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Henry secures gold in Sheffield

19th July 2012

Paralympian Rhiannon Henry powered home to win the MC 200m Individual Medley on day three of the British Gas ASA MC National Championships at Ponds Forge.

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Seeking the swimming habits of the disabled

The ASA would like to learn more about the swimming habits of disabled individuals. Why not help us understand the motivations, barriers and preferences to swimming participation, so that we can help to provide a better service in the future.

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Help to encourage deaf children to swim

18 June 2012

A new resource is available for swimming teachers, coaches and parents to help teach deaf children to swim. ‘Deaf friendly swimming’ has been launched by The National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) in partnership with the ASA.

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