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WELCOME TO OUR OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF ADRIANCRAMP.COM THE FULL STORY OF MYSELF & WHAT I HAVE DONE & YET TO DO IN SWIMMING & GENERAL Website PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING REQUEST PLEASE DO NOT LOSE YOUR TEMPER AS WE DON`T HAVE TIME TO FIND IT HERE @ADRIANCRAMP.COM Hi & Welcome to the official home page of AdrianCramp.com Where you will find page after page of infromation about this young man PLEASE READ PLEASE DO NOT LOSE YOUR TEMPER AS WE DON`T HAVE TIME TO FIND IT HERE @ ADRIANCRAMP.COM THANK YOU FIND OUT MORE BY GOING TO http://www.adriancramp.com WELCOME TO OUR OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF ADRIANCRAMP.COM THE FULL STORY OF MYSELF & WHAT I HAVE DONE & YET TO DO IN SWIMMING & GENERAL Website PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING REQUEST PLEASE DO NOT LOSE YOUR TEMPER AS WE DON`T HAVE TIME TO FIND IT HERE @ADRIANCRAMP.COM Hi & Welcome to the official home page of AdrianCramp.com Where you will find page after page of infromation about this young man PLEASE READ PLEASE DO NOT LOSE YOUR TEMPER AS WE DON`T HAVE TIME TO FIND IT HERE @ ADRIANCRAMP.COM THANK YOU 09/04/09 Website Created on Friday 14th August 2009 Induction Part 2 WELCOME TO MY FRONT PAGE ON ADRIANCRAMP COM WELCOME TO OUR OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF ADRIANCRAMP.COM THE FULL STORY OF MYSELF & WHAT I HAVE DONE & YET TO DO IN SWIMMING & GENERAL Website Last Updated On Sunday 19th July 2009 PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING REQUEST PLEASE DO NOT LOSE YOUR TEMPER AS WE DON`T HAVE TIME TO FIND IT HERE @ADRIAN CRAMP.COM THANK YOU WELCOME TO welcome to read the text above 13/08/2008 17/08/09 Edit Introduction | Delete ADRIANCRAMP.COM/CONTENTSINDEX/CURRENTINDEX Edit Link | Delete Edit Image | Delete INTRO PART 8 WELCOME TO OUR OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF ADRIANCRAMP.COM THE FULL STORY OF MYSELF & WHAT I HAVE DONE & YET TO DO IN SWIMMING & GENERAL Website PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING REQUEST PLEASE DO NOT LOSE YOUR TEMPER AS WE DON`T HAVE TIME TO FIND IT HERE @ADRIAN CRAMP.COM THANK YOU. Home page Home page Contacts page Events page Favourites page News page Photo extra Home Page Links addyourlink Headlines Bulletin board Alert Hi & Welcome to the official home page of AdrianCramp.com Where you will find page after page of infromation about this young man Website Last Updated on Saturday 1st August 2009 PLEASE READ PLEASE DO NOT LOSE YOUR TEMPER AS WE DON`T HAVE TIME TO FIND IT HERE @ ADRIANCRAMP.COM THANK YOU 09/04/09 ADRIANCRAMP.COM/ABOUTME My name is Adrian Cramp and I live in a large town called Chesterfield, made famous by its Crooked Spire Church. I did not learn to swim until I was 26 years old, as I was terrified of water due to being frightened by swimming lessons at school. I was given supported employment with North East Derbyshire District Council as a Sports Development Worker, and I had to learn to swim as part of that post. I then joined a swimming club for people with learning disabilities and trained as hard as I could and won a few events with them. This club folded and I then joined the Spire Oaks Special Olympics Swimming club for People with Learning difficulties. I have been swimming for two clubs in my short swimming career - Chesterfield Triple A for 3 years, and now at SpireOaks Swimming Club. My parents have been very supportive & understanding and at the club wh ere I swim, the coach is also one of my close friends so she knows what I am like as a person. I had a very enjoyable National Swimming Championships at Sharley Park on the 5th & 6th of May, where the natural step ups from Club Swimmer only to Regional Squad & now National Squad I have yet to attended my first training session but I looking forward to it. Yes it will be tough at the top but if you want to be the best, all you budding swimmers able-bodied & disabled - get to a club & learn to swim, you never know when you will need it. I had a very special Olympics in Cardiff 2001 where I brought home three silvers, one bronze & one fifth place. As I said at the time, I was very disappointed as I thought I could swim faster. The turn was

poor by my standards by I sat down with my coaches & talked it though. More about me... My favourite food is pasta dishes like Lasagne and Pizza sometimes will have one as I think it is chill out food. I am a dog lover and we have two dogs at home. Here is a picture of my dog I like going to lots of different swimming venues each year. Yes its good doing sport all week as I am swimmer, so I am used to water and football pitches, cricket pitches and I work for a local Council in the Sports Development Department, also I would like to thank, James Hickman my best mate, Steve Parry my second best mate, Ian Turner Head Coach University of Bath, also some of my swimming mates at Bath, Terry Dennison Head Coach City Of Leeds who I spoke to last Sunday at North Eastern Counties Championships at Sheffield, Chris Nesbit - Head Coach at Portsmouth Northsea, Sue Rolph - City of Cardiff, Mark Foster, Katrina Mcendey, & all The GB National Swim Team Disability. Tracy Wiscome, Diane & Fran Dart - Reading Cygnets, City Of Leeds & Dive Leeds & City of Sheffield Coaching Staff, Eckington Swimming Club, Pete & Sally Rainbow, Kevin Hopkins Etc, Zoe & Ronnie Baker & everybody who had look at my site so far keep looking for further events Copyright ©, 2002 Alun Waterhouse VISITORS 1882 Site Maintance Hi there is site maintance going on accross the adriancramp.com website network please bear with us 04/08/09 02/08/10 Edit News Item | Delete | Move Down | Move Up INTRO PART 7 Welcome