The Save a Life Campaign including the involvement of L.I.V.E.S ( Lincolnshire Integrated Voluntary Emergency Service)

BBC Radio Lincolnshire’s Save a Life Campaign came to Louth recently through the support of Louth Swimming Club.

The Save a Life Campaign is an initiative supported by LIVES (Lincolnshire Integrated Voluntary Emergency Service), St John’s Ambulance and BBC Radio Lincolnshire after one of their newsreaders collapsed while out running. On learning about this initiative Lisa Roscoe, a parent of two swimmers with the Club, thought this would be an excellent opportunity for swimmers to receive compression only CPR (cardiopulmonary respiratory) training.

Masters 2017 - Results

Louth Swimming Club’s second annual biathlon

Swimmers from Louth Swimming Club proved they are not only swim fit but run fit as well, on Sunday 30 July. Sixty four swimmers took part in the Club’s second annual biathlon. The biathlon, which this year was kindly sponsored by Gas Solve limited, saw swimmers, from all of the Club’s squads including a member of the Masters Squad, Helena Heya, competing in a 400 meter swim at Meridian Leisure Centre before putting on their running shoes and running 4 laps (1mile) of Wood Lane field.


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