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Innovative new partnership to help fund community swimming groups

23 January 2013

A brand new partnership has been set up to provide a grant scheme with a focus on community participation in swimming over the next four years. The agreement brings together the knowledge and experience of the Swimming Trust and the ASA, the National Governing Body for Swimming, to manage the funding of community swimming programmes for the Swimathon Foundation.

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Request for parent views on learn to swim

19 November 2012

The ASA is trying to get a better understanding of the needs and motivations of parents and carers who have children learning to swim. We want to improve our service and the way we work with learn to swim operators and ensure we fully support swimmers on the start of their swimmer journey.

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Swimming Times Olympic Special in shops now

04 Sep 12

The latest issue of Swimming Times is a 160-page bumper edition taking you on a day-by-day journey through all the aquatic events of London 2012 as well as featuring the regular Honesty Box, Extreme Reading, Opinion and Health articles.

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Gary Lineker Condones Diving

23 April 2012

In 466 professional appearances, not a single yellow or red card was brandished at England striker turned TV presenter Gary Lineker. But a recent trip to a Sport Relief-funded project in Bangladesh has changed his mind about the virtue of staying on your feet whilst competing.

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