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Making every lap count

Making every lap count

Isaiah Braithwaite Isaiah Braithwaite- December 6, 2019

−GASA hosts second major swim clinic DPI, Guyana, Friday, December 6, 2019  The Guyana Amateur Swimming Association (GASA) continues to ... Read More

Coaches urged to inspire swimmers to achieve greatness

Coaches urged to inspire swimmers to achieve greatness

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 24, 2019

─ “All of our swimmers should be causing heads to turn at international championships, but it is up to you ... Read More

Swimming Assoc. launches outreach in Mainstay/Whyaka

Swimming Assoc. launches outreach in Mainstay/Whyaka

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 10, 2018

  tapping into natural talent of hinterland youth for future competitions DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, July 10, 2018 Youths of Mainstay/Whyaka, ... Read More

“I am seeing progress”-Minister Norton on improvements in swimmers’ times -positive effects of GASA coaching clinics being realized

“I am seeing progress”-Minister Norton on improvements in swimmers’ times -positive effects of GASA coaching clinics being realized

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 17, 2018

DPI, GUYANA, Thursday, May 17, 2018 “Clinics for swim coaches have borne fruit” as improvement is evident among many of ... Read More

The Aquatic Centre: A premier facility for swimmers

The Aquatic Centre: A premier facility for swimmers

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 18, 2017

DPI, GUYANA, Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Local swimming officials and athletes said the National Aquatic Centre has had a huge ... Read More

GASA/FINA host five days Intermediate Officials Clinic – Ahead of Goodwill swim championships set for August

GASA/FINA host five days Intermediate Officials Clinic – Ahead of Goodwill swim championships set for August

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 5, 2017

(Georgetown, July 5, 2017) - As Guyana prepares to host a seven nations Goodwill swim meet in August preparation of ... Read More

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