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Two golds for Brits in Japan

24 May 2015

The British swimmers that have been competing at the Japan Open in Tokyo have won three medals including golds for Jessica Fullalove and Sarah Vasey.

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Aquatics athletes given support by Leisure provider

20 May 2015

A total of 315 aquatic athletes have benefitted from a total of £162,350 thanks to charitable social enterprise GLL through its athlete support programme the GLL Sport Foundation (GSF) the largest independent programme in the UK, in partnership with SportsAid and British Swimming.

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Young squad heads to Japan Open

18 May 2015

A young squad of swimmers will compete at the Japan Open in Tokyo as British Swimming continues a development project in the Far East aimed at enhancing medal prospects at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

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Taylor set to take a break from swimming

15 May 2015

Commonwealth Champion and European medallist Sophie Taylor has announced her decision to take a break from the sport and will not compete at this summer’s World Championships in Kazan.

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