Amateur Swimming Association
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The ASA (formally the Amateur Swimming Association), was the first sport governing body of swimming to be established in the world and today remains the English national governing body for swimming, diving, water polo, open water swimming, and synchronised swimming. It is closely linked with British Swimming, a federation of the national governing bodies of England, Scotland (Scottish Amateur Swimming Association), and Wales (Welsh Amateur Swimming Association). These three are collectively known as the ''Home Country National Governing Bodies''.〔(ASA LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE FOR TEACHING WATER POLO )〕
The association was established in 1869, with headquarters at Harold Fern House in Loughborough. It was registered as a company on 18 May 1982. It moved in April 2010, along with British Swimming, to SportPark at Loughborough University, close to the A512 and junction 23 of the M1.
The ASA underwent a rebranding exercise in 2008 including a new logo and name of ''the asa''. After negative reaction the logo was retained but the organisation returned to using ''The ASA'' in text form.
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