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Spinley stars in her final competition for Deepings

Deepings Swimming Club took a strong national and Midlands squad to the recent Derventio Excel meet in Sheffield, while a mix of senior and junior squad members competed closer to home, at the Fenland Open Meet in Whittlesey.

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Jamie Scholes on top of the podium on the beach in Majorca.

Scholes in big sea race win for GB in Majorca

City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) star Jamie Scholes earned the biggest win of his career in Majorca last week when claiming victory in a massive international race wearing Team GB colours.

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Josh Martin, Brenna Howell and Harriet Salisbury.

No gold but silver lining suits COPS youngsters

A gold medal may have eluded them, but City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) members certainly did themselves proud at the East Region Long Course Championships in Luton over the Bank Holiday weekend.

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A 1-2-3 for Matthew Rothwell, Myles Robinson-Young and Henry Pearce.

COPS stay the distance to finish with a flourish

City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) finished the 2018 East Region Long Course Championships with a mighty splash at Basildon at the weekend.

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The East Midlands squad ' from left Tom Adams, Louis Metselaar, Bailie Harrison, Bethany Eagle-Brown, Jessie Spooner and Holly Leggott (missing Isabel Spinley and Tom Neal).

SWIMMING: Deepings swimmers compete strongly against the best

The final weekend of the East Midlands Regional Championships saw Deepings Swimming Club members travel to Sheffield to compete against the best swimmers from Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.

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The City of Peterborough Swimming Club minis who took part in a closed event for children agaed nine and under.

SWIMMING: The COPs kids make a great first impression

It was the turn of the youngest City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPs) members to take centre stage last weekend.

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Amelia Monaghan won five individual gold medals.

Five-star Monaghan leads the way for speed COPS in Norwich

City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) star Amelia Monaghan turned in a five-star performance at the Youth East Region Championships in Norwich at the weekend.

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Deepings Swimming Club was the top visiting club at the Tulip Meet, winning 108 medals

SWIMMING: Deepings win top visiting club trophy at Tulip Meet

Deepings Swimming Club were awarded the top visiting club trophy at the 2018 Tulip Meet in Spalding after a stunning weekend of racing saw the team win 108 medals, 39 of them gold.

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The Deepings Swimming Club quartet ' Jessica O'Herlihy, Molly Briers, Tiffany Wong and Alex Sadler with assistant coach Zoe Fisher (centre) - who competed at the East Midlands Age Group Championships.

Eastern delight for Deepings

Four younger members of Deepings Swimming Club competed at their first East Midlands Age Group Regional Championships at the weekend.

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Rachel Wellings.

‘Time to shine’ for Wellings

Rachel Wellings from City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) is targeting a year of recovery as she looks to get back to her best in the pool.

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The COPS squad pictured at the National Arena League final in Cardiff.

Monaghan hits a great winner for COPS in the ‘FA Cup Final’

City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) competed against the best in Britain at the weekend when taking part in the ‘FA Cup final of swimming’.

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Top Boy Connor Walker (left) and Top Girl Ella McGhie.

COPS youngsters take their chances to earn places at Eastern Region Championships

City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) members turned out in force at their Regional Pool base over the weekend busting a gut to attain Regional Championship qualifying times . . . or improve on the ones they’d already got.

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Deepings East Midlands Championship squad  in Sheffield.

Golden girl Spinley strikes once again

Deepings Swimming Club enjoyed a successful first weekend of racing at the East Midlands Regional Championships with the team making 18 finals, winning two medals and breaking one club record.

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Matt Gray and Poppy Richardson of COPs receive the top Visiting Club Trophy.

RESULTS: City of Peterborough swimmers were first-class visitors to Guildford

City of Peterborough Swimming Club were trophy-hunting again last weekend.

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Holly Leggott.

SWIMMING: Deepings win five medals at high-quality Easter meet

Deepings Swimming Club took a small team of elite swimmers to the Level 1 meet in Norwich last weekend and came away with five medals after some outstanding individual performances.

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Myles Robinson-Young.

England international call-ups for talented COPS twosome

High-flying City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) are celebrating more international recognition.

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COPS British Championship squad members. From the left are Matt Grey, Henry Pearce, Herbie Kinder, Tom Wiggins and Jamie Scholes.

Scholes is a top COP in Edinburgh

City of Peterborough Swimming Club have been busy over the last couple of week winning galas and achieving impressive results on the national stage.

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Holly Leggott breaks the club's 50m backstroke record at Leicester. Picture: Chris Lowndes

Four golds and two club records for Deepings at Leicester meet

Bethany Eagle-Brown and Holly Leggott broke club records as Deepings Swimming Club came away with 25 medals, four of them gold, from the Leicester Age Group Meet last weekend.

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Deepings Swimming Club star Isabel Spinley ready to race at the 2018 British Championships.

Deepings ace makes two British Championship finals

Isabel Spinley was in outstanding form at the 2018 British Swimming Championships, making two ‘B’ finals against the country’s top swimmers and smashing two Lincolnshire long course county records.

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COPS top boys and top girls at the Cambs County Championships. From the left they are Connor Walker, Josh Martin, Henry Pearce, Matt Newson, Ella McGhie, Ruby Blakeley and Eve Wright.

COPS are kings and queens of the county once again

City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) were once again the dominant force at the 2018 Cambridgeshire County Championships.

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