‘Little olympics’ success for city’s young swimmers

Undated handout photo issued by West Yorkshire Police of Robert Wilson, 44, of West Park, Leeds who was seriously injured in an assault outside a pub following England's first World Cup match and died in hospital. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday June 23, 2010. The attack happened outside The Skyrack public house, in St Michael's Road, Headingley, and detectives have released images of potential witnesses they urgently want to trace from CCTV cameras in the area. See PA story POLICE Pub. Photo credit should read: West Yorkshire Police/PA Wire
Undated handout photo issued by West Yorkshire Police of Robert Wilson, 44, of West Park, Leeds who was seriously injured in an assault outside a pub following England's first World Cup match and died in hospital. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday June 23, 2010. The attack happened outside The Skyrack public house, in St Michael's Road, Headingley, and detectives have released images of potential witnesses they urgently want to trace from CCTV cameras in the area. See PA story POLICE Pub. Photo credit should read: West Yorkshire Police/PA Wire
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FOR a group of young Sheffield swimmers, the Olympics have come and gone.

More than 200 children aged between five and 10 competed in the city’s ‘Little Olympics’ at Ponds Forge, representing centres run by Sheffield International Venues, Esporta, Virgin Active, Heeley and Stocksbridge. The competition sees youngsters in Sheffield’s Learn to Swim scheme in a competitive environment while building their water confidence. Danielle Oldham, of Activity Sheffield, which organised the event, said: “It is great to see them putting their skills into practice and showcase what they have been taught during their time in swimming lessons.”