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Ryan 4th in World University Games Final

Ireland’s Shane Ryan came agonisingly close to a medal today as he competed in the final of the 100m Backstroke at the World University Games in Taipei. The Rio 2016 Olympian finished fourth in the final in 54.35 seconds, just .18 of a second shy of the Bronze. Ryan had progressed through yesterday’s heats in fourth place in 54.71 seconds and then sixth from the semi-finals in 54.63 seconds. Speaking after the final Ryan said “I was happy with how […]

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Irish Open Diving Championships 2017

Swim Ireland is pleased to announce details of the: “Irish Open Diving Championships” 10th – 12th November 2017 Dublin – Ireland This event will incorporate the Irish Open Junior and Senior Championships, the Irish Open Age Group Championships and the Irish Open Skills Championships.  Below you will find general information, rules and provisional entry information for the event: [download id=1390] [download id=1391]

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Ryan Through to World University Games Final; Relay Break Irish Record for 7th in Final

Ireland have had a successful day in the pool as the World University Games got underway in Taipei today. The first day of swimming and diving was highlighted by Ireland’s 400m Freestyle Relay breaking the Irish Record twice, Shane Ryan progressing to the final of the 100m Backstroke and Ireland’s first ever diver in action at the Games. Ireland’s first final and record of the Games came today when Jordan Sloan, Shane Ryan, Calum Bain and Curtis Coulter combined for […]

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Irish records continue to tumble in Budapest

As the pool competition reached its mid-point on Thursday swimmers took to the water for 50m freestyle, 200m IM and 100m butterfly. The morning started with the 50m splash and dash.  Botond Solymossy (35-39) of Trojan swim club took first honours of the day with a new Irish record in 24.74 and 9th place in his age group.  Not to be outdone this was swiftly followed by Agnieszka Wysocka-Khan (30-34) finishing 6th and another Irish record time of 27.86.  Dan […]

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Irish Swimmers & Divers Ready for action at World University Games in Taipei

Ireland’s Swimming and Diving campaign at the World University Games gets underway in Taipei this weekend with ten of our twelve Irish athletes in action. Over 7,000 athletes from across the world will compete in 22 different sports from August 18th – 30th. Rio 2016 Olympian and 2017 World Championships semi-finalist Shane Ryan gets the competition underway for Ireland in the heats of his main event, the 100m Backstroke. Ryan placed 12th overall at the World Championships just three weeks […]

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Medals Galore For Irish Masters In Budapest

Day 3 of the Swimming Championships in Budapest saw the Irish swimmers hit their stride with another 4 medals, 2 Irish records and 1 championship record 400IM, 200m Freestyle and 50m Butterfly were on the menu on Wednesday 400IM served as a challenging starter for 2 hardy swimmers; Rob Genest and Helena Mc Grath. Genest admitted he struggled through parts of the race and was just relieved to get to the end, but still managed to place in a respectable […]

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More Medals and Irish Records in Budapest

  As the sun continues to shine in Budapest the Irish team grew significantly on Tuesday with 24 swimmers competing across 2 arenas in 4 swimming pools. With FINA presenting medals to the top 6 swimmers in each age group so there were plenty of opportunities for swimmers to make a podium appearance. 200m Backstroke, 100m Freestyle and 100m Breaststroke were the events of the day, with 4 swimmers competing in the 200m Backstroke. Dymphna Morris finished best of the […]

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World Masters, Open Water and Water Polo herald first Irish medals

FINA World Masters Championships commenced on Monday 7th August in Budapest with a multi event schedule covering all aquatic disciplines over a 2 week program. 54 Irish athletes are competing across 3 disciplines – water polo, open water swimming and swimming. Donegal Diamonds women’s team were the sole representatives in the water polo and they were in the pool each day during the first week with 6 matches in the pool. The 10-person team collected a bronze medal on Sunday […]

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Ben Higson Appointed as National Senior Team Head Coach for Swimming

After an extensive search and recruitment process, Swim Ireland and National Performance Director Jon Rudd are delighted to announce the appointment of the latest member of their exciting and vibrant Performance team, that of Ben Higson as National Senior Team Head Coach and Head Coach of the National Centre (Dublin). In the appointments of Rudd and Higson, Swim Ireland separate the Performance Director and Head Coach roles for the first time, a keystone within the new Swim Ireland Performance Strategy. […]

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Sport Ireland HPX Conference

The HPX conference is run by the Sport Ireland Institute and Sport Ireland Coaching, and will bring together some of the world’s leaders in the area of High Performance Sport where the focus will be on “Lessons Learned from High Performance Sport: The 2020 Evolution”. This is the third HPX Knowledge Exchange Conference, and it will be Ireland’s largest gathering of High Performance sports professionals this year. HPX will bring people together to really capture the lessons learned from the […]

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