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Carry announces retirement

8th October 2012

Double Commonwealth gold medallist David Carry has announced his retirement from swimming after ending his career at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

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Kirton Called on Career

2nd October 2012

City of Sheffield swimmer James Kirton has retired from swimming after a succession of serious injuries put an end to his international ambitions.

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Spofforth calls time on swimming career

21st September 2012

World record holder Gemma Spofforth has made the decision to call an end to her swimming career and announced her retirement from the sport after almost ten years at the top.

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Burnell and Johnson seal final day medals

12th August 2012

The final day of the 2012 US Open in Indianapolis saw more success for the British Gas GBR Swimming Team with Jack Burnell and Matthew Johnson adding a silver and bronze to the GBR medal tally in the 800m Freestyle.

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