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Freediver Nina McGowan backs plans for tidal swimming pool for Balbriggan

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Balbriggan woman Nina McGowan, who holds an Irish record in the fast-growing sport of freediving and will compete in the masters’ category in the world championships in Turkey next month, has lent her support to plans for a tidal swimming pool in her home town. Picture by Federico Buzzoni

Balbriggan woman Nina McGowan, who holds an Irish record in the fast-growing sport of freediving and will compete in the masters’ category in the world championships in Turkey next month, has lent her support to plans for a tidal swimming pool in her home town. Picture by Federico Buzzoni

Balbriggan woman Nina McGowan, who holds an Irish record in the fast-growing sport of freediving and will compete in the masters’ category in the world championships in Turkey next month, has lent her support to plans for a tidal swimming pool in her home town.

Balbriggan woman Nina McGowan, who holds an Irish record in the fast-growing sport of freediving and will compete in the masters’ category in the world championships in Turkey next month, has lent her support to plans for a tidal swimming pool in her home town.

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Balbriggan woman Nina McGowan, who holds an Irish record in the fast-growing sport of freediving and will compete in the masters’ category in the world championships in Turkey next month, has lent her support to plans for a tidal swimming pool in her home town. Picture by Federico Buzzoni

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A Balbriggan woman who holds an Irish record in the fast-growing sport of freediving, has backed plans for a tidal swimming pool in the town.

The Department of Rural and Community Development recently announced funding of €50,000 for a feasibility study for the facility.


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