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Amateur Swimming Association: The ASA, was the first sport governing body of swimming to be established in the world and today remains the English national governing body for swimming, diving, water polo, open water swimming, and synchronised swimming. It is closely linked with British Swimming, a federation of the national governing bodies of England, Scotland, and Wales. These three are collectively known as the Home Country National Governing Bodies.
- written works: "Manual on diving", "Organisation of diving contests", "Organising a swimming club", "Handbook for 1981", "Water activities for parents and babies", "Laws of the sport", "Guide to Better Swimming", "Information literature", "The Amateur Swimming Association 2004 official handbook", "Swimming instruction", "Anyone Can Swim", "Official handbook 2004"
- official website: www.swimming.org/asa
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Sports web encyclopaedia (2005)
Amateur Swimming Association The Official web site of the Amateur Swimming Association and Amateur Swimming Federation of Great Britain.
With Especial Attention to War-Time Abbreviations by Eric Partridge
Amateur Swimming Association. A.S.A.A. Associate of the Society of Incorporated Accountants and Auditors. Asaph. (Bishop) of St. Asaph. A.S.C. See R.A.S.C. (2) American Society of Cinematographers. A.Sc. Associate in Science.
by Rodney Dale, Steve Puttick
Fellow of the Institute of Navigation FINA Federation Internationale de Natation Amateur (French: International Amateur Swimming Association) (SPR) FInstF Fellow of the Institute of Fuel FInstMet Fellow of the Institute of Metals FInstP Fellow ...
by Joel Alswang
pioneer surfer in Durban; curator, Timewrap Surfing Museum Swimming Dawn Biram, former Secretary, Transvaal Amateur Swimming Association; Official Rules Committee Executive Member; President, Transvaal Aquatics Officials Club.
by Henry Charles Howard Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire
Swimming — The Amateur Swimming Association supervises Championship races held at different places and times during the season. CHAR (from the Gaelic ceara— red or blood- coloured), Salmo alpinus, S. salvelinus, S. wil- lughbii, ...
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature ... in Thirty Volumes with New American Supplement
The Amateur Swimming Association was reinaugurated in 1886 by the amalgamation of the Swimming Association of Great Britain and the Amateur Swimming Union. There are annual competitions for the amateur championships at 500 yards ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1902)
latest edition. A dictionary of arts, sciences and general literature by Day Otis Kellogg, William Robertson Smith
The Amateur Swimming Association was relnausnrated In 188G hy the amalgamation of the Swimming Association of Great Britain and the Amateur Swimming Union. There are annual competitions for the amateur champion, ahips at 500 ...
An amalgamation of clubs in 1869 first brought swimming under organized control, and this association developed, under several successive names, into the Amateur Swimming Association in 1886. In addition to the Amateur Swimming ...
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NSW Amateur Swimming Association Annual Ball
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