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T-30 Challenge

The ASA T-30 challenge is a unique and simple event which determines just one thing – who can swim the furthest in 30 minutes!

You don’t have to be a member of the ASA to enter the T-30 Challenge. It’s open to everyone living in Great Britain between 18 and 108 years old.

You can compete in your local pool as an individual or as part of a team with your club mates, friends, family or colleagues.

You could become a national champion for 2016 or compare your achievement against other swimmers in your age group

Whether you’re trying to beat your own PB, be the best in your county or even the country, it’s the perfect event for setting yourself a quick-swim challenge.

Entries for the 2016 T-30 Challenge opened on Friday 29 April and close at midnight on 31 December 2016. Everything you need to enter will be found below.

T-30 Challenge 2016 Entry Documents

  1. Entry Pack – the entry pack contains full entry information. Please download and read this if you are interested in entering the T-30 Challenge 2016.
  2. Track Your Swims – keep a record of all your T-30 swims in 2016 with our tracker document. Print as many sheets as you need to track these swims then compare swims to determine if you have achieved a personal best distance.
  3. My Best Swim – keep a record of your personal best swim of 2016. Keep this document alongside your Track Your Swim document and fill it in when you have set a PB.
  4. Lap Counter – your entry performance must be verified by a responsible person. This document will help recorders keep an accurate record of the distance swum.

Enter the T-30 Challenge 2016

Click on one of the links below to be taken to the entry form for either the individual or team entry for the T-30 Challenge 2016.

T-30 Challenge Past Results

Give yourself an idea of how far other people have swum during the T-30 Challenge in your age group by taking a look at these results from previous years.

T30 Results Archive