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Bath Swimmers raring to go for World Champs

After enjoying a golden Olympic Games last summer, swimmers based at the University of Bath are raring to take on the world again as they begin an action-packed two months of international competition. Six members of the British Swimming Performance Centre Bath squad – including Tokyo 2020 gold-medallists Freya Anderson, Tom Dean, James Guy and

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Seven more University of Bath-based swimmers get England call

Seven more University of Bath-based swimmers, including Olympic gold-medallists James Guy and Freya Anderson, have been added to the Team England squad for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. Holly Hibbott, Ed Mildred, Jacob Peters, Luke Turley and Brodie Williams are also among the 38 swimmers confirmed today as joining the previously-selected Tom Dean and Ben

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26-medal haul for Bath-based swimmers

There were five golds, including a 20th national title for James Guy and a world-leading time for Ben Proud, among an impressive haul of 26 medals for University of Bath-based swimmers during the 2022 British Swimming Championships at Ponds Forge, Sheffield. Guy achieved his milestone in a men’s 100m butterfly final that featured four Bath-based

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Bath-based swimmers winning at Edinburgh Swim Meet

Freya Anderson completed a freestyle hat-trick and there were also wins for Jono Adam, Tom Dean, James Guy, Ben Proud and Brodie Williams as University of Bath-based swimmers impressed at the Edinburgh International Swim Meet 2022. Olympic gold-medallist Anderson, coached by David McNulty at the British Swimming National Centre Bath, was victorious on each of

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Redfern wins swimming silver for baby boy Patrick

Rebecca Redfern will bring a silver medal back to her one-year-old son Patrick after a thrilling 100m breaststroke S13 at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre. The 21-year-old gave birth to Patrick last July and acknowledges that the Covid delay had allowed her to compete at her second Paralympic Games, having also won silver in this event

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A “story of triumph not defeat”

Ellie Robinson declared her Tokyo journey to be a story of “triumph, not defeat” having defied all odds just to reach her second Paralympic Games. Robinson, who today celebrates her 20th birthday, marked her debut in style as a 15-year-old at Rio 2016, when she became a gold and bronze medallist. Defending her women’s 50m

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