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British swimmers in National Portrait Gallery

20th July 2012

You can catch members of British Swimming as never seen before in an exhibition of London 2012 portraits at the National Portrait Gallery this summer.

London 2012 Olympians Fran Halsall, David Carry and Kate Haywood all feature, as well as British Swimming chief executive David Sparkes and Paralympic swimming medallist Tim Reddish.

The exhibition, BT Road to 2012: Aiming High, opened on 19 July and will be on display until 23 September.

It is the largest photographic commission ever undertaken by the gallery and will feature work by three international photographers, Nadav Kander, Jillian Edelstein and Anderson & Low who have shot figures behind-the-scenes as well as athletes taking part in the London Olympics. 

Picture credit: (Front left to right): TIM REDDISH b.1957, DAVID SPARKES b.1948 (Back left to right): DAVID CARRY b.1981, KATE HAYWOOD b.1987 

Photographed by Anderson & Low, 6 March 2012, Aquatics Centre, Olympic Park, London © Anderson & Low – National Portrait Gallery/BT Road to 2012 project

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