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The extraordinary life of an aquatic stuntman

30 April 2015

Award-winning inventor and former swimming champ and stunt diver Trevor Baylis talks about his extraordinary life, his extraordinary island home and his fondest swimming memories, all in May’s Swimming Times.

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Water polo community remembers Ron Winn

27 April 2015

Lancaster City and the wider water polo community are mourning the loss of one of the sport’s true greats – John “Ron” Winn, who passed away suddenly on 23 April, aged 68.

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Is swimming the best form of exercise?

23 April 2015

TV’s Dr Hilary Jones presents research that people who swim regularly live longer than those who run or cycle on a regular basis - read his interview in Swimming Times. 

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ASA Survey for Non-Aquatic Volunteers 2015

20 March 2015

Through the ASA Volunteer Engagement Survey for non-Aquatic Volunteers, the ASA is looking to develop a greater understanding of the reasons why members of the community choose not to participate as a volunteer within aquatics.

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Data Protection: Subject Access Requests

12 March 2015

One of the main rights the Data Protection Act gives to individuals is the right of access to their personal information.  An individual can send you a ‘subject access request’ (SAR) requiring you to outline all of the personal details you hold about them and provide them with a copy of the information.

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