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Swimming Times July edition out now

20 June 2013

Rebecca Adlington interviewed, the latest aquatic news round-up, TV presenter Tim Lovejoy inspired to sharpen his aquatic skills, how a young swimmer dealt with his diagnosis of diabetes and much more in the latest issue of Swimming Times.

Rebecca Adlington tells us about her life after swimming including taking her level 2 swimming qualification and her engagement to Harry Needs.

It's amazing teaching someone something they will remember and use for the rest of their life and that might one day save their life too.

Read the full interview with Rebecca in this month's Swimming Times.

Shocking stats on school swimming have also been revealed in a report compiled by the ASA and long-term partners Kellogg's. Did you know more than half of children aged seven to 11 are unable to swim the length of a 25 metre pool?

Click here to find out how to get your hands on the latest copy.

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