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Getting closer to our Members

Australian Swimmers Association - 13/01/2014

It is 2014 and,yes,the ASA is finally on You Tube with its very own channel. The idea of the channel is to bring our members but more importantly fans of swimming closer to their heroes.

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The ASA You Tube Channel

It is 2014 and,yes,the ASA is finally on You Tube with its very own channel

The idea of the channel is to bring our members but more importantly fans of swimming closer to their heroes. 

It is our aim to provide fans old and new, young and old, with a different insight to our current and up and coming swimmers.

Additionally, we will be catching up with our retired swimmers to find out what they are up to today and relive their time in the green and gold!

Finally, the ASA You Tube Channel will provide budding swimmers with tips from our stars, because you can never stop learning.

The ASA Blog

Along with our You Tube channel we have also started our own blog to keep everyone up to date with the going on's of our swimming community. The blog will be written by members of the ASA Executive plus guests.

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The latest ASA Blog

Our sport is steeped in History, ASA Executive Member Alice Tait takes a look back and shares where you can go to find out more.

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Remembering Matthew "Gluey" Glucina

The Australian swimming community was deeply saddened of the passing of Matthew Glucina, Gluey to his mates. Friend and training partner Michael Jackson took the time to try put into words just how special a guy he was.

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Retired Swimmers Function - Perth

PwC Perth will be hosting a retired Swimmers Function on Thursday 30 January.

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Patrick Murphy joins the FINA Athletes Committee

On behalf of the ASA , its members and swimmers in Australia congratulations to Patrick Murphy on his recent election to the FINA Athletes Committee.

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