Swimming Results

Swimming competition results.

Download ASA SW Region request for record (subject to updated Record Conditions (June 2011) and Regional Swimming records (Ladies as at 27 March 2012, Men's as at 24 Apr 2012).

Video interview with Rebecca Adlington and Bill Furniss (8m 39s flashplayer required to view)

ASA South West Region Youth Championships 2012

5 to 7 May 2012 - Plymouth Life centre (50m)

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We hope you enjoy the event at this new pool. At the end of this article you will find details of how logged in visitors can subscribe to view Youth Championships 2012 media clips.

We would like to thank all our coaches, officials and volunteers, without whom the event couldn't take place and British Gas for their support for swimming.

Anthony Clark kindly recorded this interview with Millfield School's Director of Swimming Jolyon Finck on 7 May 2012.

Follow these links for: live results, updates and to access media from the event (Session 1, 3, 7, 8, 9 and 10 posted, more to follow).

ASA South West Region Swimming Records 24 Apr 2012

Ladies as at 27 March 2012, Men's as at 24 Apr 2012

Click for updated Record Claim Form (June 2011) subject to Regional Record Conditions (updated 27 June 2011)

Plymouth Leander win 43rd National Arena League Final

22 April 2012 - Ponds Forge

For the fourth time in five years, Plymouth Leander Swimming have again become the club champions of England & Wales by winning the 43rd National Arena League Final in Sheffield (LC). Millfield School finished in sixth place.

A consummate victory of nearly 50 points over second placed Hatfield saw Plymouth dominate the competition from the outset, breaking eight meet records in the process:

  • Antony James (Male Open 100m Butterfly) 53.24
  • Jack Smith (Male 15 years 100m Freestyle) 52.91
  • Ruta Meilutyte (Female 15 years 100m Freestyle) 56.06
  • Male Open 300m Freestyle Relay (Antony James, Joe Patching, Aaron Rickhuss, James Burden, James Young, Ben Proud)
  • Female 11 years 200m Freestyle Relay (Tegan Drew, Hannah Chatfield, Emma De Jager, Emma England)
  • Female 15 years 200m Medley Relay (Grace Vertigans, Jade Scott, Lara Cosford, Ruta Meilutyte)
  • Female Open 200m Medley Relay (Rebecca Pye, Ruta Meilutyte, Sian Harkin, Emma Wilkins)
  • Female Open 300m Freestyle Relay (Emma Wilkins, Stephanie Bremner, Sian Harkin, Grace Vertigans, Laura Vertigans, Ruta Meilutyte)

University of Bath are runners-up at BUCS Long Course Swimming Championships 2012

Team Bath

The University of Bath swimming team finished runners-up at the overall British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Long Course Championships.

Calum Jarvis and Jenny Oldham both won one individual event each and were runners-up in another at the championships in Sheffield.

Jarvis, a University of Bath Sports Performance student, won the 200m freestyle final in 1:51.83 and came second in the 200m backstroke. He was also a member of both the men’s 4x100m freestyle and medley relay quartets that took silver medals.

Richard Butler, David Kellaway and Eamon Rivers also featured in the freestyle relay team with Paul Sutherland joining Jarvis, Rivers and Butler in the medley relay team. Jarvis and Butler are both Intensive Training Centre Swimming Scholars.

British Gas ASA Zonal Championships (50m) 2012 South

Media

ASA Zonal South 2012 media clips have been posted. If you wish to view them, please log in (sign up and login links are top right of every page) and then subscribe.

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We hope you enjoyed the event. You will find below details of how visitors logged in to swimwest.org can subscribe to Zonal Championships (50m) 2012 South media clips which will be posted after the event.

We would like to thank all coaches, officials and volunteers, without whom the event couldn't take place and British Gas for their support for swimming.

The Flanders Swimming Cup 2012

14/15 January 2012 - Antwerp

Over the two-day meet the British Gas GBR Swimming Team won six gold medals as they competed alongside some of the world’s best swimmers.

Lauren Quigley win the 100m Backstroke and achieved a meet record as she took a second gold in the 50m Backstroke. She touched in 1:01.38 in the 100m and set the record to 28.55 in the 50m. She also won bronze in the 200m Backstroke.

The other champions were Sophie Smith, Aimee Willmott, Georgia Hohmann and Elena Sheridan. Smith secured the time of 2:01.99 in the 200m Freestyle.

Austin Grand Prix 2012

Jemma Lowe scooped a butterfly double as the British Gas GBR Swimming Team returned from the Austin Grand Prix in Texas with seven medals.

Lowe finished 2011 in sparkling form with 100m and 200m Butterfly silver at the European Short Course Championships and she repeated that result in Austin. The Welsh swimmer ultimately touched in 58.16 for her medal in the 100m Fly before clocking an impressive 2:07.39 for silver over twice the distance.

View 2012 Austin Grand Prix Women's 200m Butterfly A Final (6m 20s flashplayer required)

British Gas ITC Swansea teammate Georgia Davies also walked away with two medals from the 100m and 200m Backstroke respectively. Davies has enjoyed greater success over the sprint distances but recorded an impressive 2:11.10 for silver in the 200m Backstroke.

Dickons and Jamieson strike gold in Melbourne

There were medals galore for University of Bath-based swimmers at the Victoria State Championships in Melbourne, Australia.

World University Games champion Jess Dickons led the way, winning gold in the 200m butterfly in 2:09.50. The University of Bath Sports Performance student beat Beijing 2008 Olympian and 2011 World Championships silver medallist Ellen Gandy into second place (2:11.39). Gandy, who had already won the 50m and 100m Butterfly titles in Melbourne, had qualified fastest for the final in 2:10.47..

Michael Jamieson made it a Bath Intensive Training Centre double on the final day of the championships, striking gold in the 200m breaststroke. The Commonwealth silver medallist touched in 2:12.15 while fellow Bath ITC swimmer Andrew Willis, a Chemical Engineering student at the University, finished in 2:13.97 for bronze.

Jamieson, the Commonwealth Games silver medallist in the 200m breaststroke, also took silver in the 100m event in Melbourne, with Willis finishing just outside the medals in fourth.

Siobhan-Marie OıConnor won silver in the 200m individual medley (2:15.08) and bronze in the 400m individual medley. There was also a bronze for Chris Walker-Hebborn in the 200m backstroke.

Swimmers Jamieson and Dickons are Team Bath Athletes of the Month

Swimmers Michael Jamieson and Jess Dickons are Team Bathıs latest Athletes of the Month award winners following impressive performances at the European Short Course Championships.

Team Bathıs Athlete of the Month award highlights the achievements of athletes training at the University of Bath and is sponsored jointly by Oakley UK and Ellis and Killpartrick Opticians of New Bond Street, Bath.

Jamieson and Dickons are both University of Bath students who train at the British Swimming Intensive Training Centre in Bath.

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