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YORKSHIRE SWIMMING ASSOCIATION

YORKSHIRE SWIMMING ASSOCIATION

Recent Changes

  • 19/07/2017 We learn that the funeral of Past President Leo Strickland Beatty will take place at Lawnswood Crematorium, Otley Road, Leeds. LS16 6AH on Monday 31st July at 15.40

  • 17/07/2017 Congratulations to Ciara Schlosshan City of Leeds setting new YSA Records for 100 and 200 Butterfly in Israel

  • 13/07/2017 We regret to announce that we have been advised of the passing of Leo Beatty, of the Water Polo Referees Association and a past president of YSA 1993 and 2003-4. 03/07/2017 Speed Swimming Winter Competition Entry File available with Instructions and FAQ.

  • 28/06/2017 YSA Open Water results published

  • 26/06/2017 Board Meeting Minutes available - see whats being done on your behalf

  • 25/06/2017 Report of YSA Swimmers success at British Swimming Masters at Aberdeen.

  • 20/06/2017 Agenda and Application form published for YSA Coach Development Day - Sunday September 10th 2017 9.00 - 4.30 at Leeds Beckett University. Speakers scheduled include Jon Rudd, Tim Stevenson and and Mike Peyrebrune.

  • 08/06/2017 Coach vacancy at Wakefield

  • 27/05/2017 Congratulations to Rod Wardle (City of Leeds SC) on appointment as Swim England  Swimming Team Manager for the 2018 Commonwealth Games

  • 27/05/2017 Details of ASANER's Open Water Competition

  • 17/05/2017 Head Coach vacancy at DARTES

  • 23/04/2017 See REPORT of LOADS od Successes at British Nationals and New Records

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