Satellite of Macclesfield SC have a vacancy for a Head Coach
A huge thank you to all delegates who attended the ASA Club Conferences on 21/22 June and 5/6 July 2014. The events were held at four regional locations across the country and staged a unique platform for dynamic learning between both ASA staff and club delegates.
Sunderland Beacon programme have organised a CPD. read on for more details
The ASA would like to take this opportunity to recognise and thank the thousands of fantastic volunteers who are involved in aquatics across the country. Without your continued support, the landscape of aquatics would be a far cry from what we see today.
It is no secret that volunteers are the lifeblood of our aquatic clubs, whether it is the volunteer who enthusiastically manages the front desk, or the volunteer coach who tirelessly runs training sessions. No volunteer contribution should go unnoticed.
Why not take the opportunity to say thank you to the unsung heroes of our sport. Everyone can nominate and anyone can be nominated! Why not make someone’s day today.
Nominations will close on the 21 July 2014 at 12:00pm. Late nominations may not be accepted.
The ASA North West Region are pleased to announce the appointment of 2 new officers to help and support the clubs, local associations, county associations in delivering aquatics in the region.
The new officers commenced their roles on Monday 9th June 2014.
The new officers will work in partnership with Sarah Darragh, ASA Club Development Officer, to ensure that all aquatic sports are supported with regards to Workforce Development, Swim21, Funding applications.
Commonwealth Games Water Polo Gold Medalists Lauren Tasker and Rosie Huck took part in the Queen’s Baton Relay on Saturday at Congleton Leisure Centre
The re-launch of the Beacon Programme (Water Polo) Manchester Programme
The visionary goal of British Swimming’s Performance Pathway is to ensure all participating swimmers have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience within the sport, and those who aspire to achieve Olympic success are fully supported in doing so.
Supported by a host of big-name swimmers including fellow London 2012 medallists Ellie Simmonds, Michael Jamieson and Rebecca Adlington alongside comedian David Walliams.
SwimBritain is a series of fun team relays that are taking place this September which hopes to inspire 500,000 people across Britain to swim more regularly – and get fit!
There are two ways to take on the challenge; SwimBritain1000 is a four-person relay where each team member swims 250m four times around a specially-designed course in a dedicated 50m pool. SwimBritain 500 is a shorter distance where team members use the same course, swimming half the distance (125m four times).
Registrations are now open.