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About British Swimming

British Swimming is the National Governing Body for Swimming, Para-Swimming, Diving, High Diving, Synchronised Swimming, Water Polo and Open Water in Great Britain. It is responsible internationally for the high-performance representation of the sport. The members of British Swimming are the three Home Countries national governing bodies of England (ASA), Scotland (Scottish ASA) and Wales (Welsh ASA).

British Swimming seeks to enable its athletes to achieve gold medal success at the Olympics, Paralympics, World Championships and Commonwealth Games. Stay up to speed with the latest swimming news on the British Swimming website here:

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About SwimStars

As part of the partnership, UP&GO will also be working closely with Becky Adlington’s SwimStars; a national learn to swim program that teaches children to become competent, confident swimmers. At present over 12,000 children are involved in the programme each week and the plan is to expand this figure over the next three years with the support of UP&GO.

Learn more about Becky Adlington’s SwimStars here:

“We are absolutely delighted to have signed a partnership with UP&GO, whose values align closely with those of British Swimming. Aquatics sports are notorious for their early starts, with training sessions often taking place before most people are even out of bed; having a partner who can offer quick but high-quality fuel will be of real benefit to our British stars.”

British Swimming Chief Executive, Jack Buckner

“I’m delighted to be partnering with UP&GO to activate their partnership with British Swimming. As well as being a wonderful family-oriented sport, swimming is such an important life skill for children and adults alike and I’m very passionate about encouraging all Britons to learn to swim. I look forward to helping bring this partnership to life!”

Double Olympic Champion, Becky Adlington OBE