Swimming

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Welcome to the home of SASA in the East District. Here you will find all the information you could need on Swimming, Diving, Water Polo, Open Water, Synchro and Masters.

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Open Water

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Open water swimming takes place in outdoor bodies of water such as oceans, bays, lakes, rivers, canals and reservoirs. The activity has grown in popularity in recent years.

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Masters

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Masters swimming is a special class of competitive swimming and is for swimmers 25 years or older. They compete within age groups of 5 years.

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Diving

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Diving is made up of many different styles and techniques. It involves a display of perfectly formed body positions while plunging into a pool of water.

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Water Polo

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Water Polo is a team watersport. The playing team consists of six field players and one goalkeeper. The winner of the game is the team that scores the most goals.

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Synchro

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Can you imagine swimming for up to five minutes while performing acrobatics, holding your breath, looking graceful and having to keep in time to the music or your fellow athletes?

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Presentation to Paul Noble and Bill Brash

on Saturday, 13 December 2014.

Special award for officials at the Commonwealth Games

Immediate past East District President, Cath Fleming, presents quaiches to Paul Noble and Bill Brash in commeration of their selection as officials to the 2014 Commonwealth Games

Scott Quin sets new world record

on Saturday, 13 December 2014.

Scottish National Short Course Championships

Scott Quin of Warrender, swimming at the Scottish National Short Course Championships at the RCP, set a new World Record in the S14 class for 100m breaststroke with a time of 01:06.92

James Heatly receives his special award from Cath Fleming

on Sunday, 07 December 2014.

For selection to the Commonwealth Games

An East District athlete in any aquatic discipline, achieving their first Scottish National Record in an individual event, or any East District athlete or official achieving their first selection for either Commonwealth or Olympic Games, will be awarded a memento of the occasion in the form of an inscribed Quaich or small salver.

The picture shows Immediate Past President, Cath Fleming, presenting an inscribed quaich to diver James Heatly