It has been a special few days for two of our leading sports on a European stage. Continue reading
Mona McSharry added her name to a list of Irish European Medallists last night as the 19-year-old claimed 50m Breaststroke Bronze at the European Short Course Swimming Championships in Glasgow in an Irish Record time of 29.87. Continue reading
Aura Leisure have revealed the results of a survey that shows less than half the people living in Ireland today consider themselves to be confident swimmers. Continue reading
Swim Ireland will host the 2019 #WePlay Inspiring Girls in Sport Conference nest Wednesday, July 3rd at the National Indoor Arena on the Sport Ireland Campus.
Tesco Ireland has become the principal commercial partner of Swim Ireland.
Under the new agreement, Tesco has pledged to support Swim Ireland in providing as many ‘little helps’ as possible to the organisation, its athletes and their families Continue reading
The announcement is expected to be one that will have a strong consumer facing element providing a double benefit of financial support and exposure.
Swimming is proving itself to the fore across key areas of equality and diversity this week as the Irish Open Swimming Championships continue at the Sport Ireland National Sports Campus.
Dublin’s Niamh Coyne has taken the silver medal in the women’s 100m breaststroke at the 2018 Buenos Aires Youth Olympic Games with a time of 1:08.90. Sligo’s Mona McSharry finished just out of the medals in fourth place with a … Continue reading
Citi, one of the worlds largest banking groups and employer of 2,500 in Ireland has made its first entry into the Irish sports sponsorship market by becoming a ‘Proud Partner’ of the 2018 World Para Swimming Allianz European Championships. The … Continue reading
The summer of Sport just keeps on rolling and as our medal-winning athletes from Glasgow and Berlin come back to earth, Dublin, Tyrone, Galway and Limerick prepare for their dates with All Ireland destiny, the spotlight switches quickly today to … Continue reading