In Irlanda sono state introdotte restrizioni più severe negli ultimi giorni, che hanno avuto un nuovo impatto sulla comunità
The new measures will force some pools to close, group swimming lessons to cease and pose difficulties for swimmers that travel to another county to train
Lockdown and pool closures have caused huge financial losses for Swim Ireland, with new restrictions now causing more changes to the competition plan for 2020
Swim Ireland’s short course competition plan features a Virtual Meet in October as well as two ‘Actual’ Meets in November and December
“It’s been lonely…so quiet…so calm…so empty.” This description of Swim Ireland’s Return to Water connects with aquatic athletes on all levels.
Things are looking up for Northern Ireland athletes, with swimming pools, spas and community centers getting the green light to open on Friday, July 24th.
Inghilterra ha finalmente decretato la riapertura dei centri sportivi In Scozia, Irlanda del Nord e Galles le piscine continuano a rimanere chiuse.
L’assemblea generale di Swim Ireland ha approvato una mozione a favore dell’attuazione dell’equilibrio di genere all’interno del Consiglio
Catch up on swimming stories from around the web, including Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and more in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines.
20-year-old Robbie Powell’s name was absent from the entry lists for this year’s Irish Open Championships. Now, two months later we know why.
Swim Ireland released its targeted plan for the 2020-21 racing season, including its National Championships (Olympic Trials) meet in June of next year.
Swim Ireland has today revealed its ‘Return to Water Roadmap’, which includes a rollout plan for both performance and club swimming.
In Irlanda si preparano i protocolli per il graduale ritorno alla normalità. In Scozia si prolunga il lockdown e si sconsiglia il nuoto in acque libere
Swim Ireland has established a “Return to the Aquatics Protocols” group and readying information for clubs as restrictions in the country will soon be eased.
Shane Ryan is among the Irish swimmers vying for spots on the nation’s Olympic team, but first, they need to do work at the Irish Open Championships.