George Bovell returns to the ADN Swim Project to train for 2015 FINA World Championships

George Bovell is an Olympic star, with four Olympic Games participations in a row. He is the most respected & inspirational sportsman for Trinidad & Tobago, with Olympic bronze in the Athens 2004 Olympic Games and bronze in Barcelona 2013 World Championships. Above all, George is a great friend of ADN Swim Project.

ADN Swim Project is proud to announce the arrival of George Bovell to Caserta who joins the group of Andrea Di Nino preparing for Kazan 2015 World Championships.

Bovell (31) the first and so far only swimmer with an Olympic medal for his country, says:

I am very excited and grateful for the opportunity to visit and  join some of the best coaches and swimmers in the world as we team up and work towards our common goals of being the best we can be. I am hoping to learn what works for others and to share what I believe works for me in a unique synergistic environment.”

George Bovell, a 3-time Olympian, during warmups of the 2012 RCP Tiburon Sprint Classic. (Photo Credit: Mike Lewis,

George Bovell (Photo Credit: Mike Lewis,

Andrea Di Nino is also happy to work with Bovell once again, “I’ve known George since 2004 and know that ADN and its technical goals represent a point of reference for him. Working with such an inspirational athlete is for us a source of pride and another proof of the good work done during the last 10 years of ADN’s life. I am certain that the spirit and charisma of George Bovell will positively affect the whole group of athletes, carrying another charge of enthusiasm for Kazan 2015“

Swimming News is courtesy of the ADN Swim Project.

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