Hall Of Fame

Grantham Swimming Club are honoured to have some truly talented swimmers who achieved some fantastic results during their swimming careers. Here is our club's hall of fame. All times were achieved in a 50 metre pool.

Hayley Milne (16)

2015

swam in ASA Championships Multi-Disability in events 50 fly, 200 IM and 100 fly where she finished 6th. Hayley was part of the National Team representing England in CPISRA World Games in Nottingham winning 4 golds

William Hawkes (14)

2015

swam in British Summer Championships coming third in 100 breastroke (1.09.13) and 200 breastroke (2.31.35), coming 4th in 50 breastroke (31.84) and 10th in 200 free (2.03.01). William also swam in ASA Championships coming first in 400 IM (4.53.62) and second in 400 free (4.22.70).

Hayley Milne (15)

2014

swam in the Welsh Summer Nationals Multi-Disability instead of attending the ASA Youth Nationals, finishing 4th in the final of 100 free with a time of 1:28.27 and winning a silver medal in 100 breastroke with a time of 1:55.52.

Leah Roughan (14)

2014

swam in ASA Age Group Nationals, she achieved a time of 2:33.37 in 200 breastroke, winning a silver medal. In the 100 breastroke Leah achieved a time of 1:13.40 finishing 5th in a final. In 200 IM Leah achieved time of 2:29.73. Leah also made a final during British Gas International Swim Meet finishing fifth with a time of 2.33.2

Hayley Milne (14)

2013

swam in Youth Nationals Multi-Disability, she achieved a time of 42.56 in 50 freestyle, in 100 breastroke she achieved a time of 2:00.79 finishing 10th in the final, and in 100 freestyle she achieved a time of 1:42.16. Hayley was the first swimmer in the club’s history to break a British disability record in 200 breastroke

Leah Roughan (13)

2013

swam in ASA Age Group Nationals, she achieved a time of 2:34.34 in 200 breastroke, winning a silver medal and becoming the first National medalist in the club’s history. In the 100 breastroke Leah achieved a time of 1:12.47 winning another silver medal, and in 400 IM a time of 5:16.47

Simon Howitt (21)

1999

swam in the Great Britain Nationals, he was ranked 7th in 50m breaststroke with time of 29.69, he was the first Grantham swimmer for 20 years to qualify for the finals of a national championship. He also swam 50 backstroke in time of 29.49