Club records are the All Time Personal Best Times swum at an event held under ASA Laws. Club records are both
Age and Time dependent and serve as a benchmark for swimmer progression separate from the
ASA competitive award badges (bronze, silver, gold and platinum).
Swimmers have the opportunity to achieve a new record at events that fully conform to ASA laws ie Club Championships or most
galas hosted by registered clubs. Split times (i.e. the first 100m of a 200m event or
the lead off 50m relay leg) recorded by the Team Manager, or nominated timekeeper, may be allowed subject to suitable
conditions and only if agreed by a qualified club official in advance of the swim.
Wey Valley has club records for all strokes and distances of 25m (U8 and U10 only), 50m, 100m and 200m in the age groups below (note: the record relates to the age of the swimmer,
not the age group they were swimming in for a particular event):
The Club Records date back to 1st January 1994 and the current records are stored in an on-line database. Search the database by filling in one or more fields of the form below to refine your search.
Age categories and rules
|U8||defined as a swimmer who is 7 years old or under at 31st December of the year in which the event is held.|
|U10||defined as a swimmer who is 8 or 9 years old at 31st December of the year in which the event is held.|
|U12||defined as a swimmer who is 10 or 11 years old at 31st December of the year in which the event is held.|
|U14||defined as a swimmer who is 12 or 13 years old at 31st December of the year in which the event is held.|
|U16||defined as a swimmer who is 14 or 15 years old at 31st December of the year in which the event is held.|
|Open||defined as a swimmer who is 16 to 24 years old at 31st December of the year in which the event is held.||Master||defined as a swimmer who is 25 + years old at 31st December of the year in which the event is held.
For a time to qualify for a club record:
- The swimmer must be a current member of the ASA and Wey Valley Swimming Club (training fees paid and ASA registered with Wey Valley as their First Claim club).
- The swimmer must be in the relevant club record age category on the day of the event.
- The time must be obtained in an event that fully conforms to ASA laws including having the minimum number of officials required
by ASA laws. (We try to ensure our annual Club Championships meet the minimum requirement but time trials and novice galas generally do not count).
- The time must be a Personal Best.
- The swimmer must be representing Wey Valley. (Times swum in an event where they were representing their school or previous club maybe counted as a PB but will not qualify for a Wey Valley club record).