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2016 ASA Aquatic Awards

The achievements of the aquatics community were celebrated on 26th November 2016 at the annual ASA Aquatics Awards 2016 held at Birmingham University’s Great Hall. The Awards recognised the vast contribution of individuals and organisations from across all areas of the sport.

The afternoon was filled with inspiring stories showing the dedication of volunteers, coaches, teachers, participants, athletes and aquatic professionals, hosted by ASA Group Board Chairman, Mike Farrar. The Awards were presented by Paralympic Champion Ellie Robinson, and Olympic bronze medallist Daniel Goodfellow.

Norton Radstock S.C. Chair Nicky Vause, Head Coach Kay Willcox and Life Member and 2012 Olympian Stacey Bromley nee Tadd were delighted to receive silver in the ASA Club of the Year category.

Nicky commented, "To receive this endorsement from our governing body was beyond our expectations, although well deserved by the club's committed volunteer workforce. The ASA gave praise to volunteer development opportunities provided for swimmers and volunteers. The participation of volunteers to engage with national programmes and support national and international swimming competitions also received recognition. On behalf of the club I would like to thank the Midsomer Norton Town Council and The Sperring Trust for grant funding which has supported volunteer and swimmer development."

Enquiries are always welcome,to arrange a trail please contact: Kay Willcox 07751 792787 or team-manager@nrsc.info