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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Roy Copley passes

It is very sad that we are passing on the news that Roy Copley passed away last Saturday.

Roy was a legend in Nottinghamshire Water Polo both as a player and as a referee.

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Thursday, August 30, 2018

National Inter-County Team 2018

Please find below a list of swimmers that have been selected to represent Nottinghamshire in the National Inter-Counties Swim Team for 2018.

The Inter-Counties is a National event where all 40 counties under Swim England come together to compete against each other to claim the title of the County Team of the year. The event is due to take place at Ponds Forge on Sunday 7th October 2018.

If you are on the list below please click here to download the official invitation letter and please follow the instructions within the letter to respond back and let us know as soon as possible.

Selected Swimmers (Alphabetical by Surname):

Dominic Bools, Finley Bunhejee, Jacob Carrington, Freya Colbert, Liam Dawson, Hollie-Mae Dove, Kelsey Edwards, Emma Erskine, Rebecca Flisher, Jody Gillott, Lucy Gratton, William Halstead, Cole Hewitt, Isabella Hobson-Corbett, Mia Hunt, Thomas Johnstone, Jimi Knowles, Jessica Li, Luke Margetson, Heidi Marriott, Amy Mead, Kate Morris, Owen Ottaway, Ziyenne Shanker, Elliott Sibley, Josh Skinner, Natasha Utley, Ryan Wilcox.

Also In: NOVA, Swimming

Monday, July 30, 2018

Festive Frenzy 2018

The annual Notts ASA Festive Frenzy Open Meet is now open for entries.

Full information can be found on our County Competition page here.

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Sunday, June 3, 2018

East Midlands Inter County Challenge Cup

Nottinghamshire ASA today hosted the annual East Midlands Inter-County Masters Challenge Cup at Hucknall Leisure Centre, Nottingham.

The Challenge Cup is an Inter-Team Competitions for Masters Swimmers in the East Midlands representing their respective counties. As Nottinghamshire were the hosts, we were allowed to put in two teams, (Notts A and Notts B) against the other counties in the East Midlands, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, and Northamptonshire.

Unfortunately, Lincolnshire could not put a team out so withdrew from this year’s competition. However, a great competition was still heald with help from Nottinghamshire Volunteers, the Everyone Active Staff at Hucknall Leisure Centre and Officials from across the region, not to mention the team managers and of course the swimmers themselves.

Nottinghamshire swimmers triumphed finishing 1st and 4th overall!

The final points totals are:

1st Nottinghamshire A 313
2nd Derbyshire 244
3rd Leicestershire 240
4th Nottinghamshire B 210
5th Northamptonshire 173

Full results can be found on the east midlands competition website here.

Also In: Masters, Swimming

Friday, June 1, 2018


Due to the high demand for entries for the 2018 Notts ASA Summer Gala we are now full and are closing entries early.

Also In: Swimming

Saturday, May 26, 2018

UoN – Swimming Performance Coach

University of Nottingham Swimming Club is seeking a coach to lead and deliver a performance programme for the 2018/19 season.

Applications close soon. For more information please click here.

Also In: Masters, Swimming

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Notts ASA Summer Gala

The Notts ASA Summer Gala is filling fast!

There are not many spaces left now as we are limited on the license by swimming time on the day we are in a position where we will soon be limiting entries.

Also In: Swimming

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Stage 3 – Round 3 – Lammas MOVED

Please be aware that the scheduled Stage 3 final round at Lammas this Saturday has had to be moved to Hucknall LC due to ongoing issues with the starting blocks.

The Gala will take place at Hucknall LC with a 6:00pm warm up and 6:30pm start. Please ensure you let your teams know.

Also In: Swimming

Friday, March 23, 2018

Ollie pulls out of Commonwealth Team

Paralympic swimming gold medallists Ollie Hynd and Jonathan Fox have withdrawn from Team England’s Commonwealth Games squad.

The duo have been subject to a recent reclassification as part of new IPC rules that require all para-swimmers to undergo international classification before the Tokyo Paralympics in 2020.

As a result, there is no event for Fox to participate in at the Commonwealth Games, while the decision has led to Hynd focusing on this summer’s European Championships and the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo.

Nova Centurion’s Hynd, 23, who won gold medals in the S8 400m freestyle and SM8 200m individual medley at the 2016 Paralympics in Rio, said: “My recent re-classification in my main swimming events from S8 to S9 has come as huge shock to me, having not previously been near to an S9 classification in all my years of competing.

“This very difficult news has taken an unbelievable toll on my training and mindset for the Commonwealth Games. With this in mind, I have reluctantly withdrawn from the competition and will not fly out to Australia.

“I would like to wish Team England and the rest of the Commonwealth Countries participating at the Gold Coast, all the very best of luck.”

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