to our AdrianCramp.Com My Home On the Web where you find lots of lots page of me Adrian Cramp & my life story of my the Breastroker nickname aslo dolpinboy like the man himself but on the breastoke & freestyle in the short course pool (25m)PLEASE BEAR IN MIND THE FOLLOWING REQUEST PLEASE DO NOT LOSE YOUR TEMPER AS WE DON`T HAVE TIME TO FIND IT HERE @ADRIANCRAMP.COM THANK YOU Website Created on Tuesday 1st December 2009 Website Last Updated On 10th December 2009 S14 BACK IN TO FOLD Accessibility Help * Skip to content * Skip to bbc.co.uk search * Low graphics * Help * Access keys help British Broadcasting Corporation Search term Explore the BBC BBC Sport paralympics2008 Watch Sport news bulletin Sport Homepage Disability Sport Paralympics 2008 A-Z of Sports Related BBC sites * News * Weather Page last updated at 10:53 GMT, Saturday, 21 November 2009 E-mail this to a friend Printable version Intellectual disability ban ends Boris Johnson waves IPC flag in Beijing Intellectual disability athletes will now feature at London 2012 Athletes with intellectual disabilities can once again take part in the Paralympics after an International Paralympic Committee (IPC) vote. They had been banned since it was found that most of Spain's intellectual disability basketball team at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics were not disabled. As a result, "sports intelligence" tests will form part of the new, more rigorous classification process. ParalympicsGB said it "welcomed" the decision taken on Saturday. Speaking at an assembly in Kuala Lumpur, IPC President Sir Philip Craven said: "Today's achievement is the outcome of a unique and excellent co-operation between sports governance and the scientific community. "I wish all intellectual disability athletes the best of success in their attempt to set world class performances at future competitions." Tessa Jowell, Minister for the Olympic and Paralympic Games, added: "I've been involved in this campaign for the last four years so I know it wasn't a simple decision. "But nobody who's been at the Special Olympics would doubt that its competitors are every bit as committed as the Paralympians." Four sports - athletics, swimming, rowing and table tennis - are now set to be included in the 2012 programme in London. Intellectual disability athletes were barred from competing at both the Athens Games in 2004 and Beijing in 2008 following the scandal surrounding the Spanish team, but moves to welcome them back to the Paralympic fold have bee

n in progress for some time. The failure of a screening process to detect the absence of intellectual disability in several Spanish basketball players was extremely embarrassing for Paralympic organisers. Spain beat Russia in the final to claim gold, but their players subsequently had to hand back their medals after an inquiry found that 10 of the 12-strong squad suffered no handicap. This resolution brings this unfortunate episode to an end Bob Price President, Inas-Fid October's IPC European Swimming Championships in Iceland, at which Britain won seven gold medals, marked the first IPC-run event where intellectual disability athletes were allowed to compete again. The International Sports Federation for Persons with an Intellectual Disability (Inas-Fid) has been working with the IPC on the matter. The two organisations jointly proposed a motion which stated the criteria for reintroducing athletes with an intellectual disability to the Paralympic Games had been met. "We have lobbied hard for the re-inclusion of athletes with a learning disability subject to a robust classification system," read a statement from Tim Reddish, the chairman of ParalympicsGB. "We will now work hard with the sports to ensure that these athletes are best prepared." Bob Price, President of Inas-Fid, said: "I am delighted with the outcome of the vote. Even though they themselves did nothing wrong, intellectual disability athletes have been excluded from the Paralympic Games and other IPC-sanctioned competitions. "This resolution brings this unfortunate episode to an end and reintroduces intellectual disability athletes to their proper place within the Paralympic family." Tracey McCillen, from the UK Sports Association for People with Learning Disability, told BBC Radio 5 live: "The Paralympic door has finally been opened. HOW CLASSIFICATION WILL WORK Correctly identifying and classifying intellectual disability has been the problem preventing athletes from competing. The IPC now believes it has a solution, as follows: 1. Committee reviews athlete's medical file 2. If deemed eligible, athlete faces sport-specific panel 3. Panel conducts tests on "sports intelligence" ahead of event 4. Test results allow athlete to be appropriately classified "There is a very robust classification system in place and that was at the heart of the decision-making process. It will be held up as a model of good practice and will become clearer over the next few months." Accurate classification, vital to all forms of disability sport, had been highlighted as a prerequisite for the return of intellectual disability athletes to Paralympic competition. Under the IPC's new plans, an eligibility committee established by Inas-Fid will review an athlete's medical file and, if they are deemed eligible, issue a letter to the athlete which allows them to proceed to the next step of the classification process. A separate panel appointed by the relevant sport's governing body then tests the athlete on-site ahead of an event, focusing on what the IPC calls "sports intelligence", including tests relevant to that sport. The athlete's scores in those tests will be compared to "minimal disability scores" in that sport, with the athlete appropriately classified as a result. However, the IPC cautioned that "as of this autumn, no sport-specific minimal disability scores are available yet. "This requires the full analysis of all data collected from the 2009 Inas-Fid Global Games and other competitions, and it is expected that criteria will be made available mid-2010." Bookmark with: * Delicious * Digg * reddit * Facebook * StumbleUpon What are these? E-mail this to a friend Printable version see also Paralympics ponder key rule change 20 Nov 09 | Disability Sport Paralympics set to alter entry policy 13 Sep 08 | Disability Sport A-Z of Paralympic classification 28 Aug 08 | Disability Sport Disability Sport on the BBC 02 Nov 09 | Disability Sport Paralympic row remains unresolved 27 Jun 06 | Disability Sport Spain ordered to return

