HHSC Seeks New Development Coach
Wednesday, 06 August 2014 10:20With over 250 members, HHSC is a thriving and busy Club run for the most part by volunteers. They welcome a wide variety of abilities, from competitive to non-completive swimmers, from young Aquabears to Masters, full-time swimmers to more casual swimmers. They are a Herts ASA Disability ‘Hub’ Club, welcoming disabled swimmers and offering them a pathway into competitive swimming, and also run a Swimming Academy with Sportspace, bringing new talent into the Club. They host a number of galas across the year, both internal and open meets and their swimmers regularly take part in swimming leagues and county and regional competitions. They aim to help all swimmers fulfil their competitive potential and to retain their status as the best swimming club in the area.
All of this takes time and effort and they now feel the time has come to expand their paid coaching team. They are therefore seeking to recruit a new Development Coach to work at the junior end of the Club and to support their new Head Coach, Justin Langford. Click here to download the job description.
Herts Masters 2014 Results
Sunday, 03 August 2014 16:49The Herts Masters 2014 Results are now available for download here, we apologise for the delay in releasing them.
Hertfordshire ASA Open Water Championships 2014
Friday, 25 July 2014 11:44The Hertfordshire ASA Open Water Championships 2014 took place within the ASA East Region Open Water Championships at Whitlingham Country Park, Norwich on Sunday 20th July. Forty nine swimmers from Hertfordshire took part. The results for all the events swum, and the trophy and medal winners for the events in the Hertfordshire Championships (3K, 1.5K and 800m), are available for download here.
The 1.5 K event was abandoned part way through as there was a violent thunderstorm. The storm also forced the cancellation of the 5K event.
Full results of the ASA East Region Championships can be viewed on www.eastswimming.org.uk
ASA appoints a new Chief Executive
Monday, 14 July 2014 11:48Chief Executive Officer of Commonwealth Games England (CGE), Adam Paker, is to join the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) as its new CEO following the completion of his duties with Commonwealth Games England.
Paker has led Commonwealth Games England for three years and has agreed to move to the Amateur Swimming Association as its new Chief Executive, following a handover period after the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
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