We look forward to seeing everyone at the first NPD Roadshow this evening. Please note that tonight’s event is fully subscribed and we cannot take any more registrations. We are looking to kick off at 7pm sharp so please ensure you are there in advance of this time.
As part of the National Sports Campus security, we will have to ask all attendees to sign in once they arrive at the venue and... View details ⇨
Swim Ireland is delighted to announce details of the 2017 Swim for a Mile Corporate Challenge!
The Swim for a Mile (1,600m) Corporate Challenge event will take place at the National Aquatic Centre on Wednesday, April 5th (12pm-4pm) with 40 teams (teams consist of 4 swimmers) competing in relay format.
The fastest 10 teams (companies) will then compete in a Final at the NAC during the down... View details ⇨
A fantastic day for Irish swimmers in Copenhagen today at the first ever Para Swimming World Series! Ellen Keane was on the podium twice winning GOLD in the 200IM & SILVER in the 100Fly while Barry McClements added to yesterday's Gold medal with SILVER in the 100m Butterfly! #ParaSwimming #WorldSeries
Huge congratulations to Ards swimming club Barry McClements on winning Ireland's first ever Para Swimming World Series Medal in Copenhagen last night! 15 year old Barry won GOLD in the 400m Freestyle. Ellen Keane & Nicole Turner were also in finals action both just missing out on medals with forth place finishes.
Good Luck to the five Irish swimmers competing in the opening leg of the first ever Para Swimming World Series! Rio 2016 Paralympians Ellen Keane, James Scully and Nicole Turner along with Patrick Flanagan and Barry McClements will compete on Saturday and Sunday in Copenhagen
Best of luck to all of Irish swimmers in action at the Edinburgh International Meet starting today. You can watch action across the weekend at the live stream below.
Already 3 Irish swimmers are through to finals later including Mona McSharry (100Breast) and Conor Ferguson (100Back) who both swam the top times in their events and Nicholas Quinn through in the 200m Breaststroke.