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National Swimming Championships 2002 in Sheffield Men's 100m Freestyle Open Heat 1 6. Adrian Cramp East Midland 1:58.76 Men's 100m Breastroke 5. Adrian Cramp East Midland 2:09.78 Men's 3 x 25 Medley Relay (Back,Breast,Freestyle) East Midland Team A relay a gold (Limmage,Montgomery,Wibberley) East Midland Team B relay (Cooper,Cramp,Harrison) Men's 4 x 25 Freestyle Relay Team A (Roberts,Montgomery,Roberts,Wibberley) Men's 4 X 25 Freestyle Relay Team B (Harrison,Brett,Cramp,Cooper) DSE NATIONAL LONG COURSE SWIMMING 2002 This event took place at Ponds Forge, in Sheffield on the 7-9 June. Below are the results - SpireOaks club members are highlighted in bold. Full results can be found here EVENT 206 MEN'S 100M FREESTYLE S14 Place Name Club Time 1 Krisztian SANTA Hungary 57.84 2 Francis DART Manchester 58.54 3 Gunnar Orn OLAFSSON Iceland 59.29 12 Bryan WIBBERLEY SpireOaks 1:04.38 19 Jamie ROBERTS SpireOaks 1:09.50 EVENT 305 MEN'S 100M BREASTSTROKE SB14 Place Name Club Time 1 Chris PUGH Manchester 1:17.09 2 Murray DINGWALL Stirling 1:17.43 3 Patrick DONACHIE Australia 1:17.92 19 Adrian CRAMP SpireOaks 2:13.21 EVENT 503 MEN'S 100M BACKSTROKE S14 Place Name Club Time 1 Krisztian SANTA Hungary 1:06.89 2 Gunnar Orn OLAFSSON Iceland 1:08.92 3 Gabor MAJER Hungary 1:09.98 8 Bryan WIBBERLEY SpireOaks 1:15.05 12 Jamie ROBERTS SpireOaks 1:21.81 EVENT 509 MEN'S 50M FREESTYLE S14 Place Name Club Time 1 Krisztian SANTA Hungary 26.09 2 Francis DART Manchester 26.79 3 Gunnar Orn Iceland 27.11 12 Bryan WIBBERLEY SpireOaks 29.46 14 Jamie ROBERTS SpireOaks 30.20 Copyright ©, 2002 Alun Waterhouse 1 Welcome to the SpireOaks Special Olympic Swimming Club Website ::: Menu : .: Home .: Latest News .: Club Members .: The Diary .: Coaching .: The Gallery .: Results .: Links .: Contact Us Guestbook : .: View our Guestbook .: Sign our Guestbook SIGold3.GIF (7616 bytes) W The Fifth National Swimming Championships for Sports Men and Women with Learning Disabilities Sharley Park Leisure Centre Chesterfield SATURDAY, 18 MAY 2002 Morning session Event 100m Men’s Backstroke WR 01:04,89 Eur 01:04,89 1 1 A Bryan Wibberley Spireoaks 1:12.27 2 A Billy Morgan Sharks 1:27.40 3 A Jason Hills Sharks 1:28.74 1 B Adam Meanwell Lynx 2:02.46 2 B Ben Summers Sharks 2:05.57 1 D Iain Ambrose Sharks 1:35.18 Event 100m Women’s Backstroke WR 01:08,19 Eur 01:11,30 2 1 A Natalie Massey Stockport Metro 1:25.60 2 A Elizabeth Pidgeon Worthing 1:40.64 3 A Salina Howard Cygnets 1:51.96 4 A Angela Wibberley Spireoaks 2:05.00 5 A Claire Lawrence Spireoaks 2:11.12 1 B Samantha Mercer Sharks 2:14.69 2 B Carol Guthrie Kingfishers 2:29.04 1 D Sarah Louise Casey Sharks 1:52.54 2 D Corinna Beckett Sharks 2:22.00 D Karen Brown Kingfishers Disq Event 200m Men’s Freestyle WR 02:02,28 Eur 02:02,28 3 1 A Craig Moate Becontree SC 2:24.14 2 A Jamie Roberts Spireoaks 2:33.14 3 A Billy Morgan Sharks SC 2:59.72 Event 200m Women’s Freestyle WR 02:19,77 Eur 02:26,14 4 1 A Chloe Williams Canvey Island 3:04.04 1 D Sarah Louise Casey Sharks 3:40.71 2 D Corinna Beckett Sharks 4:47.63 Event 100m Men’s Individual Medley WR 01:08,78 Eur 01:08,78 5 1 A Chris Hendy North Gate 1:09.80 2 A Jamie Roberts Spireoaks 1:19.79 3 A Craig Moate Becontree SC 1:22.11 4 A Billy Morgan Sharks 1:30.29 5 A Jason Hills Sharks 1:32.06 1 B Aidan Montgomery Lynx 1:24.10 B Peter Eames Squids Disq B Neil Parsons Stretton Brook Disq D Iain Ambrose Sharks Disq Event 100m Women’s Individual Medley WR 01:17,46 Eur 01:17,46 6 1 A Natalie Massey Stockport Metro 1:29.09 2 A Louisa Eames Squids 1:33.98 3 A Chloe Williams Canvey I

sland 1:36.47 4 A Elizabeth Pidgeon Worthing 1:39.14 5 A Sarah Cox Lynx 1:49.83 6 A Gullermina Goudge Sheffield 1:55.49 D Corinna Beckett Sharks Disq D Sarah Louise Casey Sharks Disq Event 100m Men’s Breaststroke WR 01:06,84 Eur 01:05,02 7 1 A Chris Hendy North Gate 1:18.77 2 A Andrew Hart Cygnets 1:24.23 3 A Jamie Young City of Lincoln Pentaqua 1:24.95 4 A Adam Baker Sharks 1:35.69 5 A Jason Hills Sharks 1:49.08 1 B Daniel England Squids 1:37.45 2 B Kirk Limmage Kingfishers 1:45.28 3 B Adrian Cramp Spireoaks 2:07.38 1 D Iain Ambrose Sharks 1:48.38 Event 100m Women’s Breaststroke WR 01:20,76 Eur 01:20,76 8 1 A Leah Halpin Penguins 1:57.40 2 A Anna Jowett Cygnets 2:01.85 1 B Sarah Cox Lynx 2:00.73 2 B Rhianna Howe Spireoaks 2:14.44 B Samantha Mercer Sharks Disq D Corinna Beckett Sharks Disq Event 200m Men’s Backstroke WR 02:23,39 Eur 02:23,39 9 1 A Billy Morgan Sharks 3:20.48 1 B Ben Summers Sharks 4:35.63 Event 200m Women’s Backstroke WR 02:34,65 Eur 03:00,60 10 1 A Natalie Massey Stockport Metro 2:56.58 Event 50m Men’s Backstroke WR 00:31,70 Eur 00:30,76 11 1 A Bryan Wibberley Spireoaks 33.62 2 A Jamie Roberts Spireoaks 35.27 3 A Phillip Haines Kingfishers 42.02 1 B Matthew Cooper Spireoaks 45.81 2 B Neil Parsons Stretton Brook 49.78 3 B Thomas Harrison Spireoaks 51.92 4 B Adam Meanwell Lynx 54.23 5 B Daniel Mills Stretton Brook 57.15 6 B Ben Summers Sharks 1:00.62 7 B William Gamble Spireoaks 