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CITY of Oxford's Chris Wood won 12 gold medals in the club's July Open Gala at Temple Cowley.
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Didcot Barramundi's team at Westhampnett Lake : Ollie Mew, Toby Mew, Matthew Millard, Jack Shayler, Michael Fabes, Nick Sims, James Kelly, Freddie Wilkinson, Ollie Beard, Molly Ripley, Aoife Kelly, Ollie Ripley and club chairman Geraldine Kel DIDCOT Barramundi's Freddie Wilkinson won a gold medal in the ASA British Gas South East Regional Open ... (more)
James Magnussen and Cameron McEvoy have set the stage for a mouth-watering Commonwealth Games duel by combining to complete a second-night swimming gold rush for Australia.
Berwickshire's Daniel Wallace celebrates with his gold medal won in the men's 400m individual medley final.
ANOTHER night at the Tollcross Swimming Centre and another gold medal. This time it was Daniel Wallace who added to the national treasure trove, providing a strong finish to triumph in the men's 400m individual medley.
Nerissa Santa Cruz is a bubbly fifteen year old heading into her sophomore year at West Orange High School.
Ben Proud ended England's wait for their first gold medal in the Glasgow 2014 pool when he triumphed in the 50m butterfly final.
Ryan Cochrane of Canada celebrates winning the gold medal in the Men's 400m Freestyle Final at Tollcross International Swimming Centre during day one of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games on July 24, 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland.
Bucha excelled in swimming, beating rivals, sometimes men, in races ranging from freestyle to marathons.
MILEY raced to the 400m individual medley gold at Tollcross in record breaking time - then admitted she was so fed up at the start of the year she seriously considered giving up.
Australia set a new women's 4x100m freestyle relay world record of 3min 30:98sec as they retained their Commonwealth Games title in Glasgow on Thursday.
PHOENIX, Arizona, July 24. THE news that South African Darian Townsend was given American citizenship today is likely bringing back memories of Townsend's day at the top of the podium at the 2004 Olympics.
According to a new study commissioned by USA Swimming and Speedo, the following cities are the most swim-friendly in the United States.
Graham Lockhart, 23, and Shauna Robb, 20, from Bathgate, were killed along with their son Tyler, two, and 11-month-old daughter Arianna.
HOME favourite Michael Jamieson is safely through to tonight's final of the men's 200-metres breaststroke at Tollcross, but he could only qualify second-fastest behind Scotland team-mate Ross Murdoch.
MAKING A SPLASH: Evesham swimmer Cameron Brodie is hoping to secure at medal at the Commonwealth Games in the 200-metre butterfly as he represents Scotland in Glasgow on Saturday.
A MEDICAL student who swam 21 miles across the Channel has told how jelly babies and a determination to raise money for charity got her through the gruelling challenge.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 12:40 am
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