T-30 Swimming Challenge

The T-30 Logo. Take the T-30 challenge. How far can you swim in 30 minutes.

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

You could become a National Champion for 2014 or compare your achievement against others of your age. 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.

You don’t have to be a member of the ASA to enter the T-30 Challenge – it’s open to all adult swimmers living in Great Britain from 18-108 years. You can compete in your local pool as an individual or as part of a team with your friends, family or colleagues.

How to enter and deadlines

T-30 Challenge entries can be submitted from a swim in any pool that is 25 metres/yards or longer.

  • Individual Entries: Register and log your distance here by 5pm, 5 February 2015
  • Team Entries: Register and log your distances here by 5pm, 12 February 2015
Click here to download the event conditions for the T-30 Challenge as a PDF.

Previous 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 the past three years.

Event and Year Results
T-30 Challenge Results 2013 Individual / Team
T-30 Challenge Results 2012 Individual / Team
T-30 Challenge Results 2011 Full results
T-30 Challenge Results 2010 Full results
T-30 Challenge Results 2009 Full results

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