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More than 10 weeks after our last training sessions in the water Scotland is at last starting to take its first tentative steps out of Coronavirus lockdown. It’s understandable for us swimmers to look rather jealously at those other sports which are being allowed to open up again – yes we mean you, golfers and tennis ball hitters! – but just because we’ve been kept away from the pools doesn’t mean our swimmers haven’t been training hard at home on land. In these past few weeks Junior Coach...

By Alan Dickson Since our training was so rudely interrupted a few weeks ago by the Coronavirus I’ve been thinking a lot about how we can come back to the water in a better place than we left. We...

By Alan Dickson We’ve all been looking to find ways to keep fit and find a positive use for all the downtime we have while we we’re unable to train. I have been giving a bit of thought about how...

Confirmation came this week from our governing body, Scottish Swimming, that there will be no more aquatic competitions, at any level, until the end of August due to the Coronavirus pandemic,...

Head Coach Jess Wilkie hung up her stopwatch at the West District Pre-SNAGS meet at Tollcross. She was on poolside as a team of 17 swimmers from the club competed, with many of them looking to...

Our 2020 Clyde Coast Mini League challenge began with the first of two visits to Drumchapel pool in Glasgow and valuable points on the board. “It was an exciting and a predictably noisy start to...

North Ayrshire swimmers braved winter conditions inside the pool as well as out (!) to claim 19 medals at the East Kilbride Graded and Age Group Meets. In a sport where the challenge for swimmers...