|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport Research Reports|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||An evaluation of Swim 21|
|Citation:||Hodson J & Robinson L (2007) An evaluation of Swim 21. Amateur Swimming Association (ASA), Loughborough. Institute of Sport & Leisure Policy, Loughborough University.|
|Publisher:||Institute of Sport & Leisure Policy, Loughborough University|
|Abstract:||Swim 21 is the Amateur Swimming Association’s club development model, a planning tool based on the principles of long term athlete development. Swim 21 aims to provide appropriate opportunities for swimmers in order to assist them to attain their full potential. Therefore Swim 21 is intended to focus on the needs of swimmers, enabling clubs to help athletes, teachers, coaches and administrators to achieve their full potential.|
|Rights:||Institute of Sport & Leisure Policy, Loughborough University; The publisher has granted permission for use of this report in this Repository. The report, An evaluation of Swim 21, was first published by Institute of Sport & Leisure Policy, Loughborough University.|
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