last leg, complete with over-excited commentary.
Be sure to watch the original videos and donate to Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research
After an excellent year for Britain’s swimmers there’s any number of athletes who are in the frame for a swimmer of the year award – this video above highlights the main contenders for the male and female swimmer of the year.
Living in Australia at the time, I was lucky enough to be in Melbourne for the 2006 Commonwealth games. The city embraced the event wholeheartedly and with iconic venues like the Melbourne Cricket Ground and the Rod Laver Arena pressed into action, combined with a sport loving public it was a great place to be.
The … Watch→
For the first time since the London 2012 Paralympic Games, international swimmers will once again compete in the iconic London Aquatics Centre as part of National Paralympic Day on Saturday August 30.
Building on the success of last year’s inaugural event, a day of celebrations is taking place across the country, including a free family … Watch→
On 1st February 2014, a team of 100 swimmers attempted a world record relay to raise money for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research. Photographer Simon Wright was there to record the event from above and below the water