The ASA and the RNLI are looking for volunteers and swimming teachers to deliver Swim Safe 2015 at a number of locations across the UK including Boscombe this summer.
This is the third successive year that Swim Safe has run across the UK’s beaches and lakes, with the 2013/14 programme seeing over 6,000 children take part and learn how to be safe in different water environments.
The programme offers free improver swimming sessions and beach and water safety advice for children aged 7-14. Most young people learn to swim in an indoor pool which is a safe and familiar environment.
Check out the Swim Safe volunteering video below:
Registration for exclusive access to tickets for the LEN European Aquatics Championships 2016 is now available following the launch of the event’s dedicated website.
Looking for a new challenge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Qualified to ASA Level 3 or higher and been coaching for 8 years or more?
This could be the perfect job for you
The qualifying window for the British Summer Swimming Championships and associated home nation summer competitions will open on Friday 13th March.
The Sport and Recreation Alliance are now accepting nominations for their annual awards, which recognise recreational organisations, bodies and clubs for the work they do in their communities – and there are cash prizes up for grabs!
Category award winners will receive a cheque for £1,000 while the overall winner will receive a prize of £2,500.
The ASA announces a brand new awards cermony: The ASA Aquatics Awards 2015.
The latest version of the British Swimming Disqualification Report, incorporating the recent changes to FINA Rules, is now available to download.
2015 Open Water Swimming Festival incorporating the ASA North West Region and ASA North East Region Championships, PSUK Championships; Cheshire County WPSA Championships and Lancashire County WPSA Championships will be held on Sunday 21st June at the Watersports Centre, Salford Quays.
Following the withdrawal of funding by UK Sport into Women’s Water Polo the ASA decided to commission a full review of Water Polo within England. The aim of the review was to look at all aspects of the game, from grass roots development, through the talent pathway to elite performance. The review covered the governance structure, development and talent programmes and the competition pathway.
The review was presented to the ASA Sport Governing Board and members of the water polo community on Sunday, 25th January 2015 and was well received by attendees.
At the FINA Congress in 2014 there were certain rules that were updated. Click the link below to access the updatred rules