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  • Frank Richards - With Deepest Sympathy

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    It is with sadness that we have to report the passing of a long standing old member. Frank Richards was a dedicated observer, who produced excellent reports and covered some of the most important swims in our history between 1978 and 1997, including ... More »»

  • Pamela Morgan to receive a BEM

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    We are thrille to announce that Pamela Morgan who ran the Scarborough Disabled Swimming Club for more than 36 years while also supporting other charities such as the NSPCC, Mencap, Scarborough Hospital League of Friends and Epilepsy Action is to be a... More »»

  • Montserrat Tresserras 1930-2018

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    It is with great sadness that we have to report the death of Montserrat Tresserras who passed away on Monday 26th November in Olot, her birthplace, at 88 years old . Montserrat Tresserras was an Honour Swimmer from Spain who was inducted into the 197... More »»

  • Michael Read Wins Poseidon Award From Hall Of Fame

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    We would like to congratulate our own CSA President Michael Read MBE for his well deserved award from the International Swimming Hall of Fame. Michael has been awarded the Poseidon Award given to swimmers, "who have gone beyond the call of duty ... More »»

  • Help to Save Carr Junior School's swimming pool

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    Each year we look to donate money to various places relating to swimming activities. One of the donations this year will go to Carr Junior School' s swimming pool fund.. Carr Junior School Donation The Channel Swimming Association is delighted to... More »»

  • Theodore Yach - Swimming Legend

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    It is with deepest regret, that we learn of the passing of Theodore Yach, who died peacefully in hospital yesterday. He was sixty years old. Theodore, who swam the English Channel in 1996, was a veteran of 108 Robben Island swims of which he was the ... More »»

  • CSA congratulate Lewis Pugh on 'The Long Swim'

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    The Channel Swimming Association congratulates Lewis Pugh on his fantastic swim from Sennan Cove, Lands End to Admiralty Pier, Dover over 49 days from the 12th July until the 29th August 2018 .We are pleased to confirm that after reviewing the log of... More »»

  • Jacques Amyot

    It is with sadness that we learn of the death of Jacques Amyot. He was the eldest living Channel Swimmer, having swam in 1956 and 1975. In 1956, he swam the English Channel, starting in France, in 13 hours and 2 minutes, against strong current and co... More »»

  • LEWIS PUGH - THE LONG SWIM

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    Lewis Pugh, the UN Patron of the Oceans and renowned endurance swimmer, has announced his latest challenge, which will see him call on the British Government to urgently protect the seas around the UK coast and British Overseas Territories. Lewis is ... More »»

  • Prof. Ulrich Haevecker - With Great Sadness

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    It is with great sadness that we report of the passing of Prof. Ulrich Haevecker, former CSA Vice President and International Representative for Germany. He passed away on the 26th February aged 84. Ulrich swam the English Channel in 1982 as a breast... More »»