Theresa Ogbekhiulu: The trainee swim teacher who shed her fear of water

Just 12 months ago, Theresa Ogbekhiulu could only splash around in the shallow end of the pool due to a fear of deeper waters, but now she is inspiring others on their learn to swim journeys. Theresa moved to Wales from Nigeria aged 16 and went on to study at Swansea University where alongside her […]

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Swim Wales strengthens Freedom Leisure Partnership

Swim Wales, the recognised National Governing Body for aquatics in Wales, has strengthened its relationship with with one of the UK’s leading not-for-profit leisure trusts, Freedom Leisure, after signing a new partnership agreement. Freedom Leisure operate over 100 leisure, cultural and entertainment venues across the UK with the mission of improving lives through leisure, and […]

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Swansea University and Swim Wales have announced a new partnerhip.

Swim Wales partners with Swansea University

Swim Wales, the National Governing Body for Aquatics in Wales, is thrilled to announce a landmark partnership with Swansea University. This new multi-year collaboration marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for Swim Wales and Swansea University and reinforces our shared commitment to nurturing talent, driving innovation, and promoting aquatics at all levels. Together, […]

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Parkwood and Swim Wales have today announced a partnership.

Swim Wales partners with Parkwood Leisure

Swim Wales, the recognised National Governing Body for aquatics in Wales, has partnered with one of the UK’s leading leisure management companies, Parkwood Leisure, to deliver the Learn to Swim Wales framework in their facilities across the country. The collaboration aims to provide further opportunities for participants to learn how to swim and improve their […]

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