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Welcome to Grassroots Disability Swimming

Welcome to grassroots disability swimming. If you are looking to get into the sport or you are a club wanting guidance on including people with disabilities then read on.

Paralympian household names such as Ellie Simmonds and Sascha Kindred all started in grassroots sport.

It is the foundation from which British athletes grow.

In England grassroots sport is run by the ASA:

  • If you want to know more about getting yourself or your kids involved in disability swimming in England check out the ASA's Go Swimming section here.         
  • If you want to know how to enter mainstream or disability specific competitions click here.
  • If you are a club then you can find a range of information to help you become more inclusive and support disability swimmers here.
  • If you are already a competent swimmer and are able to swim 15m or more then click here and fill out our Swimmer ID Tracker form to become more involved with disability swimming.

Visit the Scottish and Welsh websites for more information on Scotland and Wales.

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