Featherstone Flying the Flag for Sedgefield Swimming Club

  6th July 2015 Sedgefield 75 Swimming Club’s Hannah…

North East Swimmers Selected for Commonwealth Youth Games

July 3rd 2015 The ASA (Amateur Swimming Association) yesterday…

Swim21 for Skipton Swimming Club

July 13th 2015 Skipton Swimming Club recently completed their…

Spenborough Swimming Club Swim21 Success Story

29th June 2015 Spenborough Swimming Club recently completed…

North East Ladies Shine in Baku 2015

Hannah Featherston (Sedgefield Swimming Club), Darcy Deakin (City…

2015 Salford Open Water Festival Results

The 2015 Open Water Festival took place at Salford Quays on Sunday…

City of Leeds Torrance takes Gold in Baku

City of Leeds diver Katherine Torrance yesterday took Gold in…

Lois Toulson Wins Gold

Lois Toulson, from the City of Leeds Diving Club, put Great Britain…

The Durham Performance Hub is Growing!

Last night saw another well attended Durham Hub session at the…

Peterlee ASC Host Busy Durham Hub Session

On Friday 22nd May Peterlee Swimming Club hosted the ever growing…

Leeds Divers Triumph at FINA / NVC Diving World Series

May 26th 2015
World Cup bronze medallist Jack Laugher who trains with the City of Leeds Diving Club grabbed the gold medal in the 3 meter Springboard in one of the most exciting finals of the FINA/ NVC Diving World Series in Windsor, Canada on the weekend.

Jack had a steady start to the final and went into the lead after his second dive and as he lined up for his Inward 3 ½ Somersaults tucked he looked confident.  

China’s He Chao moved into the lead in the fourth round after scoring almost 100 points for Back 3 ½ Somersaults tucked.

Clubs Guide to Sponsorship

  11th May 2015 The ASA have produced a free guide for…

ASANER Youth and Senior Championships 2015 - Results

8th May 2015 Results for the North East Regional Youth and…

Success for Laugher and Mears at the FINA NVC Diving World Series

5th May 2015
Chris Mears and Jack Laugher from City of Leeds Diving rose to the occasion at the third leg of the FINA NVC Diving World Series in London over the weekend. The pair took advantage of the home crowd support, showing impressive form to take silver in the men’s 3m Synchro final to win their debut medal of the 2015 series with 433.80 – a FINA NVC Diving World Series best performance. They built their dives through each round to conclude with their most difficult dive – the forward 4 ½ Somersault Pike.

Jack said “Our World series started off with two fourth places which was really tough, we knew things had to change and we’ve managed to rectify those mistakes today. We’ve improved our routine we are more focused coming into this event in front of the home crowd.”

May Edition of the Northumberland and Durham Masters Newsletter

1st May 2015 The May edition of the Northumberland and Durham…