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ASA advice for unprogrammed open water swimming18th July 2013ASA guidelines outlining the Dos and Don’ts of Open Water swimming.Swimming in an open water environment can be an invigorating experience and is enjoyed by experienced open water swimmers throughout England. However there are many precautions that should be taken into consideration because swimming in most open water areas is hazardous with a serious risk of injury or drowning. The ASA have developed guidelines to outline the Dos and Don’ts of Open Water swimming.