1:03.65 1 D Arron James Kingfishers 1:09.68 2 D Damien Brett Kingfishers 1:11.00 Speeding ticket – not placed Peter Eames Squids Speeding ticket – not placed Daniel England Squids Event 50m Women’s Backstroke WR 00:33,16 Eur 00:33,78 12 1 A Natalie Massey Stockport Metro 39.49 2 A Kirsty Turner Sharks 43.13 3 A Elizabeth Pidgeon Worthing 43.43 4 A Louisa Eames Squids 43.69 5 A Chloe Williams Canvey Island 44.28 6 A Salina Howard Cygnets 50.44 1 B Angela Wibberley Spireoaks 57.80 2 B Samantha Mercer Sharks 1:02.29 3 B Claire Lawrence Spireoaks 1:04.00 4 B Carol Guthrie Kingfishers 1:08.35 Event 50m Men’s Breaststroke WR 00:29,94 Eur 00:29,73 13 1 A Chris Hendy North Gate 34.94 2 A Andrew Hart Cygnets 38.39 3 A Jamie Young City of Lincoln Pentaqua 39.76 4 A Adam Baker Sharks 43.88 5 A Kirk Limmage Kingfishers 45.70 6 A Daniel England Squids 48.06 1 B Peter Eames Squids 54.61 B Daniel Mills Stretton Brook Disq B Christopher Bendall Stretton Brook Disq B Neil Parsons Stretton Brook Disq B Ben Summers Sharks Disq Event 50m Women’s Breaststroke WR 00:36,23 Eur 00:36,23 Manual Timings Only Available 14 1 A Louisa Eames Squids 45.97 2 A Ainsley Blease Liverpool & Bootle 46.04 3 A Anna Jowett Cygnets 49.67 4 A Leah Halpin Penguins 55.46 5 A Sarah Cox Lynx 54.68 A Kirsty Turner Sharks Disq 1 B Hannah Bacon Penguins 1:01.37 2 B Guillermina Goudge Sheffield 1:02.01 3 B Rhianna Howe Spireoaks 1:04.35 4 B Samantha Mercer Sharks Disq Afternoon session Event 200m Men’s Breaststroke WR 02:50,78 Eur 02:47,00 15 1 A Chris Hendy North Gate 2:53.67 2 A Andrew Hart Cygnets 3:24.71 3 A Adam Baker Sharks 3:27.38 1 B Adrian Cramp Spireoaks 4:

39.07 Event 200m Women’s Breaststroke WR 02:51,00 Eur 02:51,00 16 1 B Rhianna Howe Spireoaks 4:39.89 Event 100m Men’s Butterfly WR 01:03,53 Eur 01:03,53 17 1 A Craig Moate Becontree SC 1:14.21 2 A Jamie Young City of Lincoln Pentaqua 1:15.36 3 A Aidan Montgomery Lynx 1:29.41 4 A Phillip Haines Kingfishers 1:42.36 5 A Jason Hills Sharks 1:42.96 1 D Richard Hudson - 1:39.08 Event 100m Women’s Butterfly WR 01:09,45 Eur 01:15,51 18 1 D Sarah Louise Casey Sharks 1:51.90 Event 400m Men’s Freestyle WR 04:19,17 Eur 04:19,17 19 1 A Craig Moate Becontree SC 4:56.76 Event 400m Women’s Freestyle WR 04:44,23 Eur 05:31,09 20 1 A Guillermina Goudge Sheffield 7:42.57 Event 50m Men’s Butterfly WR 00:28,90 Eur 00:28,90 21 1 A Jamie Young City of Lincoln Pentaqua 33.83 2 A Aidan Montgomery Lynx 34.04 1 B Phillip Haines Kingfishers 44.50 1 D Richard Hudson - 41.98 2 D Iain Ambrose Sharks 46.97 D Damien Brett Kingfishers Disq Event 50m Women’s Butterfly WR 00:32,07 Eur 00:32,07 22 1 A Ainsley Blease Liverpool & Bootle 43.96 2 A Salina Howard Cygnets 45.70 3 A Louisa Eames Squids 45.74 4 A Elizabeth Pidgeon Worthing 47.16 1 B Guillermina Goudge Sheffield 58.55 1 D Sarah Louise Casey Sharks 52.92 Event 100m Men’s Freestyle WR 00:55;65 Eur 00:56,98 23 1 A Bryan Wibberley Spireoaks 1:03.76 2 A Craig Moate Becontree SC 1:07.33 3 A Jamie Roberts Spireoaks 1:10.86 4 A Aidan Montgomery Lynx 1:13.35 5 A Billy Morgan Sharks 1:18.54 6 A Jason Hills Sharks 1:22.44 7 A Adam Baker Sharks 1:25.13 1 B Kirk Limmage Kingfishers 1:21.01 2 B Matthew Cooper Spireoaks 1:32.52 3 B Peter Eames Squids 1:32.60 4 B Neil Parsons Stretton Brook 1:40.79 5 B Daniel Mills Stretton Brook 1:48.08 6 B Adam Meanwell Lynx 1:57.14 7 B Thomas Harrison Spireoaks 1:57.71 8 B Christopher Bendall Stretton Brook 2:03.28 1 D Richard Hudson - 1:30.17 2 D Iain Ambrose Sharks 1:32.61 3 D Damien Brett Kingfishers 2:11.36 Event 100m Women’s Freestyle WR 01:02,61 Eur 01:02,61 24 1 A Natalie Massey Stockport Metro 1:19.20 2 A Chloe Williams Canvey Island 1:22.47 3 A Kirsty Turner Sharks 1:23.64 4 A Anna Jowett Cygnets 1:41.12 5 A Guillermina Goudge Sheffield 1:42.00 6 A Sarah Cox Lynx 1:44.65 7 A Leah Halpin Penguins 1:48.51 8 A Claire Lawrence Spireoaks 1:50.63 1 B Carol Guthrie Kingfishers 1:57.56 2 B Angela Wibberley Spireoaks 2:09.09 1 D Corinna Beckett Sharks 2.13.95 2 D Karen Brown Kingfishers 2:27.10 Event 50m Men’s Freestyle WR 00:25,51 Eur 00:25,51 25 1 A Chris Hendy North Gate 28.31 2 A Bryan Wibberley Spireoaks 29.94 3 A Jamie Roberts Spireoaks 30.13 4 A Andrew Hart Cygnets 31.13 5 A Aidan Montgomery Lynx 31.95 6 A Kirk Limmage Kingfishers 35.94 7 A Phillip Haines Kingfishers 36.00 1 B Daniel England Squids 36.92 2 B Matthew Cooper Spireoaks 39.25 3 B Peter Eames Squids 40.13 4 B Neil Parsons Stretton Brook 43.68 5 B Daniel Mills Stretton Brook 44.68 6 B Adrian Cramp Spireoaks 45.23 7 B Owen Hill Stretton Brook 50.10 8 B Christopher Bendall Stretton Brook 50.16 9 B Adam Meanwell Lynx 52.29 10 B Daniel Smith Stretton Brook 52.66 11 B Thomas Harrison Spireoaks 53.22 12 B William Gamble

Spireoaks 54.51 1 D Richard Hudson - 38.84 2 D Damien Brett Kingfishers 1:01.35 3 D Arron James Kingfishers 1:02.20 Event 50m Women’s Freestyle WR 00:29,28 Eur 00:29,28 26 1 A Louisa Eames Squids 36.50 2 A Ainsley Blease Liverpool & Bootle 36.58 3 A Kirsty Turner Sharks 36.99 4 A Chloe Williams Canvey Island 38.17 5 A Elizabeth Pidgeon Worthing 38.27 6 A Anna Jowett Cygnets 43.39 7 A Leah Halpin Penguins 48.31 8 A Salina Howard Cygnets 49.11 1 B Hannah Bacon Penguins 47.99 2 B Sarah Cox Lynx 49.59 3 B Claire Lawrence Spireoaks 51.37 4 B Carol Guthrie Kingfishers 54.95 5 B Angela Wibberley Spireoaks 57.84 1 D Karen Brown Kingfishers 1:06.28 Copyright ©, 2002 Alun Waterhouse 1 30/08/09 ABOUT ME & INTRO 3 Welcome to Adrian Cramp's Home on the Web ::: Menu : .: Home .: Results .: News .: Favourite Links .: About me .: Favourite Venues .: Favourite Swimmers .: Image Gallery .: Sponsorship .: Training Guestbook : .: View our Guestbook .: Sign our Guestbook THE SWIMMAIL:UK GOLDEN STAMP Winner of the SWIMMAIL:UK GOLDEN STAMP SIGold3.GIF (7616 bytes) Who am I? My name