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Throughout the year, the Club competes in a number of carefully selected and segmented championships in and out of the country

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Dolphins Junior Championships 2017

Dolphins Swim Club Kampala is organising a swimming junior championships on 1st and 2nd April 2017 to be held at GEMS Cambridge International School, Butabika. The meet is expected to attract a diverse range of swimmers from the various local swimming clubs, and some from Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda.

The meet will combine fun and competition for young swimmers (12 years and under) and will bridge a critical gap in Ugandan swimming, providing an important platform for young athletes’ development in competitive swimming. Our principal aim is to give a chance to the next generation of swimming stars to shine.

The event will be the first of its kind in Uganda and will showcase the best male and female young athletes in each age group, the climax of which will be awards ceremonies with medals and merit certificates for the young swimmers.

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Dolphins Swim Club Kampala hosted an all-ages meet, The Dolphins Fast & Furious 2016 Meet, at the GEMS Cambridge International School – Kampala swimming pool in Butabika on Saturday, 24th September
2016.

The Dolphins Fast & Furious 2016 Meet, with no qualifying times, featured a number of fun events – all sprints – and prizes to be won. It offered swimmers of different age groups the opportunity to do sprints in events they do not usually swim at regular meets.

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Dolphins Swim Club Kampala is an elite guild of young, competitive swimmers with a strong drive for performance, growth and international achievement. We build and nurture talent and passion for the sport right from childhood in a professional, yet family-friendly environment.

Started by the swimming fraternity in 2006, the Club has grown to train champions, set records, represent Uganda on the world stage, and become one of the leading swimming clubs in East Africa, with a thriving affiliation to the Uganda Swimming Federation (USF).

At the heart of this success is the Club’s undeterred commitment and insatiable desire to give every child a chance to achieve their full potential physically, emotionally and intellectually.