Hughes claims National Open Water crown
NATHAN Hughes of Hatfield was crowned the 3km 15/under National Open Water Champion at Rother Valley Country Park in Sheffield.
British Summer Championships Round-up from Sheffield
CITY of Peterborough claimed a hat-trick of 400m freestyle medals on the final night of the 2015 British Summer Championships at Sheffield.
British Summer Championships: Results and Live Stream
CLICK HERE for results and live stream from the 2015 Summer Nationals at Ponds Forge, Sheffield
England Swimming Programmes 2015-2016
England Swimming Programmes have now published information about their 2015/2016 Development Programme for Athletes and Coaches including booklets and application forms to attend workshops. Please see below for the documents.
Development Coach Programme Flyer 2015
Development Coach Programme Application Form 2015
Performance Coach Programme Flyer 2015
Performance Coach Programme Application Form 2015
2015-2016 ASA Coach Development Booklet
2015-2016 ASA Talent Development Camps Booklet
Any queries should be forwarded to:
ASA Aquatics Awards
Nominations for the ASA National Aquatics Awards close on Wednesday 5th August 2015. Please see the link below to access the nomination form and to view the Nomination Categories and criteria. The celebration will for the first time recognise participants across the entire ASA pathway from youngsters learning to swim through to our elite athletes on the international stage, and all those whose continued dedication ensures the smooth running of the sport.
Walker-Hebborn confident ahead of his fourth World Championship
BURY St Edmunds star Chris Walker-Hebborn is preparing for his fourth World Championship in Kazan next month – and he is adamant he has never been in a better position to enjoy success. CLICK HERE for full story
Seventh spot for Caleb on World Championships debut
CALEB Hughes marked his World Championship debut with a standout performance in the 5km Open Water race in Kazan. The 19-year-old from Hatfield finished seventh, leading the field for much of the race before narrowly missing out on the medals in the sprint for the finish and crossing just 4.3 seconds behind South Africa’s winner Chad Ho. CLICK HERE for full story
Surprise backstroke gold for Applegate
JESSICA-JANE Applegate won gold on the final day of the Glasgow 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships at Tollcross. After silvers in the S14 200m Freestyle and SM14 200m Individual Medley, the Paralympic champion from Great Yarmouth collected her first gold of the meet with a surprise victory in the S14 100m Backstroke.
Open Water Results
The results of the Open Water Championship have now been published in the Open Water section of the website and can also be accessed here.