is Adrian Cramp and I live in a large town called Chesterfield, made famous by its Crooked Spire Church. I did not learn to swim until I was 26 years old, as I was terrified of water due to being frightened by swimming lessons at school. I was given supported employment with North East Derbyshire District Council as a Sports Development Worker, and I had to learn to swim as part of that post. I then joined a swimming club for people with learning disabilities and trained as hard as I could and won a few events with them. This club folded and I then joined the Spire Oaks Special Olympics Swimming club for People with Learning difficulties. I have been swimming for two clubs in my short swimming career - Chesterfield Triple A for 3 years, and now at SpireOaks Swimming Club. My parents have been very supportive & understanding and at the club where I swim, the coach is also one of my close friends so she knows what I am like as a person. I had a very enjoyable National Swimming Championships at Sharley Park on the 5th & 6th of May, where the natural step ups from Club Swimmer only to Regional Squad & now National Squad I have yet to attended my first training session but I looking forward to it. Yes it will be tough at the top but if you want to be the best, all you budding swimmers able-bodied & disabled - get to a club & learn to swim, you never know when you will need it. I had a very special Olympics in Cardiff 2001 where I brought home three silvers, one bronze & one fifth place. As I said at the time, I was very disappointed as I thought I could swim faster. The turn was poor by my standards by I sat down with my coaches & talked it though. More about me... My favourite food is pasta dishes like Lasagne and Pizza sometimes will have one as I think it is chill out food. I am a dog lover and we have two dogs at home. Here is a picture of my dog I like going to lots of different swimming venues each year. Yes its good doing sport all week as I am swimmer, so I am used to water and football pitches, cricket pitches and I work for a local Council in the Sports Development Department, also I would like to thank, James Hickman my best mate, Steve Parry my second best mate, Ian Turner Head Coach University of Bath, also some of my swimming mates at Bath, Terry Dennison Head Coach City Of Leeds who I spoke to last Sunday at North Eastern Counties Championships at Sheffield, Chris Nesbit - Head Coach at Portsmouth Northsea, Sue Rolph - City of Cardiff, Mark Foster, Katrina Mcendey, & all The GB National Swim Team Disability. Tracy Wiscome, Diane & Fran Dart - Reading Cygnets, City Of Leeds & Dive Leeds & City of Sheffield Coaching Staff, Eckingt

on Swimming Club, Pete & Sally Rainbow, Kevin Hopkins Etc, Zoe & Ronnie Baker & everybody who had look at my site so far keep looking for further events & News. Yahoo! GeoCities Yahoo! GeoCities hosted by tripod Check out the NEW Hotbot Tell me when this page is updated NEWSFLASH 26th July 2004 & NEWSFLASH 18th May 2002..... wins Second Consecutive Cat B English National 200m Breastroke Title....click on NEWS link below for more on www.adriancramp.com A Special thing happen in May this Year where I won for second time in the History of the event when I won at Sharley Park Leisure Centre in Clay Cross,Chesterfield The Cat B 200m Breastroke National Championships The only person in the history of the event to win in two years in row. Website http://www.esapld.co.uk/. I was selected with eight of my regional swimming mates to go to The 6th National Special Olympics Games in Cardiff between the 28th of July to 4th of August 2001 where I return home with Three slivers one Bronze & a fifth place I really enjoyed the event & all the regionals enjoy the event & got on well with each other checkout the results on website www.cardiff-info.com/souk Aslo in 2000 I went to Switerland to a place called Geneva for The World Mencap Swimming Championships Website http://www.mencap.org.uk/ TC Photo © of Gregg Porteous, News Ltd, Australia click on www.adriancramp.com/sponsorship.asp Adrian`s' many honours include Cat B 200m Breastroke English National Champion 2000,2001 Cat B 100m Breastroke Silver Medalist in 2002 Cat B 100m Breastroke Bronze medalist in 2001 Cat B came Fourth & sixth in 50m Freestyle Special Olympic Finalist 25m 50m & 100m Breastroke & 4 x 25m Freestyle & Medley Relay Team 2001 World Mencap Swimming Championships in Geneva Switerland where I won Sliver 50m Breastroke Fourth 100m Freestyle Third 25m Freestyle See more results www.adriancramp.com/results.asp Latest Adrian Cramp News www.adriancrampdotcomresultsindex.co.uk Welcome to Adrian Cramp's Home on the Web ::: Menu : .: Home .: Results .: News .: Favourite Links .: About me .: Favourite Venues .: Favourite Swimmers .: Image Gallery .: Sponsorship .: Training Guestbook : .: View our Guestbook .: Sign our Guestbook THE SWIMMAIL:UK GOLDEN STAMP Winner of the SWIMMAIL:UK GOLDEN STAMP SIGold3.GIF (7616 bytes) How well have I done? Hi & welcome to my results page - all of my results will be posted on the results page when I have swam at Club, Regional, National & International Levels So stay Tuned! - Email me for more information here My results so far... Spalding results for Adrian Cramp are as follows. 25m Breastroke - Bronze Medal 25m Backstroke - runner up 25m Freestyle - runner up 50m Freestyle - Runner Up 50m Breastroke - Runner Up 75m I.M Individual Medley - Runner Up Reading Cygnets Swimming Club 100m Freestyle Sliver medal P.B 1:51.76 100m Breastroke Bronze Medal 4 x 25m Freestyle Relay Shepard, Ryan, Cramp, Gamble DQ 50m Breastroke 4th Place I am disappointed with relay but that way it goes cool ! Mansfield Regionals Gala - My Results as follows 50m Freestyle 4th Place 48.74secs 100m Freestyle 4th Place 2:03.74 50m Breastroke 5th Place 57.74secs 100m Breastroke 3rd 2:05.32 4 X 25m Freestyle Relay sliver Medal 4 X 50m Freestyle Relay Runner up Mencap/Gateway National Swimming Championships 2002 in Sheffield Men's 100m Freestyle Open Heat 1 6. Adrian Cramp East Midland 1:58.76 Men's 100m Breastroke 5. Adrian Cramp East Midland 2:09.78 Men's 3 x 25 Medley Relay (Back, Breast, Freestyle) East Midland Team A relay a gold (Limmage, Montgomery, Wibberley) East Midland Team B relay (Cooper, Cramp, Harrison) Men's 4 X 25 Freestyle Relay Team B (Harrison, Brett, Cramp, Cooper) DSE NATIONAL LONG COURSE SWIMMING 2002 This event took place at Ponds Forge, in Sheffield on the 7-9 June. Below are the results - SpireOaks club members are highlighted in bold. Full results can be found here EVENT 305 MEN'S 100M BREASTSTROKE SB14 Place Name Club Time 1 Chris PUG

