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Dunmow Atlantis Round One 2016


The prestigious competition saw Dunmow swimming against Hertford, Potters Bar, Verulam, Aylesbury, Putteridge and host club, Braintree.

The Atlantis team, aged between nine and 24-years-old set the pool alight, proving their versatility across a variety of strokes and distances in a total of 50 races.
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Good News


The galas in The National Arena Swimming League-London will all be licensed this year.

Originally, the London league was unable to obtain licensing for this year’s galas. After appeals and discussions which have been on-going since the National League Annual General Meeting in June, the ASA Swimming Management Group has agreed that galas in The National Arena Swimming League can, after all, be licensed. The galas can be licensed at level 3.

Although this is not the best outcome for the London league’s premier division galas which have always been licensed level 2, at least licensing is possible again!

The licence numbers for the galas on 8th October will be available shortly.

Please note that The National Arena Swimming League-London rules regarding the qualifications of the officials provided by each team still apply, regardless of the licensing level – i.e. each team must provide a qualified J1 and a qualified J2 official.

Sheila Mackenzie
Secretary
TNASL-L
 

London League AGM 2016


The Annual General Meeting of The National Arena Swimming League-London will take place at 7pm on 4th May at the Wyllyotts Centre, Potters Bar. Each competing club is entitled to send one representative. The paperwork relating to the meeting can be downloaded here
 

End of Season 2015


Congratulations to Hillingdon - the winners of The National Arena Swimming League London 2015! Teamipswich are the 2015 runners-up.

Hillingdon, and teamipswich have earned a place at The National Arena Swimming League finals weekend in April 2016.

The top six teams from the top gala in the premier division were entered into the national virtual gala for the top six teams from each of the seven individual leagues, and, from this, Hatfield and Ealing have also been invited to the finals weekend, having achieved place in the top twenty teams in that national virtual gala.

Harlow Penguins and Brompton, as winners and runners-up in division one, are promoted to the premier division for 2016.

Leander and Harpenden, as winners and runners-up in division two, are promoted to division one for 2016.

Watford and Hoddesdon are relegated to division one for 2016, and Enfield Swim Squad B and Braintree & Bocking are in division two in 2016, having been relegated from division one.

 

Colchester - Round Three 2015


The final round of the National Arena Swimming League saw a strong Colchester Squad travel to Harlow Leisure Zone. With excellent swimming clubs from all over the region being represented, it would take an extraordinary effort from head coach Michelle Young and her team.
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Colchester - Round Two 2015


Round two of the National Arena Swimming League saw another round of terrific performances from Colchester Swimming Club against some tough opposition.
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