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DOMESTIC COMPETITION STRUCTURE DECIDED – WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR YOU? (PART TWO)

In yesterday’s article I wrote about the major changes that are taking place in British Swimming, focusing on the moving of the ‘age as...
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Domestic Competition Structure decided – what does it mean for you? (part one)

After months of speculation, the domestic competition structure for British Swimming was finally announced last Monday. You can see the main changes here in...
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REVIEW: SWIM BRITAIN 2014, LONDON FIELDS LIDO

I must admit when I first heard about Swim Britain a couple of years ago I wasn’t sure. I couldn’t quite get my head...
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Goggleblog to take part in Swim Britain, London Fields Lido

Just a day to go until Team Goggleblog takes part in this year’s final Swim Britain event and the excitement is building. Last year...
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Review: Urban Plunge exhibition, Roca Gallery, Imperial Wharf, Chelsea

Earlier this week I had the pleasure of attending the beautiful Roca gallery in Imperial Wharf, Chelsea (pictured above) for a talk about reclaiming...
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Chris Romer-Lee talks about new plans for Thames-based urban pools at Victoria Embankment

If you like swimming, you can’t have failed to notice the buzz around urban ‘wild swimming’ at the moment. A few months ago, Gizmodo ran...
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Commonwealth Games: What’s the future of British Swimming? A few thoughts

Watching The Commonwealth Games it’s easy to get carried away that British Swimming is back to its best. Certainly we have seen some great swims...
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Interview: Joe Minihane, Waterlog Reswum

Joe Minihane, journalist and creator of the blog Waterlog Reswum, talks about the inspiration that Roger Deakin’s book, Waterlog, provided for his project “I’ve...
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Waterlog Reswum: Introduction to open water pioneer Roger Deakin

In 1999 nature writer and documentary maker Roger Deakin made history. Although the quintessentially eccentric English gent with his rambling Suffolk home – complete...
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It’s official. Swimming makes you 35% more happy!

A scientific study has confirmed what I’ve known for a long time. Swimming really does make you feel less depressed.  Certainly I can testify...