Have you ever wondered about the origins of the West District of Scottish Swimming.
The Scottish Amateur Swimming Association celebrated its 100th Anniversary in 1988 and to commemorate the Anniversary, the S.A.S.A. commissioned Peter Bilsborough to compile a history of the Association.
With the kind permission of Peter’s widow Ellen, the relevant information relating to the formation and activities of the swimmers, Officials and volunteers of the Western Counties A.S.A. have been extracted from the Associations history and are contained in a set of pages available under “An Insight into the Wests’s Past” in the “About” menu on website main header.
The various extracts cover the period from the early 1800s through to 1988.
Hope you find the content relevant and interesting.
The swimmers who have been successful in achieving the necessary qualifying strokes/times or Coach Nomination are listed on the DRP page, click here.
Congratulations to all.
Due to current Covid-19 restrictions on faciltities etc., the programme is being scheduled as “virtual” at present with consideration of a “hybrid” version once availability to facilities can be progressed.
Contact Jackie Smith firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions/queries.
Our CEO, Euan Lowe, is interviewed by Rhona McLeod on how Scottish Swimming has been affected by Covid-19 and what the future looks like, as best can be envisaged at present.
Due to the different timescale/progress of Covid19 around the world and the different stages each country is at in the process of recovery, there are plans being generated and ideas shared on how best swimmers can be re-introduced to water in a safe manner.
Scotland is still in lock-down and Scottish Swimming is working on their plans to move forward as restrictions are eased.
When plans and documentation from other countries are reviewed in a general manner, there are many common themes and practices.
Some of these documents can be accessed by clicking here.
West District Club Managements and Coaches could use these documents as INDICATORS and no more of what they should be planning for in coming weeks to get swimmers back in the water.
The REN 96 Graded Meet this weekend has been CANCELLED – please pass information along to any other interested parties.
The Results from Session 1 thru 4 of 2020 WD Long Course Age Group Pre-SNAG Meet and Team Manager download are available
on the 2020 District Meets page .
STO “SignUp” is now available for the Falkirk Otter Development and Open Meets at Grangemouth Sports Complex on 21/22nd March.
Please Note, it is a common “SignUp” for both Meets.
STO “SignUp” is now available for the REN 96 Graded Meet at Linwood Community Sports Hub on 14/15th March.
2020 WD Long Course Pre-SNAG Meet – Psych Sheets Available for Download and Access to “Volunteer SignUp”
The Psych Sheets for Sessions 1 thru 4 of WD Long Course Pre-SNAG Meet are available for download
on the 2020 District Meets page click to access
The Club Entry Lists are also available for download on same page.
Volunteer / STO “SignUp” is available on same page.
STO and Volunteer “SignUp” is now available for the Cumbernauld Spring Graded Meet at Tryst Sports Centre, Cumbernauld on 7/8th March.