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Recent Changes

  • 4/03/2018 Please join us in congratulating Cameron Brooks-Clarke (City of Sheffield) on setting a new YSA Men's Senior Long Course 50. Butterfly record at the British Championships in Edinburgh - new time of 24.47 to break his own record. Please also join us in congratulating another Record Breaker from Edinburgh - Jay Lelliott (City of Sheffield) in a new time of 7:57.31 for the Senior Men's 800 Freestyle.And another one.....Oliver Crosby (City of Sheffield) set a new YSA Men's Senior 50 Breaststroke record of 28.67 also at the British Championships in Edinburgh. This broke the longest standing Men's Long Course Record at 28.75 set by Adrian Moorhouse in Luxembourg in 1988.


  • 25/02/2018 2018 Masters Open - check out received entries.

  • 14/02/2018 Delighted to announce new Masters Committee Secretary Kyran Parker.

  • 13/02/2018 AGM and January Board Meeting Minutes published.

  • 12/02/2018 Swimming Champs Results

  • 23/01/2018 2018 Swimming Champs Short course.

  • 20/01/2018 YSA AGM held at Becketts Park Leeds - new Committee and President elected.

  • 05/01/2018 congratulations to Joe Litchfield and Rosie Rudin, both City of Sheffield, selected for the Swim England Commonwealth Games team.

  • 04/01/2018 Details of YSA Open Masters published.

  • 01/01/2018 Best wishes for a successful 2018 to all YSA Swimmers, Clubs, Coaches and Volunteers

  • 18/12/2017

  • Two new Womens Senior Long Course records for Ellie Faulkner (City of Sheffield) 200 & 400 metres Freestyle both breaking her own records.

  • 1/12/2017 Revised Speed Swimming 2018 Championships Conditions

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