Masters competitions

Swim England East Region runs an annual Masters Swimming Championships and a Masters Inter-County Competition.

There are also a number of club and county events that run throughout the year, as well as international competitions such as European and World Masters events.

Swim England East Region Masters Championships 2024

Date: TBC

Time: TBC

Venue: TBC

Masters Championships Conditions 2023

Updated Masters Championships Schedule

Masters Championships Programme

Accepted Entries

If you would like to volunteer as a Technical Official or a poolside volunteer at the Masters Championships please click here

Masters Inter-County Competition

Date: 12th November 2023

Time: 1pm – 5pm

Venue: Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre

Entries: Inter-County teams are put together by the Masters Swimming Manager for each county association.

Swim England Transgender and Non-Binary Competition Policy

This will come into effect from events from 1st September 2023.

For further discipline information please see the Swim England website 

Other Masters Meets 

Essex Masters 2023

West Suffolk Masters 2023

Newmarket Masters 2023

Officiating at Masters Events

Applications for qualified licensed officials to officiate at Regional galas are coordinated through David Metcalf.  If you wish to be on a circulation list for future Regional events please Click here. The County circulations lists are at the bottom of the officials page

For opportunities to volunteer as a poolside helper or a technical official at swimming regional events please click here

Swim England East Region has a Swimming Officials Group that co-ordinates training for officials in the Region.

Masters Decathlon

British Swimming Masters Decathlon. The British Swimming Masters Decathlon is a true test of versatility over the course of the season. Swimmers’ performances from Masters competitions throughout the year are assigned points.

The East Region decathlon results are taken from the National Decathlon results at the end of each year.

The top male and top female (highest points for the 10 strokes they have chosen) receive a cup. 1st, 2nd and 3rd male and female receive cups, the male team and female team members each  receive medals.

The team points are the combined total of the best four male or female swimmers’ points for a club.

There’s a more detailed explanation at