About Swimming

The district organises competitions and training for East District swimmers and two open swimming competitions each year; the East District open (May / June) and the Edinburgh International swim meet (March).

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Open Water

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 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 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

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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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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Results from round 4 of the Forth Valley Junior League 2019

on Thursday, 22 August 2019.

18th August 2019

The results and table after round 4 of the Forth Valley Junior League on 18th August 2019 can be found at 


Three East District Waterpolo players on Duty in Croatia

on Thursday, 22 August 2019.



The three Caledonian under 19 Mens players pictured on duty in Croatia are: Warrender and Caledonia 1st Team Player Domma Zahra (Captain) together with 1st team player Harry Grey and Storm player Thomas Cameron both from Dunfermline Waterpolo Club

Calling Gala Conveners, Meet Managers and Technical Officials

on Thursday, 22 August 2019.


Calling Gala Conveners, Meet Managers and Technical Officials

Do you want to know why the computer allocates lanes as it does, the difference between Deck and FINA seeding, what needs checking on referee’s placing at a manual gala, what information can be included if a DQ in the race?

If you are asking questions like this, or being asked by Coaches, then the Recorders course if for you.

It is open to all SASA members who have completed their Timekeepers course.

To qualify for a Recorders certificate, it is required to sit a written examination and then undertake a period of Probationary Service.

Applications are now invited for the November sitting of the examination and should be with the STO convener by the 1 September 2019. The application form may be sent by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by post to

Alistair Shields
7 Arran Marches
EH21 7DQ

Applicants please note the examination fee will be paid by the District so a cheque is not require to accompany the form.

Dates of workshops will be circulated after the closing date for applications.

Application forms and Recorder workbook can be downloaded from