News Archive, Tag: Jemma Lowe

Two more medals conclude successful British Championships for University of Bath swimmers

18 April 2016

A third gold for Siobhan-Marie O’Connor and bronze for Jemma Lowe (pictured) concluded a successful week for University of Bath-based swimmers at the 2016 British Swimming Championships in Glasgow. Fourteen medals in total are coming back to the Sports Training Village after a meeting where three British Swimming National Centre Bath athletes – O’Connor, Jazz Carlin and Andrew Willis – set the Rio 2016 Olympic qualification standard. A host of students in Mark Skimming’s training...

Students impress at British Swimming Championships as Jazz Carlin wins second gold

15 April 2016

Jazz Carlin (pictured) won her second title of the week and University of Bath student Miles Munro announced himself as a potential future Olympian on day three of the British Swimming Championships in Glasgow. Another rising star, Anna Hopkin, won 50m freestyle silver to take the tally of medals for University of Bath-based swimmers to seven with three days of competition still to go. Carlin, who struck 200m freestyle gold on the opening day, led...

Lizzie Simmonds (photo: Sam Farr)

British record and eight gold medals for University of Bath-based swimmers at ASA National Winter Meet

21 December 2015

Lizzie Simmonds set a new British record and there were 17 medals in total, eight of them gold, as University of Bath-based swimmers enjoyed a successful trip to Sheffield for the ASA National Winter Meet. Double Olympian Simmonds (pictured), who is coached by Dave McNulty and Graeme Antwhistle at the British Swimming National Centre Bath, set a new 100m backstroke standard of 56.35 on the opening night of the competition. Simmonds, supported by the University’s...

Dave McNulty in front of the new video monitors in the London 2012 Legacy Pool

Bath swimmers given medals target at FINA World Championships in Kazan

30 July 2015

Swimmers from the National Training Centre at the University of Bath have been urged to “flex their muscles” at the FINA World Championships and lay down a marker for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Dave McNulty, pictured, Head Coach of the British Swimming National Training Centre Bath, said he is looking for his seven swimmers to challenge for medals when they compete in Kazan, Russia next week. Jazz Carlin will be a strong contender in...

Chris Walker-Hebborn (Photo: Sam Farr)

Chris Walker-Hebborn books place at worlds as Bath swimmers win four medals at British Championships

15 April 2015

Chris Walker-Hebborn booked his place at this summer’s FINA World Championships in Russia during an encouraging first day for University of Bath-based swimmers at the British Championships. The Commonwealth champion posted a sub-53 second performance for the first time in his career to take the 100m backstroke title for a third successive year. Siobhan-Marie O’Connor also struck gold at the London Aquatics Centre, powering past six-time champion Francesca Halsall during a stunning finish to the...

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