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Applications open for young talented athletes to apply for GLL Sport Foundation funding

20 January 2014

Applications are open for talented young sports men and women across the UK to apply for funding for 2014 from the GLL Sport Foundation (GSF) – an independent athlete support scheme which works in partnership with the Amateur Swimming Association through national charity SportsAid to support the next generation of sporting talent.  Rising sport stars have until 20 February 2014 to apply for a share of the GSF funding pot of £1million.

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Newark SC Swimmer wins Disability Award

Young disability swimmer, Matthew Johnson, from Newark Swimming Club has won the award for Junior Disabled Sportsperson of the Year at this year’s Newark and Sherwood District Sports Awards in Nottinghamshire.

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