Andi Manley

Great Britain’s Alice Dearing Already Eyeing Paris 2024

24-year-old Alice Dearing of Great Britain is taking her 19th place finish in the women’s open water race in Tokyo as a learning experience for Paris 2024.

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Quick Review Of Loughborough Training Groups

Having a hard time keeping your favorite swimmers’ training homes straight? We’ve got you covered with Loughborough, at least.


Loughborough University Allows 19 Elite Swimmers To Return To Training

It’s still unclear who the 19 swimmers are, but Loughborough has confirmed that they encouraged their swimmers “not post on social media” about their return


Louise Hansson To Pursue Master’s, Train At Loughborough In The Fall

Hansson, a three-time NCAA champion, will move to Loughborough to train for two years while pursuing her Master’s Degree in International Business.


European Champion Andreas Vazaios To Join Loughborough University Next Season

Vazaios will join coaches Ian Hulme and Andi Manley in Loughborough while pursuing his Master’s degree after spending the last four years at NC State.


Loughborough Swimming Signs with Performance Swimwear Brand arena

Performance swimwear manufacturer, arena, has signed a multi-year deal with Loughborough Swimming, the UK’s leading university swim team.

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Andi Manley Steps Up To Loughborough’s Director Of Swimming

Loughborough Sport dipped into its alumni base to appoint its new Director of Swimming, as Andi Manley will be taking the reins of the storied program.


British Para-Swimming Announces Performance Squads For 2017

A group of 49 athletes has been selected to join the British Para-Swimming Podium (13), Podium Potential (18) Programme and…

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Manley Leaves Ontario Swimming Academy

Swim Ontario has announced that Andi Manley, the Head Coach of the Ontario Swimming Academy, will be leaving his position due to family related issues…

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Will Molly Renshaw Be Left At Home Again?

After being left out of her home country’s Olympics in 2012, Molly Renshaw, after swimming a lifetime best, 10th-in-the-world 2:23.56 in the 200 breast, may be left out of the Olympic team yet again.