GB Deaf Swimming Coach runs half Marathon to raise funds.

25 Mar
25 Mar

Sam Chamberlin the Head Coach of Great Britain Deaf Swimming Club is running the Chester half Marathon, Sam is very proud to be raising funds for the World Deaf Championships in San Antonio USA. With no funding or kit from British Swimming the squad has to raise over £40,000 for the opportunity to race at the World Championships.

Sam is extremely proud of all the swimmers at the club, in and out of the pool. Sam is delighted that the clubs swimmers are being recognised around the UK. Polly Saines recently won the Surrey and Sussex Young Sports Star of the Year, Oliver Kenny crowned West Norfolk Disability Sportsperson of the Year, and a number of other swimmers have been nominated for forthcoming awards.

Great Britain Swimming Club is open to all deaf swimmers from ASA registered swim clubs. The club members range from novice swimmers to world record holders. GBDSC organises swim camps and the National Deaf Swimming Championships. For details on GBDSC please visit, www.gbdeafswimming.org .

You can support Sam at https://www.justgiving.com/GB-DeafSwimming

Or via text message Text GBDS15 £5 to 70070  (example donates £5).

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