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SWIMMING: Spinley picked for European Junior Championships

Deepings Swimming Club’s Isabel Spinley has been selected to compete at the European Junior Swimming Championships in Israel.

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The COPS British Championship squad. From the left are, back, Mollie Allen, Rachel Wellings, Lauren Harrison, Amelia Monaghan, front, Tom Wiggins, Jamie Scholes, Myles Robinson-Young, Poppy Richardson and Becky Burton. Missing from the picture is Daniel Leigh.

COPS reach 11 finals competing against the best of British

The top 10 City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) members certainly acquitted themselves well when rubbing shoulders with the best in the country at the British Championships at the Ponds Forge pool in Sheffield.

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COPS swimmers Jamie Scholes and Dan Leigh.

BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIPS: Mollie makes another final

Mollie Allen led the way for City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) on the third day of the British Championships at the Ponds Forge pool in Sheffield.

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Deepings SC swimmers Alex Wray, Isabel Spinley and Bailie Harrison.

BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIPS; Deepings trio in outstanding form

Three Deepings Swimming Club swimmers were in outstanding form last week at the British Championships, reaching three finals and posting multiple club record and personal bests.

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Matthew Cussell.

A perfect 10 for golden boy Matthew

Matthew Cussell was the star of the show for City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) when they held a Last Chance Qualifier Open meet at the Regional Pool.

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Mollie Allen.

BRITISH SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS: COPS are mixing it with the very best

The biggest domestic swimming event so far this year, the British Swimming Championships, are being held at the Ponds Forge pool in Sheffield.

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Holly Graves won six golds.

Golden girl Holly leads the way for COPS with six of the best

Holly Graves was in fine form for City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) when they took the Hatfield Open Qualifier meet by storm.

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Amelia Monaghan and Becky Burton.

COPS swimmers show their steel in Sheffield

There were some fine performances by City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) members when 24 of them raced in the Sheffield Premier meet at Ponds Forge.

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Herbie Kinder.

Mollie is on a real high at Wycombe

Mollie Allen led the way with four gold medals as City of Peterborough Swimming (COPS) members raced at High Wycombe’s 50m pool at the weekend looking for national championship qualification times.

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COPS age group winners at the county championships were, from the left, Connor Walker, Eve Wright, Jack Underwood, Brenna Howell, Ruby Blakeley, Myles Robinson-Young and Amelia Monaghan.

It’s a high five for Walker and Mahoney in the COPS gold rush

It was another gold rush for City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) at the Cambridgeshire County Championships.

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Jamie Scholes (left) and Dan Leigh.

Scholes on a high in Wycombe after being picked for England

City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) star Jamie Scholes celebrated his international call with a hat-trick of gold medals in an invitation meet in High Wycombe at the weekend.

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The COPS relay teams who retained their county title.

First-class honours for COPS at Cambridge

City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) were in red-hot form at the Cambridgeshire County Championships at the weekend.

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Pictured are the COPS gold medallists in Derby. From the left they are  Herbie Kinder, Amelia Monaghan, Myles Robinson-Young, Becky Burton and Connor Walker.

Derby delight for COPS in Sheffield

A squad of 38 swimmers from City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) impressed at the City of Derby open meet in Sheffield.

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The COPS record-breaking 4x100m medley  team of, from the left, Bethany Saunders , Rachel Wellings , Poppy Richardson and Mollie Allen.

COPS are record-breakers at national championships

Ten top City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) members did their club and the city proud at the big ASA National Winter Meet held at Ponds Forge in Sheffield.

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The COPS A team.

COPS reach Cup Final again . . . but only just

Huge disappointment turned to sheer delight for City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) after the final round of the East Midlands League in Cambridge.

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COPS swimmers who won in the National Arena League fixture. From the left they are Poppy Richardson, Mollie Allen, Daniel Leigh and Rebecca Burton.

COPS on right course for a place in the big cup final

City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) remain in the hunt for a place at the big National Arena Swimming League cup final.

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Ben Negus.

SWIMMING: Local coach selected for national programme

City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) coach Ben Negus has been selected to take part in an exciting new programme aimed at creating the next generation of top class coaches.

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The COPS squad at the East Region Short Course Championships.

Eastern delight as awesome COPS top the medals table

City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) turned in an awesome team display at the East Region Short Course Championships at Luton to finish on top of the medals table.

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Deepings Swimming Club members.

SWIMMING: Deeping club records tumble

Records tumbled when Deepings Swimming Club members took part in the Lincoln Vulcans Open Meet at Ponds Forge in Sheffield on Saturday (October 22).

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The COPS A team at Thetford.

COPS A dominate Fenland League

The City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) A team cruised into the Junior Fenland League cup final after winning the last qualifying round at Thetford.

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