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Portsmouth Swimming Awards …………………………… Has achieved a Bronze Award ……………… ……… Examiner Date ……………… Katy Sexton World Champion Bronze Award The swimmer can successfully complete the following six activities: Jump into water not less than 0.9m deep

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Portsmouth Swimming Awards

……………………………

Has achieved a Bronze Award

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Examiner Date

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Katy Sexton

World Champion

  • Bronze Award

  • The swimmer can successfully complete the following six activities:

  • Jump into water not less than 0.9m deep

  • Put whole face in water and blow bubbles for 5 seconds

  • Put whole face in water and blow 6 consecutive times

  • Kick 10m on front with floatation aids

  • Kick 10m on back with floatation aids

  • Swim 5m on front or back

    The swimmer can successfully complete 2 out of the following 4 activities:

  • Show a swivel entry

  • Push and glide for 5m on front AND back

  • Regain standing position from front and back

  • Hold a motionless float for 5 seconds with or without floatation aids


Portsmouth Swimming Awards

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Has achieved a Silver Award

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Examiner Date

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Katy Sexton

World Champion

  • Silver Award

  • The swimmer can successfully complete the following eight activities:

  • Jump into water not less than 1.2m deep

  • Push and hold glide on front AND back for a minimum of 5 seconds and regain standing position

  • Push and hold glide on front AND back for a minimum of 5 seconds, continue across the width kicking and regain standing position

  • Kick 20m on front with floatation aids

  • Kick 20m on back with floatation aids

  • Kick 10m showing a basic Breaststroke leg action, with or without floatation aids

  • Swim 10m on front and back with arm movement

  • The swimmer can successfully complete 2 out of the following 4 activities:

  • Pick an object up from the bottom of the pool in a minimum depth of 0.9m. Use two hands.

  • Hold a mushroom float for 5 seconds

  • Tread water for a minimum of 10 seconds

  • Scull standing or swimming, showing a ‘figure of 8’ movement six consecutive times


Portsmouth Swimming Awards

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Has achieved a Gold Award

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Examiner Date

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Katy Sexton

World Champion

  • Gold Award

  • The swimmer can successfully complete the following eight activities:

  • Jump into water of at least own height and not less than 1.5m deep

  • Push and hold glide on front for a minimum of 5 seconds and show a forward roll (somersault)

  • Show a head first surface dive

  • Scull head first on back for 5m without kicking, then without touching the bottom swim back to the wall on front.

  • Kick 25m using front crawl legs with a float

  • Kick 25m on back with arms by side

  • Kick 25m showing a basic Breaststroke leg action, with a float

  • Swim a minimum of 25m any style

  • The swimmer may also be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Swim a minimum of 25m front crawl with reasonable technique

  • Swim a minimum of 25m backstroke with reasonable technique

  • Swim a minimum of 25m breaststroke

  • Tread water for a minimum of 30 seconds, with ears above the water


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