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As a parent, the longer your child swims the more you realise that only 50% of the effort is coming from the swimmer. Yes, they’re doing the laps, the drills and the sets morning and night, but none of it would happen without you as taxi driver, chef and financier. The same goes with swim meets – they only happen because of us, the parents. The club has done brilliantly in the last couple of years recruiting mums and dads to train as technical officials, but now we need other families to...

North Ayrshire swimmers will be getting their first taste of national competition this weekend as they compete in the finals of the Scottish Schools Championship. 13 of our swimmers have...

The countdown’s on to the noisiest and most fiercely competitive swimming competition of the year – the Clyde Coast Mini League! This year 16 teams from across the west of Scotland are taking part...

North Ayrshire swimmers made a ‘flying’ start to their long course season at the first West District meet of 2020. We sent a team of 25 to Tollcross who returned with 9 medals and scores of...

The club came together at Saltcoats Town Hall on Saturday night to celebrate our swimmers achievements in 2019 and present our champions with their trophies. 30 awards were handed out to the...

There was no sign of the North Ayrshire swimmers easing off the gas in their last races of 2019. This year the coaching team decided to make the South Ayrshire Open the final meet of the year,...

Four of North Ayrshire’s fastest swimmers are taking on the best in the country this weekend at the Scottish National Short Course Championships in Edinburgh. It’s a return visit to the Royal...