21st September 2011 - Southern Water website
I’ve been involved in a number of events recently, the biggest of which was being invited as a representative of swimming to attend the ‘One year to go’ ticket release event in Trafalgar Square.
8th September 2011 - The Times
What is remarkable about Susie Rodgers is not that she burst from nowhere to win five gold medals at the IPC European Swimming Championships this summer - but that she swims, very fast, in a straight line.
24th August 2011 - The Guardian
I started swimming in Glasgow when I was about four-and-a-half years old. My parents bought me a six-week learning block and I didn’t actually get in the water until week six of that because it was too cold and I didn’t want to get in.
13th September 2011 - MoreThanTheGames.co.uk
Swimmer Sascha Kindred may have his hands full more than most at present but he insists that fatherhood won’t derail his pursuit of the mother of all Paralympics in London next year.
11th July 2011 - BBC Sport
Susie Rodgers spoke to BBC Sport after winning five golds and a silver on her international debut at the IPC Swimming European Championships in Berlin.
16th August 2011 - Brentwood Gazette
Roberto Pavoni will change his training regime to try and ensure success at the London Olympics in 2012.
22nd September 2011 - The Daily Telegraph
It is understandable that Adlington craves home comforts. At the 2011 World Championships in Shanghai she had suffered such bad insomnia, due to the jet lag, that she was forced to take a sleeping pill for the first time her life.
24th August 2011 - SkySports.com
The down-to-earth trait of Adlington adds to her popularity. She is a master of her art, she is Great Britain’s most successful swimmer for a century, she is known around the globe, but she maintains the personality of the girl next door
29th July 2011 - BBC Sport
Michael Jamieson has said he is in the frame for a medal at the 2012 Olympic Games despite finishing out of the medals at the World Championships.
25th August 2011 - SkySports.com
A disappointing performance at the World Championships is motivating Lizzie Simmonds towards Olympic glory at London 2012.