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.
A Tribute to Maurice Foster. SCM.
By Cheryl Lady Forde, President BASA It is with great sadness that the Aquatics Sports fraternity learnt of the passing of Maurice Foster last evening. Maurice Foster was indeed a true sportsman throughout his life. He played...
Nicky Neckles, the Barbadian Master
To those long-standing members of the regional competitive swimming community, the name Nicky Neckles is well known and deeply revered. Without a doubt one of the best backstroke swimmers to come out of Barbados (and the Caribbean at large), Nicky's achievements and...
Team Barbados for CCCAN 2019
The Barbados Amateur Swimming Association is pleased to announce our National Team for CCCAN 2019! Our heartiest congratulations to the athletes representing Barbados in Water Polo, Artistic Swimming, Open Water & Swimming! Dates of Competitions: SWIMMING: June...
Team Barbados for Carifta 2019
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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