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Fifteen swimmers, mostly from our senior squads, represented North Ayrshire at the West District Future Stars meet at Tollcross. The long course event is an unusual one in the calendar, being more akin to a super-graded meet, with the fastest swimmers in their age groups excluded. However, it’s still tough for the younger swimmers to qualify for – all the more so because clubs from outside the district also take part. Head Coach, Jess Wilkie has picked Nathan Hughes as her swimmer of the...

North Ayrshire swimmers dominated the club’s Junior Meet with dozens of them achieving double-digit PBs and collecting an astonishing 98 medals between them. “It’s easily the busiest meet I’ve...

Abby Kane set her fastest times since the Rio Paralympics as she represented North Ayrshire Swimming at the British Para-Swimming Championships in Glasgow. The 15-year-old from Largs qualified...

Rory Dickson’s revealing how the seeds of his storming performances at the British Swimming Championships were sowed a year and a half ago, as he reflects on five days rubbing shoulders with some of...

North Ayrshire Swimming is back in the national spotlight again this week as Abby Kane competes at the British Para-Swimming championships at Tollcross.   This international event is part of...

Synchro mum, Shonah Thom, is limbering up to take on the London Marathon next weekend to raise funds for the club, and our swimmers are joining in too!   It’ll be only the second time she’s...

North Ayrshire swimmer Alyvia Wears will never forget her visit to the British Swimming Championships in Glasgow after Olympic hero Adam Peaty gave away his gold medal. It happened after he stormed...