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    I'm 16 & still don't know how to...
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    Twenty and still don't know how to.
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    About 7?
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    I got my 25m certificate when I was 8 :smug:
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    (Original post by acupofgreentea)
    Twenty and still don't know how to.

    :ditto:
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    18 and I know how to drown very well. :yes:
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    Around 7 but forgot and re-learnt at 11.
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    I was 2 when I first went to a swimming lesson... I wanted to swim in the olympics so it's not that weird
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    (Original post by In2u)
    I'm 16 & still don't know how to...
    about 7...we were forced to by our school as we had a built in swimming pool
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    11 years old,would go swimming with my dad on weekends
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    (Original post by Blondie987)
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    yeah something like this.

    I really don't remember not being able to swim, but I do remember swimming at a pretty young age.
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    I was 4, except I'm still not great. My friend learnt in her 20s so if you want to learn it's doable.
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    3 to 4 years old. Throughout my childhood we spent the summer months at my parents' beach-house so learning to swim was pretty much a necessity. I have very fond memories of those summers.
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    I learnt how to swim properly when I was 10 thanks to my dad pushing me to take up his life-long hobby and the compulsory swimming lessons we had in primary school. I haven't stepped into a pool in a decade since then so I don't know if I can still swim or not.
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