Senior and Junior County Records
County Records are maintained for all individual short and long course events. There are separate Junior and Senior records for male and females. Junior records may only be claimed where the swimmer is under 16 years of age on the day of the swim. Conditions relating to County Records can be found in the Bedfordshire ASA Policies (which can be accessed in the 'Executive' pages).
All claims for Senior and Junior County Records must be made in writing, preferably by email, to the County Secretary to email@example.com within 21 days of the swim using the relevant claim form. Claims must include details of the record(s) claimed, name of meet, time recorded, date and venue of the swim and be supported by a web site reference to the official published results.
Claims for County Records will be considered at the next meeting of
Bedfordshire ASA Executive. Subject to ratification, record certificates will
be issued as soon as possible after that.
Click here for the current County Records
Masters County Records
In November 2011 Bedfordshire Masters County Records were established. If you
think you may have broken a Masters County Record please check the current list
of short course and long course records and the conditions for claiming records,
which are available below in pdf format. All records should be claimed using the appropriate claim forms, which are available to download below in word format
for ease of electronic claims.
Please note that claims for Masters Records should
be sent directly to John Bellis.
Current long course records (04/02/14) (posted 10/02/14)
Current short course records (posted 02/01/14)
Current relay records (posted 08/11/13)
Masters County Records Conditions
Individual claim form (word format)
Relay claim form