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YORKSHIRE SWIMMING ASSOCIATION

YORKSHIRE SWIMMING ASSOCIATION

Recent Changes

  • 29/08/2016 Closing date for ASANER Masters at the Hydro extended to 10 September

  • 17/08/2016 Congratulations to Jack Laugher on achievng Silver in the  the men's individual 3m springboard

  • 13/8/2016 Leo Beatty Masters Points published

  • 11/08/2016 Congratulations to Jack Laugher and Chris Mears (City of Leeds Diving) who won Great Britain's first Olympic diving gold medal at Rio.

  • 9/8/2016 FAQs published for Winter Competition

  • 7/8/2016 Please Join us in congratulating Max Litchfield, City of Sheffield, setting a new Senior Long Course record at the Olympics.  Well done to Max in his first Olympics

  • 2/8/2016 Head Coach vacancy at Team Jorvik

  • 1/8/2016 Announcing three new Yorkshire Long Course Records from the British Summer Championships at Ponds Forge. Junior Girls 200 Backstroke. 2:14.78 Sophie Hobbah (City of Leeds). Senior Mens 200 Backstroke. 2.00.41 Elliot Clogg (City of Sheffield) and breaking james Hickman's record from 2002, Senior Mens 50 Butterfly. 24.70 Cameron Brooks-Clarke (City of Sheffield)

  • 30/7/2016 YSA Swimmers at ASA OW Masters

  • 27/7/2016 Version 2 Winter Competition Download file available.

  • 24/7/2016 Revised details of Coach Conference including details of BACS payments

  • 22/7/2016 Winter Competition Coach Pass form available

  • 17/7/2016 Entry details now available of ASANER Paraswimming event at Harrogate Hydro

  • 17/07/2016 Join us in congratulating Max Litchfield upon becoming the BUCS Sportsman of the Year.

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  • (Photo from Sheffield Hallam University)

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