May 2023

Young swimmers went above expectations in last week’s World School Swim Championships in London, with many leaving with performances they can be immensely proud of. Schools from around the globe took part in the two-day swimming competition on the international stage at the state-of-the art London Aquatics Centre. 35 schools from 11 countries (including three continents) made the trip to the home of the 2012 London Olympics at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Before the fun began in the pool, a special guest joined the students last Friday to provide a motivational story of her successful swimming career. Former Team GB breaststroke competitor and two-time Olympian Molly Renshaw spoke with the young swimmers about her experiences as a young athlete on the world stage. At the age of just 14 Molly made her debut at the World Championships - with many students of a similar age in the room her knowledge and tips were

It’s almost here! The World School Swim Championships 2023 are set to take place this weekend at the London Aquatic Centre! Schools from around the globe will make the adventurous trek to historical England to make a splash in a variety of swimming events. There will be no shortage of countries represented at the games, as over 30 schools from more than 10 different countries will be taking part in this weekend's events. The highly anticipated opening ceremony kicks off the swim festivities this Friday with a special guest. It's then time on Saturday and Sunday for pupils to dip in the same pool Olympians from the London Olympics 2012 swam in.  We are proud to partner with Gulf Youth Sport (GYS) for this year's games. The media organisation will be following Middle East schools throughout the entertaining weekend of sport by taking pictures throughout the event. You can view all the latest pictures