Swimming

Swimming    

Swimming is one of the highlights of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.  More than 1,700 people take part in the London Youth Games swimming each year - it includes inclusive competition in both primary and secondary age categories.  

Swimming is one of the most popular ways of keeping fit and competitive events have been taking place in London's pools for more than 150 years.  These races tare staged over different distances and using different strokes.  A result swimmers can win a range of competitions at a single meeting.



Format: Open Age: Secondary

A squad of 5 female swimmers on the day compete in this Disability Swimming competition.  The recommended team composition includes up...

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Swimming - Disability
Format: Open Age: Secondary

A squad of 5 male swimmers on the day compete in this Disability Swimming competition.  The recommended team composition includes up...

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Disability Swimming 2011
Format: Open Age: Primary

This competition is held in the 25m training pool at Crystal Palace National Sports Centre.  Events are all 25 metres, either front or...

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Disability Swimming
Format: Open Age: Secondary

This competition is held in the main 50m pool at Crystal Palace National Sports Centre.  Athletes may only compete in up to two...

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Swimming
Format: Open Age: Secondary

This competition is held in the main 50m pool at Crystal Palace National Sports Centre.  Athletes may only compete in up to two...

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Swimming (Male)
Format: Open Age: Primary

This competition is held in the main 50m pool at Crystal Palace National Sports Centre.  Athletes may only compete in up to two...

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Swimming action