Welcome to the Barbados Aquatic Sports Association
The official FINA approved organisation to foster and regulate Swimming, Synchro, and Water Polo in Barbados.
The Barbados Aquatic Sports Association (BASA) is the governing body for Swimming, Water Polo and Synchronized Swimming in Barbados. Managed by a Council of elected members, BASA promotes the culture of aquatics by creating opportunities for swimmers and coaches of all backgrounds to participate and advance in aquatic sports through clubs, events and learn-to-swim programmes. The Barbados Aquatic Centre is the hub of the Barbadian swimming fraternity, with the Olympic-size 50M and 25M Learn-to-Swim pools playing host to numerous swimming, water polo and synchronized swimming clubs.
Team Barbados – Carifta 2022
The Barbados Aquatic Sports Association is proud to announce the National Team selected to represent Barbados at the upcoming 2022 Carifta Aquatic Championships, taking place in Barbados from April 16th - 19th 2022! SWIMMING: ~11-12 Girls~ Toria Alleyne Amiya Harrison...
Barbadian 2020 Olympic Team Announced
Congratulations from the entire Barbadian aquatics community to Alex Sobers and Danielle Titus on their selection to the 8 member Barbados Team heading to the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan! Alex will be competing in the Mens 200m & 400m Freestyle events (July 24th...
Carifta Aquatics Postponed
As Barbados and other countries across the region continue to grapple with the effects of the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic, a decision has been made by the Barbados Aquatic Sports Association (hosts for the event) to postpone Carifta 2021. Scheduled to take place from...
Dear Members, Due to the extension of the "national pause"- lockdown, the Aquatic Centre will remain closed until February 28, 2021 in keeping with the directive given by the Prime Minister in her address to the nation on February 15, 2021. Please continue to be safe...
Links to other related websites
- World Anti Doping Agency
- Barbados Olympic Association
- Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad & Tobago
- Bahamas Swimming Federation
- St. Lucia Amateur Swimming Association
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