Swim England reveals dates for season ending Artistic Swimming eventsJanuary 4, 2023
The dates for Swim England’s competitive Artistic Swimming events for the rest of the season have been confirmed.
Four national events have been scheduled at various venues across the country.
The sport will host the national governing bodies first national event of the year at the end of March with the Swim England Artistic Swimming National Age Group Championships.
The competition will take place at the GL1, Gloucester on the 25-26 March where the iconic Mrs Y M Price trophy will be up for grabs.
In 2022, Reading Royals were crowned champions for the sixth time after their team was awarded the highest combined figure and free routine score in the 13/14 years age group.
Last year’s Richard Whitehead trophy was awarded to City of Bristol at the event after they finished on top in the 12 and under free team competition.
The artistic swimming action continues with the Swim England Artistic Swimming National Championships in April.
Nottingham’s Harvey Hadden will host the competition from 22-23 April where Reading Royals will look to retain the ‘Redwood Trophy’.
Ponds Forge, Sheffield will host both the Swim England Artistic Swimming Combo Cup and National Masters Championships in July.
The two events will take place on consecutive days on the weekend of the 8-9 July with the Combo Cup on July 8 and the Masters Championships on July 9.
Swim England Artistic Swimming National Age Group Championships, GL1, Gloucester, 25-26 March
Swim England Artistic Swimming National Junior and Senior Championships, Harvey Hadden, Nottingham, 22-23 April
Swim England Artistic Swimming Combo Cup, Ponds Forge, Sheffield, 8 July
Swim England Artistic Swimming National Masters Championships, Ponds Forge, Sheffield, 9 July