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Bryan win’s Portugal 10K Open Water National Championship

Ireland’s Chris Bryan began his World Championship preparations with intent as he was the first man home at the Portugal Open Water Nationals today. As a qualifier for the home nation and for British Open Water Swimmers, a strong field of 43 swimmers started the race.  Bryan started strong keeping with the leaders throughout and with just over 3 Kilometres to go took a commanding lead he never gave up. The Ennis man who trains at Swim Ireland’s Performance Centre [...]

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People of the Year Awards 2013

Nominations now open 2013 marks the 39th People of the Year Awards, organised by Rehab, and which will be presented live by Gráinne Seoige on RTÉ One on Saturday 14th September. They are your chance to honour people who change our world. In addition to a number of People of the Year Awards, there are also specific awards for: 1.       Young Person of the Year (under 25) 2.       International Person of the Year 3.       Sports Person of the Year 4.       [...]

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Swim Ireland Release Statement on Arena Carbon Pro Suits

Following the concern over the use of Arena Carbon Pro racing suits Swim Ireland has released the following statement: Swim Ireland has been advised that the following Arena Carbon Pro Racing Suits have been recalled: Women’s full body open back (FINA approval code AR220993) Women’s full body closed back (approval code AR220994) Men’s jammer (approval code AR141364). The above product types are now prohibited from use at Olympic and FINA Sanctioned meets. FINA sactioned meets for this season include the [...]

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Level 3 Coach Course Applications Now Open

The education team are delighted to announce the opening of applications for the level three programme. The launch occurred at the ASCA and SI clinic and event for event delegates. Please see attached information. The closing date is Friday 21st June 2013.  If there are any queries with regards to this programme please contact Charlotte Parker at education@swimireland.ie or 0868560130.

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Four Irish Records on Final Night of Swimming Championships

Sycerika McMahon kicked off the final day of action at the Carlton Irish National Swimming Championships putting a sixth national title to her name.  McMahon (2:15.60) finished behind Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu (2:11.84) in the Women’s 200m Individual Medley but picked up the title of National Champion to add to the 400m Individual Medley, 100m, 200m and 400m Freestyle and 200m Butterfly she had already won over the weekend. Tallaght and NAC Performance Centre swimmer Brendan Hyland added a fourth Irish [...]

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Setanta Sports covering Irish LC Nationals

Swim Ireland are delighted to announce that Setanta Sports will be in attendance at the Carlton Irish LC Championships and will be covering LIVE on Setanta Sports the finals session on Friday 26th April on Setanta Sports Ireland Live. The LIVE programming will run from 5.30pm – 7pm. This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase swimming live on National Television and we would ike to thanks Setanta Sports and the Irish Sports Council for making it happen

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Swim Ireland Launch Strategic Plan 2013-16

The was officially launched at the Swim Ireland AGM on Saturday 13th April.  The plan outlines Swim Ireland’s strategic goals for the next four years up to the 2016 Olympic Games. Paper copies are available from the Swim Ireland Office by sending a stamped address A4 envelope to  – Trish Mayon, PR & Marketing Officer, Swim Ireland, Irish Sports Hq, National Sports Campus, Abbotston, Dublin 15.

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Athletes, Coaches, Clubs and Volunteers honoured at Swim Ireland Awards

Sycerika McMahon was last night named High Performance Athlete of the Year at the Swim Ireland Annual Awards in the Galway Bay Hotel.  McMahon had an outstanding year in 2012, winning two European medals, silver in the 50m Breaststroke at the European Long Course Swimming Championships in May and Bronze in the same event at the European Short Course Swimming Championships in December. The 17 year old qualified and competed at the London Olympic Games and over the year she [...]

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Swim Ireland ASCA Coaches Clinic

“Coaches are the key to everything we achieve in the swimming pool” that was the message coming from the Swim Ireland National Performance Director – Peter Banks, the Director of Education – Charlotte Parker and John Leonard (Executive Director of the World Swimming Coaches Association (WSCA) and the American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA) – that attended the very successful coaching clinic at the weekend. Swim Ireland played host to the American Swimming Coaches Association and over 100 coaches from Europe [...]

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