London Swimming is responsible for developing swimming activities in London. We have an independent management board elected by its members who meet at regular intervals throughout the year. We also have a Staff Team that are available to assist with your enquiries.
The London Swimming Region comprises the 32 London Boroughs plus the City of London
The deadline for applications/entries for the ASA London Region Open Water Championships is fast approching and with only 3 weeks left. It's time to get your application forms in now, don't delay. Details can be found under Open Water Section and within Championship section, London Open water Championships
The London Region seeks nominations to be the regional representative on the ASA Sports Governing Board. This is a 3 year voluntary position, with expenses paid and does involve national travel and weekend working. All interested parties must fill in the form below which must be received by Friday 17 June by email to
ASA London is seeking a Regional Swimming Official's Co-Ordinator to act as the regional lead with regard to Swimming Technical Officials and to assist in providing direction and leadership in a number of key areas, responsabilities will include amoungst others; 1. To act as the regional representative to the ASA Swimming Officials Group. 2. To ensure that the delivery of swimming official’s training and development throughout London Region is of the highest standard and complies with BS requirements. Full details can be found below.
Applications, to be submitted in the form of a resume and covering statement via email to: demonstrating how the applicant meets the job requirements will be welcomed from suitably qualified people. Closing dare for appications is 31 May 2016. All members of the ASA London are expected to carry out their role in accordance with the ASA Laws and Code of Ethics
We have just been informed that there are still a few tickets available for the European Championships which started today, with some extra tickets just being released today. Details of all of these are below, but hurry they won't be available for long!!
London Masters Club Kings Cormorants enjoy a record breaking meet.
Swimmers from Kings Cormorants had successful swims at the G4S 25th Anniversary Guernsey Masters Open International Meet 15 -17th April 2016.
Not only were swimmers getting personal bests but new short course records were being broken. Jane Asher continued her run of breaking records in her new age group of 85-89. Over the weekend she set new records in the 400m Freestyle, the 50m British, 100m, 200m & 400m British, European and World; 200m I/M - British, European and World, and 50m Breaststroke - British. This was followed by her re-breaking records she set earlier this year in the 100m and 200m Free, British, European & World, 100m I/M, British, European & World. Her final 50m Freestyle was magnificent, she broke the record set in 2012 of 44.68 by 6 seconds, in a time of 38.75. Clearly inspiring other Kings Cormorant swimmers Geoff Bishop set a new 50m Breaststroke - British record in his new age group of 80-85 years, and the mixed 320+ Free 4X50m of Elizabeth Savidge, Frank Taylor, Geoff Bishop, Jane Asher took the British Record, and then the Ladies 280+ Free 4x50m, Anna Page, Elizabeth Savidge, Penny Webster, Jane Asher set new British & European Records.
To round off the weekend Jane won the Top Lady Award to a standing ovation, and the club won the John Eyre Award for Top Visiting Club.