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Women in Sport Week: Gemma McArthur


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Women in Sport Week: Toni Shaw


Today we meet World Para-Swimming Champion and Learn To Swim Ambassador Toni Shaw, who swims for University of Aberdeen Performance Squad. Toni has taken the para-swimming world by storm, the Aberdeen-born swimmer won six medals at last years Worl...

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Women in Sport Week: Katie Robertson


Launched in June 2015, Women’s Sport Week featured original and curated content across local and national media, supported by Government and the wider sport industry, as the nation looked ahead to an exciting summer for women’s sport.

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SNAGS Day Five162
Review of swimming competition structure – have your say!


Scottish Swimming’s Competition Review Group, in conjunction with the National Swimming Committee, is currently reviewing the competition structure across swimming with a view to establishing a competition framework that best meets the needs of th...

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Latest restrictions and what they mean for aquatics sport
Latest restrictions and what they mean for aquatics sport


Yesterday at the Scottish Parliament the First Minister announced the introduction of further restrictions across Scotland with additional temporary measures for the Central Belt to try and slow down the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

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Six months on
Six months on


It has been over six months since COVID-19 restrictions were first introduced in Scotland, and looking at the current news it is difficult to foresee that we will be free of such restrictions anytime soon.

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Lindsay Lewis appointment Aquatics Team Manager for Birmingham Commonwealth Games


Commonwealth Games Scotland and Scottish Swimming are pleased to announce that Lindsay Lewis will lead the sport at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games in 2022, bringing over 20 years experience from her work as team manager for both Scottish and Br...

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10 Scots selected to World Class Programme


A total of 53 athletes, including 10 Scots, have been selected for the British Swimming World Class Programme (WCP) for the 2020/21 season, as attention turn to a busy year ahead - including the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

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Significant step as clubs return #BackToTheWater


After a long wait, many pools across Scotland are now opening their doors and welcoming back the aquatics community. With the green light given on August 31st, many leisure trusts and aquatic providers have been working tirelessly to ensure a safe...

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Children across Scotland celebrate as swimming lessons restart


THOUSANDS of youngsters are set to return to swimming pools across Scotland as swimming lessons restart following the six-month closure caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.

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