Source: Nic Delves-Broughton

Bath University recognised as UK Sport-accredited ETC

The University of Bath’s status as a UK Sport-accredited Elite Training Centre (ETC) was officially recognised on Friday at a ceremony attended by Olympic and Paralympic Champions, high-performance coaches and staff. Professor Ian White, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bath, received the prestigious ETC award from Sally Munday, Chief Executive of UK Sport, during a

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Source: British Swimming

Bath-based swimmers win 11 medals at Aquatics GB Champs

Olympic Champion Tom Dean and Paralympian Suzanna Hext both recorded Paris 2024 nomination times when University of Bath-based swimmers contested the Speedo Aquatics GB Swimming Championships in London. University of Bath Swimming Club’s Ben Proud also booked his place at a third Olympic Games in fine style, while Tokyo gold-medallist Anna Hopkin is heading to

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Source: Mike Lewis ISL

Paris 2024 places up for grabs

Places in the Team GB squad for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will be on the line when 40 University of Bath-based swimmers compete in the 2024 Aquatics GB Swimming Championships next week (2-7 April). Competition will be fierce in the London Aquatics Centre as swimmers seek not only a place on the podium but

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Source: Georgie Kerr British Swimming

Big Bath contingent heading to European Championships

Eight University of Bath-based swimmers have been named in a 35-strong British Swimming squad for the 2023 European Short Course Championships, being staged in Bucharest, Romania from 5th to 10th December. Bill Whiteley Swimming Scholar Tom Dean will be looking to extend his run of medalling at major championships after being selected alongside fellow British

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Source: Team Bath

Bath-based swimmers enjoy more medal success

Freya Anderson and University of Bath alumna Anna Hopkin helped British Swimming secure their final medal of the Fukuoka 2023 World Aquatic Championships in Japan in record-breaking style. Closer to home, Kieran Bird and Joshua Gammon won double gold and Jemima Hall claimed a medal of each colour as University of Bath-based swimmers enjoyed an

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Source: British Swimming

Leah Crisp to make World Aquatic Championships debut

University of Bath sporting scholar Leah Crisp will make her World Aquatics Championships debut in Japan this summer after being named in British Swimming’s marathon team. The Economics and Mathematics student, who is supported by a Santander Scholarship, has been selected alongside Hector Pardoe and Amber Keegan following their performances at the Sardinia leg of

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Source: Mike Lewis ISL

Seven gold medals for University of Bath-based swimmers

Jacob Peters and Freya Anderson won double gold and there were further titles for Tom Dean, Joshua Gammon and Luke Turley as University of Bath-based athletes claimed a host of medals at the 2023 British Swimming Championships in Sheffield. Peters followed up his 100m butterfly one-two with British Swimming Performance Centre Bath training partner James

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