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A warm welcome to the Aqua Force Swimming Academy

Aqua Force Swimming Academy was established in 2011. Since then it has developed with Learn to swim sessions, Advanced swimming opportunities and the chance to compete for the Academy.

“Opportunities to participate in the sport locally and at all levels…” is part of our mission statement and we adhere this in every aspect. Swimmers are given every opportunity to achieve their potential as an individual in an encouraging team environment.

And Team is the key word for Aqua Force. We have ten qualified and experienced coaches/ teachers who all volunteer to provide the best swimming opportunities for the swimmers. We also have a large team of helpers that aid our work dramatically. 

J1 Judge / Timekeeper Workshop

The Darlington officials hub are holding the first of three workshops that will allow anyone aged over 16 to become a timekeeper and / or a J1 turn judge. No experience is required as full training and mentoring will be provided by the hub giving candidates the opportunity to become licensed officials.

Anyone wishing to join the course should contact Bryan on swimacademynews@googlemail.com for further details

Congratulations Owen!

We are proud to announce that Owen Westhorp has become the Academies first National Swimmer.

Owen will be competing in the 50, 100 & 200 metres breaststroke events plus the 50m backstroke event at the summer championships which take place in August!

The results from the Billingham Autumn Meet 2015 are available on the Gala results page 

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