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With 135 years experience in swimming coaching at Swindon Amateur Swimming Club (ASC), you’re in safe and experienced hands!

Wiltshire County Sprints - 33.67 yard sprint event, held at the historic Health Hydro, Milton Road, SwindonWiltshire Sprints 2016 - Tyler Checchia in full flow on his way to Gold in the 13 years butterfly, he took gold in all 4 strokesWiltshire Sprints 2016 - Aaron Bailey who won bronze in backstroke and butterfly in the 12 years age groupWiltshire Sprints 2016 - Rowan Kitchener who won bronze in the 14 years breaststrokeWiltshire Sprints 2016 - 1st time attendee Alexandra Scutt, picked up silver in the 9 years backstrokeWiltshire Sprints 2016 - Alyx Bailey pictured winning gold in the 16 years backstroke, also won silver in breaststrokeWiltshire Sprints 2016 - Annabel Ollerhead who took home silver in the 11 years butterflyJazz hands at the sprints!Wiltshire Sprints 2016 - Bethany Brewer who won silver in backstroke and bronze in freestyle in the 14 years age groupBeth Sullivan and Liv Halliday with their medals at the SX3 club championshipsWiltshire Sprints 2016 - Caitlin Warrington winning gold at 13 years in the breaststrokeGirls laughing about at Easter courseWiltshire Sprints 2016 - Grace Steckerl won gold in the 16 years breaststroke and bronze in the backstrokeWiltshire Sprints 2016 - Liberty Slowly Gold in the Freestyle, Silver in Breaststroke and butterfly in the 15 years age groupWiltshire Sprints 2016 - Lydia Zioupos who took bronze in the 17/18 freestyle, 4th in everything else...Wiltshire Sprints 2016 - Two golds for Max Sullivan in the 10 years Breaststroke and ButterflyOur senior regional swimmers 2016, Emily Moore, Tomas Starsmeare-Ferris and Grace SteckerlWiltshire Sprints 2016 - Silver in the Swindon Team in the  Mixed Open 8 x 1 Length Mixed Medely

Swindon ASC is a family orientated club with a strong ‘learn to swim’ programme, which provides a safe and enjoyable environment where all swimmers can achieve their full potential.

We are affiliated to the Amateur Swimming Association (asa) and have achieved Swim 21 Teaching level accreditation. We have also adopted the asa’s National Plan for Teaching Swimming for all of our ‘learn to swim’ lessons, and all of our swimming teachers are asa trained, qualified and registered.

We cater for all levels of swimmers, whether it is a swimmer taking to the water for the first time or swimming to keep fit; or a swimmer that is competing at the many local and county galas.

So, if you are thinking of enrolling your child for swimming lessons or are a more competent swimmer looking to improve why not get in contact? We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you at one of our three Swindon training centres.

Contact us via email at: – contactus@swindonasc.co.uk



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Swindon ASC cater for all swimmers. We have a strong ‘learn to swim’ programme and compete at local, County and Regional events.