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About Get Set 4 Swimming

 

Get Set 4 Success was founded in 2008 when Dr. Julie Bradshaw MBE combined all her skills to enable others to follow their dreams and expand upon their potential in Sport, Swimming, Education, Business and Therapy.  In July 2013, Get Set 4 Success became a Limited Company. Get Set 4 Swimming is part of Julie’s Company.

 

 

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SwimRun Workshop, Bosworth Water Park, Saturday 13th May

Get Set 4 SwimRun Camps and Workshops are held in order to improve your performance in a new yet ever-growing, popular sport which originated in Sweden. It is about combining your open water swimming and running together and ‘bringing’ your kit with you! It will be run by Dr. Julie Bradshaw MBE and Mike Alexander both experts in their field.


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Bosworth Open Water Swim Coaching

Bosworth Water Park are pleased to announce that Open Water Swim Coaching sessions will be taking place this season. Dr. Julie Bradshaw MBE, World Record Open Water and Channel swimmer will be offering coaching at the lake on Thursdays between 5.30 and 7.30 pm.


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Swim Times Article: Three Lakes Swim Cumbria

Ever thought about swimming the biggest three lakes in Cumbria? Recently Duane Newton did this in 2016 and brought back the happy memories when it was last swam in 1981. Dr. Julie Bradshaw MBE, who was given the name 'Lady of the Lakes' for all her swim record achievements in Cumbria in the 1980s still holds the record for the Three Lakes Swim (Ullswater, Windermere and Coniston)


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