The Surrey County ASA Masters Championships will be held at the Surrey Sports Park (SSP) on Saturday 24th June 2023. Meet details will be posted here as they become available. It is a “Closed Meet” and only open to paid up members – Cat1 and Cat2 Swim England Membership – of Surrey-affiliated clubs. We are […]
Surrey Masters Championships 2022
URGENT NOTE FOR OFFICIALS Thank you again to those of you who have already signed up for the Surrey Masters Meet at the Surrey Sports Park on Saturday 25th June. We are desperately short of officials. Please can anyone else offer some assistance. For those of you who have trainees at their clubs – this […]
Jim Boucher made honorary life vice-president
County master swimmer and meet organiser, water polo and open-water ace Jim Boucher made honorary life vice-president.
Surrey Masters Championships 2019
We are delighted to return to the fabulous Surrey Sports Park on Saturday June 29th for our Masters Championships. The event is open only to Surrey County Masters and you need to be over 18 on the day of the event. Full competition information is here (please note some minor changes to event order in […]
Dorking Swimming Club’s Phil Sears dies
Dorking coach, masters and open water swimmer dies after long run-in with cancer.
Guildford’s Mike Hodgson sets new European and world records
Guildford City SC’s Mike Hodgson sets new European and world records at the World Masters Championships in Hungary.
Guildford’s Jodie Cox wins seven golds and sets three individual world records at Transplant Games
Guildford City’s Jodie Cox wins an impressive seven gold medals and sets three individual world records at the World Transplant Games in Spain.
Surrey Masters Championships 2017
And what a day it was! Around 180 swimmers took to the water with over 1000 splashes in individual events alone. This was a new Surrey Record even before Magnificent Mike Hodgson stooped to conquer with three British Records in the 50/100 Breast and the 100IM. Queen of World Masters, Jane Asher, went ever so […]
Surrey’s Masters Organiser “Highly commended” in the Cherriman Award
The Vivienne and Leonard Cherriman Award is an annual award, presented by the British Masters Committee to ‘the person or organisation who or which has done the most to promote and foster the cause of Masters swimming in Great Britain.’ Nominations run from 1st February to 31st January the following year and are welcomed from […]
Surrey on top of the World down under….
The World Masters Games, the world’s largest multi-sport event, took place in Auckland during April. It was well attended with over 28,000 competitors, including para-athletes, aged 25 to 100+, competing in 28 sports. The swimming had 1500 competitors aged between 25-95, and it was held at the Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre, part […]