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Masters Results

Masters competition results

British Gas ASA Masters 3km Championship 2009

8 August 2009 - Castlegate Quay, Watersports Centre in Stockton-on-Tees

Some of the country’s best Masters swimmers took to the River Tees to vie for National honours. The Masters event was incorporated into the Two Bridges Open Water Swim North East Regional Championships.

In the true spirit of Masters swimming, the event featured a whole range of abilities, from those competing for the National title to those wanting to have fun in the participation event.

Records fall at British Gas Masters and Senior Age Group Championships (50m) 2009

19 to 21 June 2009 - Cardiff International Pool

Day One

Records fell on the opening day of the tough three day championships which attracted nearly 600 competitors from all over Great Britain. The first event, the 1500m Freestyle, produced one European and four British records as swimmers put in some excellent performances.

Dorset Masters Championships and Senior Age Group Competition 2009

15 Mar 09 - Rossmore Lesiure Centre, Parkstone

Christchurch and New Milton Seagulls retained the ‘top club’ trophy amassing 500 points ahead of Poole and Bournemouth Dolphins.

The meet marked competitive comebacks for 26-year-olds Richard Smiles (Dolphins), whose last Dorset senior record from his teen years was only recently erased, and breaststroker Ryan Kusminoff (Poole). Smiles’s 200m freestyle time of 1:59.78 won him both the men’s individual awards for the best swim measured in GB points and the swim closest to the world masters record.

Poole’s Sarah Meaker won the trophy for the fastest female swim with 28.05 in the 50m freestyle while Dolphins’ Jenny Ellison came closest to the world record with 4:54.92 in the 25-29yrs 400m freestyle. Poole dominated the relays with seven wins from 12 races.

the asa T-30 Challenge 2008

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Warwickshire retain National Masters Inter County title

Warwickshire have retained their National Masters Inter County title in 2008 with a 227 points margin over Cheshire in second place, with Sussex coming in third.

This year’s competition was held over two weekends during November with 30 counties taking part in the five region meets held around the country.

The North East & North West regions competed at Macclesfield (November 15th), the East region at Thetford, the South East region at Bexleyheath, the South West region at Weston-super-Mare (16th) and the East Midlands and West Midlands regions at Branstone (23rd)

asa National Masters and Senior Age Group Championships (25m) 2008 - Day 3

24 to 26 October 2008 - Ponds Forge

A bumper crop of 72 World, European or British records fell over the course of the weekend. It was a very successful weekend's competition for Rachel Barton (Trafford Metro) who clocked a World record in the women's 60-64 age group for the 50m Backstroke. She lowered the World mark to 36.16, adding to her World record in the 50m Freestyle, British record in the 100 Backstroke and European record in the 4 x 50m Freestyle in the 200-239 age group.

Andrew Manley (Swindon Dolphins) continued his excellent weekend with another British record in the 100m IM for the 30-34 age group.

asa National Masters and Senior Age Group Championships (25m) 2008 - Day2

24 - 26 October 2008 - Ponds Forge Sheffield

Andrew Manley (Swindon Dolphins) clocked his second World record on the second day of the asa’s National Masters and Senior Age Group Championships (25m) in the Men’s 100m Freestyle 30-34 age group.Manley swam 50.08 – faster than his own previous World best of 50.24, set at Masters event last year. This adds to his World record in the 50m Free on 24 October 2008. Before the race he had said he was ‘really excited’ about his possibilities in the 100m Free.

asa Masters and Senior Age Group Championships SC 2008 Day 1

24 - 26 October 2008 - Ponds Forge Sheffield

World, European and British records tumbled on the first day. Andrew Manley (Swindon Dolphins) set a World record in the 30-34 age group in the Men's 50m Freestyle in a time of 22.68.

“I’m really excited by the time,” Manley said. “I didn’t expect to go as quick as that. I wanted to beat last year’s time of 23.03 but this is a lifetime best by quite a long way. I’m really looking forward to tomorrow’s 100m now as that’s my best event.