Results for the Midland age group championships are now available.
Members of Rykneld Swimming Club have raised in excess of £600 for the Marie Curie Cancer Care fund. Club competitors took part in the event which was dubbed the world’s biggest fundraising swim and saw almost 20,000 swimmers take part at over 580 pools across the nation.
Every year the ASA uses the Aquaforce Awards as a chance to thank those who dedicate vital hours, days and weeks to our sport. This year, could it be you or your club that are honoured?
In response to requests from clubs, the ASA and Swim Wales are launching a new, flexible, customised online system for membership applications and renewals.
A survey, undertaken by Mars Refuel, has revealed that more than a fifth of people feel that they don’t have enough money to start participating in sport, or to keep that involvement going*.
Following a visit to Stratford and surrounding areas in January 2011, the following information is designed to assist ITC’s and Clubs in selecting accommodation for the British Gas Long Course Championships & Olympic Trials from the 3 – 10 March 2012 in London.
We still have places left for this year’s Great North Swim. This fantastic event takes place in Lake Windermere against the stunning backdrop of the Lake District National Park.
Are you a social enterprise, swimming club, school, pool operator or community group? Would you like to receive a grant worth a minimum of £10,000 to help drive up aquatic activity? If so the Kellogg’s Swim Active grant programme is for you!
The Sport and Recreation Alliance is surveying sports clubs to assess their financial health (find out more about the Sport and Recreation Alliance).
Have a look at the video below. It certainly picked up the East Midland ASA staff this morning. Enjoy!