A student from The University of Salford has put forward a ‘Big Idea’ in hopes of getting a women’s only and non-binary swimming and gym sessions at the Universities sports centre.
Sixteen-year-old Ewan Wilson from Salford is one of the best swimmers of his age in the country, and has been earning the recognition to go with.
SCOTT Teirney, from Rochdale, has swam a staggering 164 miles (10,528 lengths) in just 12 weeks, in order to raise […]
Salford Universities sports teams have been supporting the Rainbow lace anti-homophobia campaign by wearing multicoloured laces. The University are following […]
Swimming ace Siobhan Marie-O’Connor believes the Manchester swim meet can inspire next generation of swimmers. Olympic silver medallist Siobhan Marie-O’Connor […]
UNIVERSITY of Salford student Hannah Russell won her first Paralympic gold medal in the Women’s S12 100m Backstroke at Rio’s […]
PARALYMPIC hopeful Tully Kearney has spoken of her delight at being in the final three for this year’s BBC Young […]
THERE’S no denying that British athletes are currently some of the best in the world and the high number of medals […]
A YOUNG Olympic swimming hopeful from Salford who suffers with bouts of paralysis has raised more than £15,000 for charity. […]