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ASA Swim Schools get competitive advantage

01 May 2014

ASA Swim Schools will benefit from the use of a new logo and access to customisable marketing resources, to give customers valuable peace of mind that their chosen swim school is recognised by the national governing body for swimming.

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Exclusive interview with World Record holder Steph Slater

23 April 2014

Steph’s focus on the British Para-Swimming International Championships over Easter paid off with a new World Record and Commonwealth qualifying time. However, four years ago she was preparing for the Delhi Commonwealth Games as an able-bodied swimmer.

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Mark Foster to run half term swimming camps

28 March 2014

One of Britain’s most successful swimmers of all time, six-time world champion Mark Foster, will be inspiring the next generation of swimmers in a number of one-day swim camps throughout the country this May half term.

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Applications open for young talented athletes to apply for GLL Sport Foundation funding

20 January 2014

Applications are open for talented young sports men and women across the UK to apply for funding for 2014 from the GLL Sport Foundation (GSF) – an independent athlete support scheme which works in partnership with the Amateur Swimming Association through national charity SportsAid to support the next generation of sporting talent.  Rising sport stars have until 20 February 2014 to apply for a share of the GSF funding pot of £1million.

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