Swimming at Team Bath ranges from learn-to-swim sessions, recreational swimming and performance swimming – all in the inspirational setting of our 50m pool.

Some of Britain’s top swimmers are based at the University of Bath, including London 2012 Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson, who trains here at British Swimming’s Bath National Centre for Swimming.

Michael Jamieson (Photo Sam Farr)

Also training at the University of Bath is Paralympic GB’s Stephanie Millward, who won five medals at the Paralympic Games in London in 2012. Steph is also a four time world champion, collecting five medals at the IPC World Swimming Championships in Canada in 2013. Steph trains as part of the Aquae Sulis Performance Swimming Club.

Pool refurbishment

Our swimming pool will be undergoing some major refurbishment work in 2014.

To keep up with the latest, read our pool news updates.

Book facilities

Please see our latest timetable for details of lane availability.

To book the swimming pool, please email Judy Higgs or call her on 01225 385192

For hydrotherapy pool bookings, please email Lynn Chappell or call her on 01225 385952.


Non-member: £3.90

Concessions: £3.30

Concessions are staff, under 16s, over 60s, disabled customers, Alumni card holders and external NUS card holders.

Swimming contacts

Team Bath Head Coach >
Mark Skimming, 

National Centre for Swimming > Graeme Antwhistle, graeme.antwhistle@swimming.org

Students’ Union Sport

University Swimming Club >


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