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Written by Claire Thorn on 10 May 2017.

2017 Police Sport UK Swimming & Water Polo Championships

The 2017 PSUK Swimming & Water Polo Championships were for the first time in my police career hosted by our friends from over the water, Police Service of Northern Ireland. The event was held at the outstanding facility built especially for the 2013 World Police and Fire Games in Bangor. PSNI have for many years travelled to the mainland to take part in the event and it was good to finally see the championships being held on their soil. Garda Siochana, were also invited to take part which added to the friendly competition.

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Written by Adminfoad on 10 January 2017.

PSUK 2017 Championships - it's not too late!

You can still enter the 2017 PSUK Swimming and Water Polo Championships to be held in Belfast in April.

Get the entry pack here, but hurry, entries closed officially on 31st December 2016 and once the program is set it is too late!

ENTRY PACK

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Written by Claire Thorn on 11 July 2016.

European Masters Swimming Championships 2016

PSUK Swimming Team Have Silver Touch on Home Ground

Ten police swimmers survived the crazy and painful entry process to compete at the European Masters Championships at the Olympic pool in London 24-29th May 2016. Some might say that it was an achievement just to have been there, sharing the fantastic facility with 10,000 swimmers. Who wouldn't want to have an opportunity to swim in such an iconic building in one of the great cities of the world and to follow in the strokes of the likes of Adam Peaty and Fran Hassall who only the week before competed in the same water? Add a comment

Written by Claire Thorn on 11 April 2016.

Great Britain Masters L/C Sheffield, April 2016

RAMM has midas touch!!

Aimee RAMM (Leicestershire) brought in the gold medals at the 2016 Great Britain Masters Long Course Championships at Sheffield 1-3rd April. RAMM won gold in all events she did; 50m & 100m freestyle and 50m butterfly; she was also part of the Great British Record Breaking relay team: 4 x 200m freestyle 160 years. Joining her were Claire Thorn and Nigel Gaskin (West Midlands) and Paul Frith (GMP), the four took 5 seconds off the previous record recording a time of 9 minutes 11 seconds.

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