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Miley launches ‘Hannah Fleet’ for Scottish Swimming Awards

13 September 2013

Hannah Miley launched a fleet of vans ahead of the 2013 Scottish Swimming Awards to celebrate success of aquatics community at Glasgow

Commonwealth champion Miley was one of many people in Scotland's wide aquatics community recognised at the 14th Scottish Swimming Awards at the Glasgow Science Centre.

The Scottish Swimming Awards also celebrated the 125th anniversary of the Scottish Amateur Swimming Association.

Miley has received the 'Nancy Riach Memorial Medal' in recognition of her three medals at the 2012 European Short Course Championships and her first 400m Individual Medley World Short Course Championships gold in Istanbul last December.

Ahead of the Scottish Swimming Awards, Miley launched the new 'Hannah Fleet' of Scottish Gas vans featuring her image to highlight role as an ambassador of Scottish Gas and Scottish Swimming.

In her role as Scottish Gas ambassador, Miley will also be leading a team at Scottish Gas SwimBritain - a team relay challenge taking place at the Royal Commonwealth Pool in Edinburgh on 29 September.

Scottish Gas Managing Director Kevin Roxburgh said: "We want everyone to get inspired by the sport and use swimming to improve their lifestyle.

"This evening is not just about the achievements of our most talented athletes but the contribution to Scotland's aquatics community as a whole."

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