“The performances in the relays show how the depth of the team has moved on, but also it shows the collective responsibility of the team.” – Bill Furniss
British Swimming has announced its staff of 8 swimming coaches set to take on key roles with Team GB during the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.
British Swimming has revealed its selection policy for determining the coaches joining the team for next year’s Olympic Games.
Based on their performances at the 2019 British Swimming Championships, a 25-strong squad has been selected to represent Great Britain at the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju, Korea this summer. Look for follow-up posts giving more insight into the team members.
British Swimming head coach Bill Furniss collected his OBE on Tuesday.
Ben Higson of the University of Stirling will now be headed to Swim Ireland, taking on the role of National Senior Team Head Coach and Head Coach of the National Centre, Dublin.
Both Jazz Carlin and Aimee Willmott have opted to withdraw from the British World Championship team.
James Guy and the British World Championship team are set to compete in Rome at the Sette Colli Trophy.
British Swimming Head Coach Bill Furniss has been awarded an OBE in recognition of his dedication to sport in a…
Coaches Mike Taylor and Andrew Wallace will join the British National Centres in Bath and Loughborough.
On the agenda for the British World Championship team will be the Japan Open in mid-May.
Block off your schedule to watch some of the world’s fastest swimmers at the 2017 British National Championships.
Great Britain has named a 16-person roster for the 2016 Short Course World Championships, though that group will not include Olympic champion breaststroker Adam Peaty.
British Swimming Coaches Association (BSCA) Conference will be held September 23rd-25th.
UK Sport predicts that they will see their best results at an away Games and are aiming to beat the number of medals they earned in London…