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North Ayrshire Synchro coach Helen Ternent’s getting ready to start 2019 with a shiver by taking a dip in Loch Lomond on New Year’s Day. Helen is going to be taking part in the Luss Loony Dook to raise funds for Alzheimers Scotland. She’s no stranger to open water swimming in the summer months, taking part in the Cumbrae – Largs challenge a couple of times and helping a friend train for a triathlon, but this is the first time she’s been wading into the water in winter. Helen tells us:...

North Ayrshire swimmers grabbed eight podium places in a weekend raid on the East District at the Warrander Baths meet in Glenrothes. Although it’s only the second year we’ve competed there it...

North Ayrshire Synchro are celebrating a great end to 2018 with a fourth-place finish in the team standings at the Scottish Club Championships in Bellshill. “I’m delighted with the results,”...

The Gold and Silver squad finished 2018 on a high, winning medals and setting dozens of PBs at the Cumbernauld Christmas Sprints. “It was a really young group of swimmers and for many of them...

North Ayrshire will be setting sail for the 2019 Clyde Coast Mini League as the draw is revealed. Our swimmers face a daunting test in the first round as we host the reigning champions, City of...

North Ayrshire’s Rory Dickson rounded off a magnificent 2018 by claiming two Junior titles at the Scottish National Short Course Championships. The 16-year-old was the fastest under-17 swimmer in...

North Ayrshire’s girls are in action at the Scottish Synchro Club Championships in Bellshill this weekend. Recently-crowned double Scottish champion Aitanta Lopez will be showing off a new...