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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year Since its first issue in 1923, Swimming Times has evolved into the essential guide to the aquatics world. Published every two months by Swim England and the Institute of Swimming, it features a whole range of articles from across the swimming community to help you get the most from your time at the pool.

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Swimming Times  |  May-Jun 2018  


Inspiring others! In this edition of Swimming Times, we reflect on the achievements of our Commonwealth Games home nation athletes. Re-live the Gold Coast action with an eight-page behind-the-scenes celebration as we hear from swimmers, divers and their supporters.

And if this inspires you to make changes to your exercise routine, you may be interested in our ‘Fitness Boost’ article to discover how a balanced diet can ensure your body is in peak physical condition and recovers properly after a workout.

Learn how dementia friendly swimming sessions have had a positive impact and reignited a love of swimming in those living with dementia and how Swim England’s #LoveSwimming campaign is helping create precious family memories.

Also, we hear from adult learners who share their stories about returning to the pool to face their fears as well as volunteers on how they became involved in aquatics and what it means to them.

Channel swimming coach, Freda Streeter, reflects on 34 years spent helping thousands of people achieve their dream as she also looks forward to collecting her MBE. And coach and former elite swimmer, Nick Gillingham, takes an in-depth look at freestyle technique.

You can also find advice from the National Water Safety Forum on how to help young people stay safe while enjoying swimming outside. Plus, there’s the usual news, views, blogs and gallery pages.
Since its first issue in 1923, Swimming Times has evolved into the essential guide to the aquatics world. Published by Swim England, the sport’s national governing body, and the Institute of Swimming, the largest trainer of swimming teachers and coaches in the UK, the magazine features a whole range of articles from across the swimming community to help you get the most from your time at the pool.

The bimonthly magazine includes coaching and technique tips, teaching articles, club stories, interviews and features on the sports and personalities of swimming, para-swimming, synchronised swimming, masters, open water, diving and water polo.
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Swimming Times   |   May-Jun 2018   


Inspiring others! In this edition of Swimming Times, we reflect on the achievements of our Commonwealth Games home nation athletes. Re-live the Gold Coast action with an eight-page behind-the-scenes celebration as we hear from swimmers, divers and their supporters.

And if this inspires you to make changes to your exercise routine, you may be interested in our ‘Fitness Boost’ article to discover how a balanced diet can ensure your body is in peak physical condition and recovers properly after a workout.

Learn how dementia friendly swimming sessions have had a positive impact and reignited a love of swimming in those living with dementia and how Swim England’s #LoveSwimming campaign is helping create precious family memories.

Also, we hear from adult learners who share their stories about returning to the pool to face their fears as well as volunteers on how they became involved in aquatics and what it means to them.

Channel swimming coach, Freda Streeter, reflects on 34 years spent helping thousands of people achieve their dream as she also looks forward to collecting her MBE. And coach and former elite swimmer, Nick Gillingham, takes an in-depth look at freestyle technique.

You can also find advice from the National Water Safety Forum on how to help young people stay safe while enjoying swimming outside. Plus, there’s the usual news, views, blogs and gallery pages.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
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  You'll never miss an issue
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Swimming Times magazine print subscription.
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