Supporting the Developing Age Group Swimmer
Posted on 19 Jun 2015 at 09:52 by Bryony Gibbs
Please click here to see a copy of the presentation made by Lindsay Dunn on Supporting the Developing Age Group Swimmer.
South East Region Swimmers Head to Barcelona
Posted on 15 Jan 2015 at 11:03 by Bryony Gibbs (0 user comment)
Congratulations to the below Swimmers who, following their performance at the Winter Championships, were selected to compete for the South East Region Team at the Catalonian Championships in Barcelona.
Isobel Jones - City of Milton Keynes SC
Hannah Burvill – Woking SC
Angharad Eburne – Rushmoor Royals SC
Connie Dean – Maidenhead ASC
Alicia Wilson – Guildford City SC
Lucy Bean – Guildford City SC
Elizabeth Hopkins – Portsmouth Northsea SC
Elizabeth Oliver – City of Oxford SC
Lucy Smith – City of Oxford SC
Caitlin Wheatley – Abingdon Vale SC
Andrew Roy – Woking SC
Thomas Flaherty – City of Milton Keynes SC
Max Murphy – City of Milton Keynes
Thomas Thornley - Bicester Blue Fins SC
Fabian Whitbread – City of Oxford SC
Riaan Steyn – Guildford City SC
Oliver Jermy – Portsmouth Northsea SC
Cristian Rotundu – City of Southampton SC
James Corrigan – Portsmouth Northsea SC
Frederick Biggs – Guildford City SC
The team are heading to Barcelona today, best of luck to the whole team at the Championships.
Zonal Meet Entries
Posted on 13 Jan 2015 at 15:34 by Mike Lambert
The level of entries for the 2015 Zonal Meet is more than can be accomodated, even in a 10 lane pool.
All swimmers who achieved the Automatic Qualifying Time have been accepted. Some of the swimmers who achieved the Consideration time have also been accepted, but some have been rejected.
Please refer to the Meet Web Page to download a spreadsheet showing accepted and rejected entries.
Changes to Conditions for Meet Licensing
Posted on 13 Jan 2015 at 15:25 by Mike Lambert
The ASA has now published revised meet licensing regulation which complement the changes to the competition pathway. These come into effect on March 1st.
There are a number of significant changes which everyone who plans to license a meet at any level must be aware of. Significantly, there are no longer guidelines, they are mandatory regulations.
Areas that have changed include
- A mandatory 3 hour limit on the length of any session (unless there is a published break in the programme)
- Minimum number of officials
- Revised black out dates
- A requirement to offer a full programme (including 800m/1500m) in level 1 and 2 meets held at certain times of the year
If you have any questions, please direct them to the Region Licensing Panel firstname.lastname@example.org.
FINA Rules Update
Posted on 16 Dec 2014 at 10:06 by Bryony Gibbs
Please find below the changes to FINA Rules that were agreed at the recent Special Congress in Doha.
These changes will be implemented by British Swimming with effect from 1st January 2015.
Full Details of the 2015 Swimming Championships are now available
Posted on 19 Nov 2014 at 15:48 by Mike Lambert (0 user comment)
British Swimming and the ASA have introduced changes to the swimming competition programme.
The 2015 SER Swimming Championships conform fully to the recommendations. Conditions and Qualifying Times now available.
|23 Oct 2014 10:12||ASA South East Region - Barcelona Jan 2015||More...|
|10 Oct 2014 16:40||Young Volunteers Programme||More...|
|08 Sep 2014 17:07||Swimming Championships 2015||More...|
|04 Sep 2014 15:46||South Zonal Championships 2015||More...|
|31 Jul 2014 13:22||ASA South East Region Team Managers||More...|
|16 May 2014 17:12||New British Competition Structure - British Swimming Need Your Views||More...|
|23 Apr 2014 19:52||ASA South East Region Youth Championships||More...|
|15 Apr 2014 09:55||ASA South East Region Coach Development Workshops||More...|
|12 Apr 2014 16:54||Swimming Championships - IT Team||More...|
|25 Mar 2014 18:01||Hampshire Swimming Strategy Report||More...|
In line with the recommendations of the ASA, the South East Region will adopt a dual approach in support of disability swimming.
- Disabled swimmers will be encouraged to swim alongside able-bodied swimmers in “mainstream” competitions; multi-disability events will be included in Regional championships.
- Specialised disability events will be used to encourage the growth of disability swimming.
The South East Region’s responsibility for competition will extend to ensuring that all swimmers have the opportunity to compete at their own level, through the provision of appropriate licensed meets.
Where there is a need, the Region will support meets that are not financially viable.
|Barcelona Team Manager Report|
|FINA Rules Update - Dec 2014|
|British Swimming Competition Pathway March 2015|
|VAT on the Hire of Swimming Pools|
|Athlete Funding Exceptional Circumstance 2015/16|
|Supporting the Developing Age Group Swimmer|
Distance Meet Support Scheme 2014/15
In order to encourage clubs to run Distance Meets and reduce some of the financial burden, the ASA South East Region has made some funding available towards the cost of pool hire.
Details and application form from downloads above.