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Win tickets to the British Champs with Love from Liam

2 February 2011

British Swimming has teamed up with world champion Liam Tancock in an exclusive Valentine’s Day prize giveaway!

We will be giving away two pairs of tickets to the British Gas Swimming Championships in Manchester where Liam will be hoping to retain his British title and book his place on the plane for the World Championships in Shanghai.

The tickets are available for the evening session on Monday 7th March where Liam will be defending his 100m backstroke title.

To win, you need to complete the following sentence “I should win the tickets from Liam because....” on Twitter (if you're new to Twitter or don't have an account, click here to sign up or click here for a parent's guide to Twitter.).

You don’t need to include the “I should win the tickets from Liam because....” prefix but you must tweet @britishswimming @liamtancock and use the hashtag #LFL for your entry to count. It must also fit within the 140 character limit.

For example, your tweet could be like this:

“@liamtancock @britishswimming Liam is my swimming inspiration and I would love to see him compete live #LFL.”

Entries can be submitted between midday February 2nd – February 8th and Liam will announce the winner on Valentine’s Day 2011.

  • Only one entry per twitter account will be accepted
  • If you are under 13 years old, a parent or guardian will have to enter for you.

Full terms and conditions can be found here.

The finals session starts at 5.30pm on Monday 7th March. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

You can also support Liam in his heats session on Sunday 6th March - tickets to all the sessions can be bought online by clicking here.

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