Close race for best team at Aquanauts Graded Meet

on Sunday, 24 June 2012.

Trophy decided after last race

Close race for best team at Aquanauts Graded Meet

Only one point separated the top teams at the Aquanauts of Livingston Graded Meet this weekend as the competition entered the final event (the cannon relay).

Eventually it was the Livingston and District Dolphins who triumphed with a massive 171 points. Runners up were Bo’ness ASC with 168 points and Dumfries Dolphins finishing third with 149 points.

Tales from the Archives

on Monday, 18 June 2012.

Craig follows in David’s footsteps

Tales from the Archives

40 years ago we had a promising young swimmer from Warrender Baths setting off to Munich for the '72 Olympics. David Wilkie swam his heart out for GB and did not disappoint with a silver medal in the 200m Breaststroke. This year we have another promising young swimmer from Warrendar Baths Club going to the Olympics in London. Another connection is his speciality is Breaststroke also and I am sure the District will want to wish Craig Benson every success and hope he has a great Olympic experience.

New Scottish Records for Craig's young and old from Carnegie

on Monday, 18 June 2012.

More records fall

New Scottish Records for Craig's young and old from Carnegie

At the East Lothian Distance Meet on 16th June Carnegie swimmer Craig McLean smashed the Scottish Record in the 200m Back for the boys 13yrs. Craig took over 3 seconds off the previous time finishing in 2:10.72.

 

Also, Craig Holmes who is competing at the FINA World Masters in Italy set a new Scottish Record in the 30-34yrs age group for the 50m backstroke – 29.77 seconds and 12th place.