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Competition closes with more British records

18 Apr 2010

The final day of competition of the British International Disability Swimming Championships saw two more British records broken as the swimmers had their final chances to secure places on the national teams for 2010.

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British records broken in Sheffield

17 Apr 2010

Two British records were broken on the second day of competition at the British International Disability Championships in Sheffield as Britain’s elite looked to secure their places on national teams for the rest of the year.

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Welbourn lowers European record

16 Apr 2010

The first day of competition of the British International Disability Championships saw a number of strong performances from Britain’s top swimmers including Robert Welbourn who broke the European record in his category.

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Papadopoulos claims British crown

3 Apr 2010
City of Sunderland’s Eleni Papadopoulos won her 100m Butterfly crown with an excellent swim on the final day of competition at the British Gas Swimming Championships 2010.

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Kindred claims British title

1 Apr 2010
Sascha Kindred (Leominster) stormed to gold on the fourth day of competition at the British Gas Swimming Championships 2010 after beating Matt Walker in the men’s 50m Butterfly.

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Kindred breaks world record

31 Mar 2010

Leominster’s Sascha Kindred impressed on the third day of competition at the British Gas Swimming Championships when he broke the S6 100m Butterfly world record.

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