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Although they're in space, Astronauts still need to swim!

by Jo | 02/09/2015 | News

Would you like to be an Astronaut? You'll need to be a competent swimmer; even though your job'll be in Space!

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Great British Success at the World Deaf Championships 2015

by Jo | 24/08/2015 | News

Last week, (17th-22nd August) a team of 15 GB swimmers aged 14-23 competed in the World Deaf Swimming Championships, finishing 7th in the medal rankings with 1 Gold, 1 Silver and 4 Bronze.

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Word Deaf Swimming Championships

by Jo | 21/08/2015 | News

With a team of 15 swimmers, Great Britain are climbing the medals table at the World Deaf Swimming championships, happening at the moment in Texas. The championships started on Monday, and run through to Saturday, with live streaming available at their website http://www.wdsc2015.us/

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Swimming in primary schools

by SwimExpert (relating to a BBC News article) | 30/08/2014 | News

According to research from the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA), A third of children in England cannot swim by the time they leave primary school. The research suggests many non-swimmers have never had a school swimming lesson despite its being part of the national curriculum for seven-to-11-year-olds.

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