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Loughborough take 2015 BUCS title

24 February 2015

Swimmers from Loughborough University took overall victory at the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Championships after three days of action at Ponds Forge, Sheffield.

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Relay golds in Orlando

15 February 2015

The swimmers competing at the Arena Pro Series in Orlando concluded their competition with two golds in the men’s and women’s 4x100m Medley Relay.

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Swimmers urged to meet nationals entry process

11 February 2015

All swimmers meeting the age range eligibility to compete at the first European Games in Azerbaijan this summer are being urged to process their British Swimming Championships entries as soon as possible.

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Swimmers continue race preparation in U.S.

10 February 2015

Commonwealth silver medallist Lauren Quigley and Youth Olympic medallist Luke Greenbank will lead a promising British contingent at the Pro Swim Series in Florida, just two months out from the British Swimming Championships.

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Sports welcome continued Rio 2016 funding

5th February 2015

British Swimming has welcomed the continued funding of its Olympic and Paralympic disciplines following UK Sport’s annual review which saw swimming, para-swimming and diving exceed their maximum milestone targets for 2014.

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Furniss wins special achievement award

5 January 2015

British Swimming Head Coach Bill Furniss was honoured with a special achievement award at the annual Nottinghamshire Sports Awards which also rewarded Paralympic swimmer Ollie Hynd for his achievements in 2014.

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Head Coach pleased with early season performances

26 January 2015

Head Coach Bill Furniss has described the early season form of a large squad of British swimmers as “very encouraging” after their combined efforts at the Flanders Speedo Cup secured 56 medals with 20 of them gold.

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