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Recent Changes

  • 17 May 2016

  • We are proud to add our congratulations upon being selected for the GB Para-swimming team for the Paralympics in Rio to James Crisp (City of Sheffield) and Jonathan Booth (Borough of Kirklees).

  • 10 May 2016

  • Link to Open Masters Online Results

  • 07 May 2016

  • Leo Beatty Trophy Masters Leaderboard

  • 04 May 2016

  • Congratulations to Debbie Cocking (Rotherham Metro) setting New Long Course Senior Womens & Junior Girls 50 backstroke YSA records  at the North East Championships at Sunderland on 30th April

  • 02 May 2016

  • 2016 Open Masters Draft Programme to view only

  • 01 May 2015

  • March 2016 Board Minutes published

  • 26 Apl 2016

  • Our congratulations to the 5 Yorkshire swimmers who have been selected to compete at the European Junior Championships in Hodmezovasrhely, Hungary on 6-10 July. They are Elliot Clogg (City of Sheffield), Joe Litchfield (DARTES), Layla Black, Amelia Clynes and Ciara Schlosshan (all City of Leeds).


  • 23 Apl 2016

  • We are proud to add our congratulations to the THREE Yorkshire Swimmers selected to represent GB at the Rio Olympics. Eleanor Faulkner - City of Sheffield, Georgia Coates - City of Leeds and Max Litchfield - City of Sheffield are in the squad named by the British Olympic Association

  • 17 Apl 2016

  • Revised list of YSA Records published. Congratulations to Sophie Hobbah City of Leeds setting new Junior 200 Backstroke (2:15.02)

  • 14 Apl 2016

  • We offer our Congratulations to Max Litchfield (City of Sheffield) on claiming an Olympic Games place after his 400 Individual Medley victory in the British Championships in Glasgow. Almost needless to say it was a new YSA Record.

    Congrats also to Elliot Clogg (City of Sheffield) for setting a new Senior 100 Backstroke record yesterday (Wednesday


  • 12 Apl 2016

  • New date for YSA Open Masters

  • 7 Apl 2016

  • Speed Swimming Championships dates for 2017 confirmed.!

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