MAXWELL SC LAUNCHES TRAINING SUPPORT PROGRAMME
Posted on 25 Jul 2011 at 15:03 by Joan Massie (0 user comment)
Maxwell Swim Club has recently established a “Training Support Programme” to provide support services to its members.
The club has enlisted the help of three professional’s in the area of Physiotherapy and Medicine - Sue Eddy; who is a practising Advanced Physiotherapist, Dr Craig White, a Sports Physician, who has had vast amounts of experience at the highest level as a Doctor in competitive sports internationally and as a general practitioner locally; and Faye Chappell, a physiotherapist who specialises in Paediatric Physiotherapy.
ASA South East Regional Newsletter February 2009
Posted on 06 Feb 2009 at 16:45 by Joan Massie
The ASA South East Regional Newsletter is now available to download
Isle of Wight Pupils Take Part in Vital Life Saving Scheme
Posted on 07 Jul 2008 at 20:42 by Chris Lambert
Pupils from across the Isle of Wight will join former Olympic swimmer Sarah Price to take part in the vital life-saving scheme Get Safe 4 Summer at their local pool this week.
Government Cash Injection for Free Swimming Welcomed
Posted on 06 Jun 2008 at 07:00 by Joan Massie
The asa has welcomed the government's announcement today, Friday 6th June 2008, of a massive cash injection into swimming.
New Lifeguard to Aid Everyday Swim Events in Woking
Posted on 21 Mar 2008 at 11:51 by Chris Lambert
A new female lifeguard, Shammim Hussain MAAT, will be watching the water at Woking's Pool in the Park, following her completion of the National Pool Lifeguard Qualification and her subsequent successful employment with Woking Borough Council.
Surf's Up at Woking's Pool in the Park
Posted on 20 Feb 2008 at 13:50 by Chris Lambert
Woking residents will be able to grab a board and ride the waves at Woking’s Pool in the Park on Sunday (24 February) when the venue hosts the UK’s first indoor surfing lessons through the ASA’s Everyday Swim project.
- James Barter (Everyday Swim Coordinator)