2017 Finals Weekend Useful Links

Over the course of the 2017 finals weekend we provide a number of ways for you to follow the action.

We have live video streaming of the finals

B Final Live Video Stream

Cup Final Live Video Stream

Live results including live scoreboard

B Final Live Scores

Cup Final Live Scores

We will also have each event result on our twitter feed and photos and updates on our facebook page

Finals weekend 8th/9th April 2017

Information to assist clubs, athletes and spectators with their planning:

Venue : Cardiff International Pool

  • Accreditations and advance-purchased tickets will be available for collection at 11.30 on the day of the final, from the crèche at the side of the main entrance to the pool.
  • Entrance for athletes will be at 12 noon by the fire exit doors nearest the car park. Shoes to be removed on poolside
  • Entrance for spectators will be at 12 noon, through the crèche at the side of the main entrance to the pool.
  • Warm-up will commence at 12.15 until 13.00
  • 13.00 Opening ceremony, followed by the gala, followed by presentations
  • The expectation is to be clear by 16.30

Virtual Gala 2016

The Virtual Gala results have now been published in the February edition of Swimming Times so are available to view below:

National Finalists 2017

Congratulations to the National Finalists 2017 in both the Cup Final and the B Final which will take place in Cardiff.

Cup Final - 9th April 2017
Lane  Club League
0 City of Milton Keynes EAST MIDLANDS          
1 Wycombe SOUTH
2 City of Oxford SOUTH                     
3 Stockport Metro NORTH WEST                 
4 Guildford City SOUTH
5 Millfield WESTERN
6 Plymouth Leander WESTERN   
7 City of Cardiff WESTERN
8 teamipswich LONDON            
9 City of Derby WEST MIDLANDS                 
 B Final - 8th April 2017
Lane  Club  League
0 Chelsea & Westminster LONDON                      
1 City of Peterborough EAST MIDLANDS                   
2 Hillingdon LONDON
3 Ealing LONDON
4 Thanet SOUTH
5 Sevenoaks SOUTH
6 Hatfield LONDON
7 City of Liverpool NORTH WEST
8 Swansea Aquatics WESTERN
9 Boldmere WEST MIDLANDS                     

ASA Thanks the Queen for Patronage

The ASA would like to thank Her Majesty The Queen for her patronage over the last 63 years.

The Queen became the organisation’s patron on 6 March 1953 and has been a great champion of swimming and water safety.

Her Majesty will step down as Patron of the ASA at the end of this year, with her patronage passing to HRH The Duke of Cambridge.

Full story here

Use of Backstroke Ledges

Backstroke ledges must not be used at the Premier finals in each of the seven leagues in 2016.

As the results are entered into a virtual gala of 42 teams then the conditions at each of the seven galas need to be the same so that there is a level playing field.
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