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England Talent and World Class set to integrate

2nd April 2012

The ASA Board has agreed to join up England Talent and the World Class programme to ensure that the ASA Whole Sport Plan (WSP) - the ASA strategy outlining priorities, key projects and budget for 2013-2017 - will be aligned with British Swimming Project Rio, the strategic performance pathway for success at Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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New Chair for British Swimming at end of 2012

7th February 2012

British Swimming will seek a new Chairman of the board when Alistair Gray completes his four-year term of office at the end of 2012 - a year where he believes a further landmark in the history of the sport will be achieved at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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GLL set to run the Aquatics Centre

9th January 2012

Today marks the 200 days to go until the Olympic Games begin in London and it also marks the day that Grennwich Leisure limited (GLL) have been named as the facility operator of the London Aquatics Centre when it moves into its legacy mode.

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