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British Summer Championships 2015

British Summer Championships 2015

Eight outstanding Royal School Swimming Club swimmers compete this week in the first British Summer Championships being held in Sheffield from 28th July to the 2nd August. Swimmers and their events:

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Dearing Wins Bronze in Tenero

Dearing Wins Bronze in Tenero

Alice Dearing has won bronze on the opening day of the European Junior Open Water Championships in Tereno, Switzerland. Dearing was competing in the 7.5km and showed her maturity to get on to the podium. Dearing will travel from the European Junior Open Water Championships to the World Championshps in Kazan where she will race in the 5km.

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Tom Derbyshire Selected for the 1st European Games

Tom Derbyshire Selected for the 1st European Games

The British Olympic Association (BOA) is delighted to today announce the 153 athletes selected to represent Team GB at this summer’s inaugural European Games in Baku. Team GB will compete across 13 sports and 19 disciplines at Baku 2015, as 50 European nations come together for the continent’s first ever major multi-sport event from June 12th – 28th this year.

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Swimmers Dominate at National & International Competition

Swimmers Dominate at National & International Competition

Royal School swimmers dominate at British championships 14th-18th April - London Aquatics Centre The Royal School swimmers have proven, yet again, that they're a force to be reckoned with at the British Championships in London this month!

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Niamh Hofland Breaks Dutch Record!

Niamh Hofland Breaks Dutch Record!

Niamh Hofland in Year 8 has qualified for the Dutch Youth Olympic Team in both the 800 Freestyle and 400 Individual Medley. In order to achieve this she needed to swim the qualifying times of 9.17 for the 800 Freestyle and 5.09 for the 400 I.M at the Dutch trials in Eindhoven on the 1st-4th April, 2015. Niamh did this comfortably on both events, winning the B Final in the 400 I.M with a time of 5.05 and breaking a twenty-four year old Dutch youth record in the process!

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