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The ASA T-30 Challenge returns for 2011

23rd November 2011

The ASA T-30 Challenge is an event where Masters swimmers see how far they can swim in 30 minutes with medals awarded to the individuals and teams placed first, second and third in each age group.

All adult swimmers from Great Britain are welcome to take part in the T-30 Challenge - you don't have to be a registered ASA member.

T-30 swims must be recorded in a pool that is 25 yards or longer between 1 November 2011 and 31st January 2012.

Performances must be verified by a responsible person such as a swimming club officer or a member of a sports centre staff.

A lap chart forms part of the Entry Pack and will help recorders keep an accurate record of the distance swum.

The entry fee for the individual events is £5.00 and the entry fee for teams is £10.00.

Sound like your kind of challenge? Download the entry pack for further information.

The closing date for entries to be received by the ASA National Events Office is Tuesday 7th February 2012.

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