About British Finswimming Association
The British Finswimming Association (BFA) was formed in 1999 following the creation of the British Underwater Sports Association in 1998 as a body to represent British underwater sports to the Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques (CMAS) following the expulsion of the BSAC as the CMAS affiliate for the UK. BFA’s membership of the SAA entitles it to compete in international competitions conducted under the auspices of CMAS. The BFA is club-based organisation managed on a day-to-day basis by an executive committee. Its services include the provision of public liability insurance and access to a coaching program.