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Successful ASA Swimming Conference enjoyed by clubs and volunteers

18 October 2012

The ASA Swimming Conference 2012 took place on Saturday with hundreds of ASA affiliated swimming clubs and volunteers attending Crowne Plaza Hotel in Nottingham to share and interact with ASA staff about future developments, strategies and upcoming projects in the swimming world.

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Enter the ASA National Masters Champs now

7th September 2012

The 2012 British Gas ASA National Masters and Senior Age Group Championships (25M) are fast approaching, with a nation of Masters swimmers coming together to compete from 26th - 28th October at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre, Sheffield.

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Book now for The ASA Swimming Conference 2012

8 August 2012

Bookings are now open for The ASA Swimming Conference 2012, the essential conference for anyone involved in the smooth running of clubs including volunteers, administrators and officials. Join us at the Crowne Plaza, Nottingham on Saturday 13 October at this all day, FREE event to see how you can be part of the ASA strategy 2013-17.

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The role of swimming clubs is changing

With complex changes to pools operations, different types of people wanting to take part and more opportunities and aquatic activities available to the public, swimming clubs can either see these changes as a great opportunity to re-invent or as a threat which may challenge their very existence.

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