H Manchester 1:17.09 2 Murray DINGWALL Stirling 1:17.43 3 Patrick DONACHIE Australia 1:17.92 19 Adrian CRAMP SpireOaks 2:13.21 Hull Special Olympics 4x25m Freestyle Relay - Gold Medal (I swam the 3rd leg) Shepard, Gamble, Cramp, Cooper 50m Breastroke - Silver Medal 50m Freestyle - Bronze Medal 25m Breastroke - runner up Enfield Greater London Special Olympic Gala 50m Breastroke - Gold Medal 100m Freestyle - Bronze Medal 4x25m Freestyle Relay - 4th place ESAPLD National Swimming Championship - Sharley Park Category B - 200m Breastroke Nation Champion for the second year. Category B - 100m Breastroke - Silver Medal Category B - 50m Freestyle - 4th place in a personal best of 45.22s Still a ESAPLD England Squad Member and an East Midlands Regional Squad Member. To see Adrian's old results and honours page visit http://members.lycos.co.uk/adriancramp Welcome to Adrian Cramp's Home on the Web ::: Menu : .: Home .: Results .: News .: Favourite Links .: About me .: Favourite Venues .: Favourite Swimmers .: Image Gallery .: Sponsorship .: Training Guestbook : .: View our Guestbook .: Sign our Guestbook THE SWIMMAIL:UK GOLDEN STAMP Winner of the SWIMMAIL:UK GOLDEN STAMP SIGold3.GIF (7616 bytes) What is the key to training... NEWSFLASH 5th AUGUST 2002 Training update Training is all being gear to the BT nationals in November at Sheffield http://www.disablitysport.org.uk/ or http://www.isport.uk.com/dse I am now back in hard training hoping my second half of the season Is a bit better my first half what has give a lift to all the home nations in Commonwealth Games swim well like my mate James Hickman ,Steve Parry Darren Mew Sarah Price Karen Legg Karen Pickering etc.... My personally for me as they got trashed by the British press after Sydney 2000 made improvements at The World Champs Japan 2001 my personal view is to see Hickman & Parry back on the GB Squad the are world class Fly swimmers but Steve Parry a jack of all trades as is James Hickman. Training Update - July 2002 I just got back into hard training & the training is going very well at the moment. I got a PB in the 100m freestyle in a Lifetime best 1:51.76. I am now looking at 1:50 or below now, so my training is in place now I am hoping for an injury & illness free time as I was ill between June 2001 to February 2002. I worked hard to get back up to full fitness and I'd like to thank my coach Elizabeth Fittsimmons & Brian & Dot Wibberley & all of my swimming mates, Club, Regional & National & GB so Thank you all your support once again. Cheers Adrian This is a Picture of my good mate James Hickman who is a jh123.jpgButterflyer. My goal was to win my three slivers & one Bronze so I had to get tough. A welsh swimmer from the National Team was winding me up so much that I blew the chance of a gold medal in the 100m Breast-stroke & I knew it but now I have the new Arena powerskin shark skin, I feel very comfortable in it & relaxed. I am swimming very fast in & when I am not wearing I am still swimming fast. Swimming is a sport where sometimes at the top level, mind games come into play with each other so you don't know who's on form and who isn't. Swimming is very slow like the 1500m Freestyle but Jon Champion at the Olympic trials in July 2000 at The Ponds Forge Swimming Complex made the point in his commentary while sitting alongside another good mate, Adrian Moorhouse who I met at World Championship trails in April this Year at Manchester but getting back to point The 1500m is 30 lengths in a Long Course pool & 60 in a short course & the first 800 or 900m is like a heat swim - when you get to 200m to go then hold onto your hat like any race the sprinters like 25,50 or 100 & now 200m of any stroke the last fifty I've done it myself - we go for it & the point I am saying with the photo of James at the Olympics Sydney 2000 at the top level able Bodied & Disabled it serious but when you are learning the sport o.k. you want to be maybe World Record Holder or World ,European, National or Olympic Champion. I've been

National Champion last year and I am hoping next year in Reading to defend the title of my Cat B 200m Breast-stroke & hopefully improve on my two bronzes, but all budding swimmers enjoy it first then when you know what to expert then ask you local leisure centre for nearest Swimming Club That how I started - if your want to get somewhere like I did you have to put in the hard punishing training sessions that I still do. Leading up to Cardiff 2001 I was in Heavy training & got my rewards - see the results page. When I was in training I was doing five sessions a week... Sunday Evening 1 hour Ponds Forge ISC Monday Evening 1 hour Ponds Forge ISC Tuesday Morning 1 hour Ponds Forge ISC Thursday Morning 1 hour Ponds Forge ISC Friday Evening 1 hour Eckington Pool Saturday Evening 2 hours Middlecroft Leisure Centre 7pm - 9p, Training 6 hours Extra Training where I get in Above Pools Training Programme