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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 victory in the 50m breaststroke final at Tollcross on Wednesday. The 7 year old from Kilmarnock proudly wore it to our Development Squad training session at the Portal on Thursday night. “We were stunned!” says her dad, Kris. “Alyvia was leaning over the barrier as he was walking past and we...

  The Portal pool in Irvine closes from Tuesday 23rd April for 10 weeks for major works on the drainage.   We’re fortunate that our swimmers train across four venues every week...

Swimming is a sport for all ages and a thriving section of the club, which doesn't always get the limelight, is our Masters squad. More of our members are taking an interest in getting involved in...

Some of the club’s youngest swimmers got their first chance at competing in the same pool as their Olympic heroes as they took on the challenge of the City of Glasgow Long Course Graded...

The North Ayrshire Synchro team have seen their first competitive action of 2019 at the Scottish Synchronised  SwimmIng Age Group Figure Championships. Erin Patten, Erin Furey and Danielle...

The North Ayrshire team showed plenty of fighting spirit as they took on the fastest swimmers in Scotland winning 8 medals at this year’s national Age Group Championships.      In...

North Ayrshire’s youngest swimmers took it to the next level at the weekend, testing themselves at the Ren 96 Graded Meet. We fielded a team of 35 swimmers, with the majority from the Development...