Hayley Milne from Grantham Swimming Club competed at the Nottingham 2015 CPISRA World Games.
William Hawkes swam one of the most impressive races at Nationals storming his 400 free from the start.
In the first day of the ASA National Championships William Hawkes set the standard high, being the first finalist in 400 IM with the fastest time in his age group.
William Hawkes and Eleanor Lythgoe did a storming job of flying the flag for Grantham at Ponds Forge in Sheffield.
GRANTHAM SWIMMING CLUB would like to say a BIG
to everyone who has supported our fundraising this year with assistance or financially and/or with donation/s of gifts:
Watching the live video from Sheffield is slow through the ASA website, you can get access here directly from Youtube.https://www.youtube.com/user/BritishSwimming
Luke Marriott swam 6 individual races and despite a slow start in the first day he picked up the pace in the following days.
Thank you to everyone that attended the 90th Anniversary end of season disco last night. We hope you all had a good time.
Freya Colbert swam superbly bettering the old 200 IM club record and moving up in British ranking to astonishing third place! Wow!
Aidan Wright achieved faster times than qualifying standards for Youth Midlands in 200 breastroke and 200 IM
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