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Galway SC swimmers were on the podium at the Irish National Open Swimming Championships, claiming nine medals and setting three new Connacht records.
Galway swimmer Andrew Moore has claimed the 200m breaststroke national title at the recent short course swimming championships in Lisburn.
• Galway’s Kevin McGlade claimed gold on the final day of competition at the Dave McCullagh Memorial Gala in Limerick at the weekend, winning the 50m freestyle final in 24.30. He then went on to win silver in the 50m breaststroke final, while another Galway swimmer, Dairne Ryan, also took silver in the women’s 50m freestyle in 27.57. Galway’s good run continued in the 100m butterfly final with David O’Sullivan (57.31) claiming gold.
At the Irish long course swimming championships, which doubled up as the Irish Olympic trials last weekend, Galway SC swimmer David O’Sullivan qualified to represent Ireland for the European Junior Championships in July in Antwerp, Belgium.
Galway swimmers enjoyed success at the recent Irish Short Course National Championships, breaking 15 Connacht records and winning nine National medals. Pick of the Galway Swimming Club performances came from Cian Duffy, who won a national title in the open men's 200metres individual medley, finished second in the 400 medley and third in the 100 medley.
Thirty-two students have been awarded sports scholarships at NUI Galway this week, bringing the total number of students receiving sports scholarships at the university to 60.
Saoirse McGrath headlined a successful meet for Galway swimmers at the Leinster age-group and open championships in the National Aquatic Centre in Dublin at the weekend.
Six titles, a host of podium finishes, and nine new Connacht records were set by Galway Swimming Club competitors at the Leinster Long Course Championships in Dublin at the weekend.
The annual Jimmy Cranny swim meet, hosted by Galway SC, produced an impressive and stylish day’s swimming of which Jimmy Cranny, the club’s founding father, would have been proud.
Galway swimmers were among the record breakers at the recent Irish Youth and Senior Nationals in the National Aquatic Centre.