17 Aug 2019
Wins for Fran in the Individual Medley Race and Oscar in the Cygnet Race
10 Aug 2019
An on form Kevin added to his winning streak by following his win at last Sunday’s River Nene Race by taking the Percy Clears Cup. Sarah was second, Poppy third. Paddy was last.
09 Aug 2019
It was a seismic moment, for the 1930s, when Kathleen Murphy smashed chokingly social barriers and became the first woman to be legally allowed swim in the Serpentine in June 1930. Perhaps Murphy’s inspiration for this feat could have been thanks to a swimming wager made by an English opera soprano that caught the world’s attention?
03 Aug 2019
A wonderful race to celebrate the life and contributions of one of kindest and gentlest departed swimmers, Roy Wrey.
28 Jul 2019
The week started strangely; London's weather was as steamy as Croydon in the tropics, or Singapore if you prefer that name. The Irish cricket team looked like they were bowling their way to a win in their cricket test at Haydn’s beloved Lords cricket ground. And the hat-trick involved a man who tried to propel himself by a mini jet engine across the English Channel. And beyond that were 16 reasons for celebration. And as someone wisely said 'success is not counted by how high you have climbed but by how many people you have brought with you'
27 Jul 2019
The Rose George One Mile and one Metre Race was won by Deirdre. Both ladies have swum the Channel more than once.
23 Jul 2019
Six Serpies go over 24 hours to swim the length of Lake Geneva
20 Jul 2019
Great to see Bobby Baxter down at the Serps to present the prizes and have a dip.