Names such as Jamie Murray and Madeline Groves joined up with students to train and prepare for upcoming tournaments.
Global swimmers such as Minna Atherton, Gordon Reid and Zac Incerti; worked with Stirling University ahead of the International Swimming League fixtures.
London Roar head coach Steven Tigg arranged for the Australian athletes to help out with upcoming ISL games.
The London Roar team, which features Stirling scholars such as Duncan Scott, completed a third-place finish after the competition in Naples.
After the league’s finish, London Roar coach Steven Tigg said:
“It is mission accomplished. We certainly didn’t want to stay for an extra week.
We wanted to utilise the squad of athletes that we had at our disposal, to be fair it is a really strong and experienced squad of athletes who have a few ISLs under their belt.
Some new faces also came into the team and they did a great job. That really cemented our place in the play off, but we got it done and we are really looking forward to Eindhoven.”Steven Tiggs
Jamie Murray and Kyle Chalmers also stepped onto the Stirling tennis courts to put the scholars through their paces.
The University players enjoyed their session with one of the leading double players in the UK.
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