Sunday 1 Hour Ponds Forge 7.30-8.30 pm Monday 1 hour Ponds Forge 7.30-8.30 pm Tuesday 1 hour Ponds Forge 6.30-7.30 am Thursday 1 hour Ponds Forge 6.30-7.30 am Friday 1 Hour Eckington Pool 9.00-10.00 pm Saturday 1 Hour Middlecroft Leisure Centre 7.00-8.00 pm Set 1 400m Freestyle 200m Freestyle Kick 200m Freestyle Pull 200m Freestyle swim 100m Freestyle kick 100m Freestyle Pull 100m Freestyle Catch up 100m Freestyle Swim 6 x 50m Freestyle Swims Hard 8 x 25m Freestyle Swims Hard Set 2 400m Freestyle swim 800m Breastroke swim 400m Breastroke Kick 300m Breastroke Build 200m Breastroke Pull 100m Breastroke Easy 50m Breastroke hard Set 3 200m Backstroke Kick 200m Backstroke Pull Left arm 200m Backstroke Pull Right arm 200m Backstroke Drill Kick, Pull, Swim, 200m Backstroke Swim easy 100m Backstroke Swim Easy 200m Backstroke Swim Hard 100m Backstroke Swim Hard Set 4 400m Freestyle Swim 100m Fly Kick 100m Fly Pull 100m Fly Swim Easy 100m Fly Swim Hard Set 5 IM work 400m Freestyle Swim 100m IM Fly Kick 100m IM Fly Pull 100m IM Back Kick 100m IM Back Pull 100m IM Breastroke Kick 100m IM Breastroke Pull 100m IM Freestyle Kick 100m IM Freestyle Pull 4 x 100m IM Swim Hard 4 X 200m IM Swim Hard as Above in training set double everything for 200m IM Taper Plan Short Course 250m Freestyle (Warm up) 100m Freestyle (Kick) 100m Freestyle (Pull) 100m Backstroke (Kick) 100m Backstroke (Arms) 200m Backstroke (Legs) 200m Backstroke (Pulls) 200m Breastroke (Full Stroke With Pullboy) 200m Breastroke (Full) 100m Butterfly (Kick) 100m Butterfly (Pulls) 50m Butterfly 100m I.M (Fly/Back/Breast/Free 200m Swim Cool Down Taper Course Long Course 400m Freestyle Warm Up 200m Breastroke 100m Breastroke (Swim Down) 50m Breastroke (Sprints) x 20 100m Breastroke (as Above) 200m Breastroke (as Above) 100m Butterfly (Kick) 150m I.M (Back/Breast/Free) 200m Cool Down (Any Stroke) Get Out You have seen my Training Programme Tell me what you think this is a hard training programme I only be doing about a quarter of the distance leading up to a major gala or a club or National Championships. 30/08/09 INTRO PART 4 Welcome to Adrian Cramp's Home on the Web ::: Menu : .: Home .: Results .: News .: Favourite Links .: About me .: Favourite Venues .: Favourite Swimmers .: Image Gallery .: Sponsorship .: Training Guestbook : .: View our Guestbook .: Sign our Guestbook THE SWIMMAIL:UK GOLDEN STAMP Winner of the SWIMMAIL:UK GOLDEN STAMP SIGold3.GIF (7616 bytes) Top 10 Swimming Pool Venues 1. Ponds Forge International Sports Centre 2. Manchester Aquatics Centre 3. Leeds International Pool 4. Reading Central Baths 5. Blythe Swimming Pool 6. Mansfield Watermeadows Complex 7. Eckington Swimming Pool 8. Middlecroft Leisure Centre 9. Sharley Park Leisure Centre 10. Queen's Park Leisure Centre Favourite Top 10 Swimming Championships For 1996,1997,1998,1999,2000 1 MIDDLECROFT LEISURE CENTRE 2 PONDS FORGE INTERNATIONAL SPORTS CENTRE 3 ECKINGTON SWIMMING POOL 4 DRONFIELD SPORTS CENTRE 5 SHARLEY PARK LEISURE CENTRE 6 CENTRAL POOL READING 7 WATERMEADOWS MANSFIELD 8 MELTON MOWBRAY LEISURE CENTRE OF SAME NAME 9 HALESOWEN LEISURE CENTRE 10 TEWESBURY LEISURE C

ENTRE Copyright ©, 2002 Alun Waterhouse 1 Welcome to Adrian Cramp's Home on the Web ::: Menu : .: Home .: Results .: News .: Favourite Links .: About me .: Favourite Venues .: Favourite Swimmers .: Image Gallery .: Sponsorship .: Training Guestbook : .: View our Guestbook .: Sign our Guestbook THE SWIMMAIL:UK GOLDEN STAMP Winner of the SWIMMAIL:UK GOLDEN STAMP SIGold3.GIF (7616 bytes) Top 10 Favourite Female Swimmers 1. Susan Rolph 2. Tracy Wiscome 3. Karen Pickering 4. Nicola Jackson 5. Joanne Jackson 6. Alison Sheppard 7. Sarah Colinngs 8. Becky Cooke 9. Sarah Price 10 Jo Farguss 10= Katy Sexton 10= Helen Don-Duncan Top 10 Favourite Male Swimmers t 1. James Hickman 2. Mark Foster 3. Jamie Salter 4. Matthew Walker 5. Francis Dart 6. Chris Pugh 7. Graeme Smith 8. Adam Ruckwood 9. Bryan Wibberley 10. Richard Willnets Copyright ©, 2002 Alun Waterhouse 1 Welcome to Adrian Cramp's Home on the Web ::: Menu : .: Home .: Results .: News .: Favourite Links .: About me .: Favourite Venues .: Favourite Swimmers .: Image Gallery .: Sponsorship .: Training Guestbook : .: View our Guestbook .: Sign our Guestbook THE SWIMMAIL:UK GOLDEN STAMP Winner of the SWIMMAIL:UK GOLDEN STAMP SIGold3.GIF (7616 bytes) What will you find at my website? Hi, My name is Alun Waterhouse and I am Adrian's new webmaster. Over the coming months you will find out why Adrian got into swimming & why he is so passionate about it. Alun A few thank you's from Adrian. Carl Quinn Friend & supporter of Adrian Cramp James Hickman City of Leeds Adrian's Best Mate & all the City of Leeds Swimming Club Terry Dennison Head Coach City of Leeds Steve Parry Manchester Aquatics Francis Dart Manchester Tracy Wiscome Manchester Chris Pugh Manchester Ash Green - at Ashgate, Chesterfield. Matt Walker Manchester & all Coaching Staff ESAPLD English Sports For People with a Learning Disability Spireoaks Special Olympics Swimming Club & finally all the people who have written me e-mail & entered their name in the guestbook. Don't forget to... Please sign my guestbook with any comments or reactions you have to my site. You can also contact me privately. Copyright ©, 2002 Alun Waterhouse 1 30/08/09 Advertisements Search Click here for a list of links to other Beehives around the UK This Is Derbyshire | Beehive Homepage | Copyright | Disclaimer | Terms and Conditions * You&Yesterday | * EBP Ltd | * Lasting Tribute | * UKPlus | * New Homes | * Mortgages | * Loans The Beehive Community Network is managed by Northcliffe Media Ltd, Registered in England, Company registration number: 00272225, VAT no: 243571174 8/02/10 Edit News Item | Delete | Move Down | Move Up Advertisements