The final results form the 2016 competition is now available on the website
Swimmers who place first, second and third in an ASA, SASA or WASA Regional Open Water Championship, being a member of a club in that region, may enter the National Championships providing the distance swum at regionals is equivalent to that to be swum at the National Championships for that age group.
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The ASA North West Region have updated their course calendar for volunteer courses
Nominations have opened for the ASA Aquatics Awards 2016, the annual celebration of volunteers, athletes, Clubs, Swim Schools and facility operators.
The Awards will be held on Saturday, 26 November in the prestigious Great Hall at the University of Birmingham.
ASA Chief Executive, Adam Paker, said: “The ASA Aquatics Awards bring together people from across all areas of aquatics to celebrate the achievements of those unsung heroes who dedicate so much of their time to teaching, coaching, supporting and participating in our sport.
“We have an incredible range of people involved in swimming and our aquatics sports. This event plays an important role in highlighting all the great work that members of the aquatics community do every day to help the ASA achieve our vision of a nation swimming.”
Set in the University’s original late-Victorian red brick building, the Grand Hall will provide the perfect backdrop to the Awards, which includes a celebration lunch.
A unique and simple event which determines just one thing – who can swim the furthest in 30 minutes!
Open to all swimmers aged 18 – 108+ living in Great Britain. You can compete in your local pool as an individual or as part of a team with your friends, family or colleagues.
In December 2015 the Government published Sporting Future: A New Strategy for an Active Nation.
It sets a bold and ambitious direction for sport policy which has been widely welcomed. It looks beyond simple participation to how sport changes lives and becomes a force for social good.
At its heart are five outcomes: physicalwellbeing, mental wellbeing, individual development, social and community development, and economic development.
Putting this policy into practice to achieve these outcomes will mean significant change for Sport England and for our partners.
To access ASANWR Summer Championships Results
The Pelican Centre has worked hard over the past 4 years to ensure the continued delivery of aquatics in Tyldesley.
With the only pool in the town under threat of closure twice in a 10 year period, Tyldesley Swimming and Water Polo Club asked for assistance from The Rt Hon Andy Burnham MP and Trevor Barton MBE.
AquaZone is an interactive online magazine and community for 9-15 year old Category 2 ASA members at English clubs, whether they be swimmers, divers, synchro swimmers or water polo players. Packed with a great feed of news, interviews, features, reader letters and competitions, with a social community including timelines, a club hub, community chats, achievements and other great social stuff to help club members support each other, wherever they swim.
The monthly Fave Raves competition gives readers a chance to get their hands on £25 of Google Play or iTunes vouchers – and readers should keep an eye out for a chance to win an iPad in a competition coming soon!
The government’s new sport strategy has recognised the positive impact that physical activity has on an individual’s mental health and wellbeing, and pledges to get more older people active.
Sporting Future: A New Strategy for an Active Nation was released today following a three month public consultation period. Developed as a cross-governmental approach to improving the physical and mental wellbeing of the nation, the strategy aims to get everyone active, with a particular focus on older people.