Search Click here for a list of links to other Beehives around the UK This Is Derbyshire | Beehive Homepage | Copyright | Disclaimer | Terms and Conditions * You&Yesterday | * EBP Ltd | * Lasting Tribute | * UKPlus | * New Homes | * Mortgages | * Loans The Beehive Community Network is managed by Northcliffe Media Ltd, Registered in England, Company registration number: 00272225, VAT no: 243571174 Pages Home Page email adrian with your links results & comments About Me If you would like me to help the profile swimming CONTENTS INDEX CONTENTS INDEX 1 CONTENTS INDEX 2 CONTENTS INDEX 3 CONTENTS INDEX 4 CONTENTS INDEX 5 CONTENTS INDEX 6 CONTENTS INDEX 7 CONTENTS INDEX 8 CONTENTS INDEX 9 CONTENTS INDEX 10 UPCOMING EVENTS UPCOMING EVENTS 1 UPCOMING EVENTS 2 UPCOMING EVENTS 3 UPCOMING EVENTS 4 UPCOMING EVENTS 5 LATEST NEWS LATEST NEWS 1 LATEST NEWS 2 LATEST NEWS 4 LATEST NEWS 5 BRITISH SWIMMING & THE ASA SCOTTISH SWIMMING SWIM WALES SWIM IRELAND OMEGA TIMING & OTHER INTERNATIONAL RESULTS WEBSITE Join Beehive What is Beehive? Click here

to email this page to a friend. Your Toolkit Sign Out Update Your Profile Help Guide About Me ADRIANCRAMP.COM/ABOUTME My name is Adrian Cramp and I live in a large town called Chesterfield, made famous by its Crooked Spire Church. I did not learn to swim until I was 26 years old, as I was terrified of water due to being frightened by swimming lessons at school. I was given supported employment with North East Derbyshire District Council as a Sports Development Worker, and I had to learn to swim as part of that post. I then joined a swimming club for people with learning disabilities and trained as hard as I could and won a few events with them. This club folded and I then joined the Spire Oaks Special Olympics Swimming club for People with Learning difficulties. I have been swimming for two clubs in my short swimming career - Chesterfield Triple A for 3 years, and now at SpireOaks Swimming Club. My parents have been very supportive & understanding and at the club wh ere I swim, the coach is also one of my close friends so she knows what I am like as a person. I had a very enjoyable National Swimming Championships at Sharley Park on the 5th & 6th of May, where the natural step ups from Club Swimmer only to Regional Squad & now National Squad I have yet to attended my first training session but I looking forward to it. Yes it will be tough at the top but if you want to be the best, all you budding swimmers able-bodied & disabled - get to a club & learn to swim, you never know when you will need it. I had a very special Olympics in Cardiff 2001 where I brought home three silvers, one bronze & one fifth place. As I said at the time, I was very disappointed as I thought I could swim faster. The turn was poor by my standards by I sat down with my coaches & talked it though. More about me... My favourite food is pasta dishes like Lasagne and Pizza sometimes will have one as I think it is chill out food. I am a dog lover and we have two dogs at home. Here is a picture of my dog I like going to lots of different swimming venues each year. Yes its good doing sport all week as I am swimmer, so I am used to water and football pitches, cricket pitches and I work for a local Council in the Sports Development Department, also I would like to thank, James Hickman my best mate, Steve Parry my second best mate, Ian Turner Head Coach University of Bath, also some of my swimming mates at Bath, Terry Dennison Head Coach City Of Leeds who I spoke to last Sunday at North Eastern Counties Championships at Sheffield, Chris Nesbit - Head Coach at Portsmouth Northsea, Sue Rolph - City of Cardiff, Mark Foster, Katrina Mcendey, & all The GB National Swim Team Disability. Tracy Wiscome, Diane & Fran Dart - Reading Cygnets, City Of Leeds & Dive Leeds & City of Sheffield Coaching Staff, Eckington Swimming Club, Pete & Sally Rainbow, Kevin Hopkins Etc, Zoe & Ronnie Baker & everybody who had look at my site so far keep looking for further events & News. More about me http://www.adriancramp.com/aboutme.asp Copyright ©, 2002 Alun Waterhouse Please click on this link for my greatest results About Me Spireoaks Welcome to the SpireOaks Special Olympic Swimming Club Website ::: Menu : .: Home .: Latest News .: Club Members .: The Diary .: Coaching .: The Gallery .: Results .: Links .: Contact Us Guestbook : .: View our Guestbook .: Sign our Guestbook What you will find here... All the latest news about this club. Swimmer profiles Results A picture Gallery Interesting Links and much more..... History of Spireoaks In 1994 our chief coach went to the European Special Olympics in Glasgow as a supporter whilst watching the swimming event she realised that many of the people with Learning Disabilities that she worked with could benefit form taking part in such events. Upon return she founded Spireoaks Special Olympics Club & began to take part in competitions all over the Untied Kingdom & Europe. Several members

of the club have represented the National Team . The Club enjoy considerable success in competitions & most of its members represented The East Midlands region in the 2001 National Special Olympics in Cardiff . Team Members are coached by volunteers & family members whom attain a swimming qualification. Copyright ©, 2002 Alun Waterhouse 03/08/09 Advertisements Search Click here for a list of links to other Beehives around the UK This Is Derbyshire | Beehive Homepage | Copyright | Disclaimer | Terms and Conditions * You&Yesterday | * EBP Ltd | * Lasting Tribute | * UKPlus | * New Homes | * Mortgages | * Loans The Beehive Community Network is managed by Northcliffe Media Ltd, Registered in England, Company registration number: 00272225, VAT no: 243571174

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