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2022 Swammy Awards: British Coach of the Year – Dave Hemmings

The lead man at the Loughborough National Centre, Hemmings led the likes of James Wilby, Abbie Wood and Molly Renshaw to successful years.


Tom Dean Ready To Race In Budapest With 200 Free Target On His Back

Olympic champion Tom Dean says of Budapest, “It’s the first time I’ll be stepping on the world stage with a target on my back.”


2021 Swammy Awards: British Coach of the Year, Dave McNulty

Dave McNulty coached 5 swimmers from Team Great Britain to Olympic medals, including Tom Dean’s win in the 200m freestyle.


Dave McNulty Recognized As BSCA Coach Of The Year

The British Swim Coaches Association (BSCA) recently awarded its annual honors for coaches both old and new who have made notable impacts on the sport.

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Tom Dean “Ho Avuto Il Covid Due Volte Volevo Solo Una Corsia a Tokyo”

Tom Dean parla del 200 stile di domenica e di quanto fosse inaspettato per lui dopo aver avuto il Covid 2 volte negli ultimi 8 mesi

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Tom Dean Had COVID Twice in Leadup to Racing Under British 200 Free Record

Tom Dean had COVID twice, including a severe case around New Years, before swimming under the British Record in the 200 free and onto th Olympic Team.


2020 Swammy Awards: Dave McNulty Earns British Coach Of The Year

National Training Centre Bath’s Dave McNulty, coach of Freya Anderson and Tom Dean, is the winner of the 2020 Swammy Award for British Coach of the Year.


SwimSwam’s Official 2020 Swammy Awards Index

2020 was a really hard year for swimmers, and everyone else. See who made the best of it and are honored with our 2020 Swammy Awards.


British Backstroking Champion Fullalove Retires Pre-Tokyo

This week British backstroking ace Jessica Fullalove made the decision to hang up her goggles and retire from competitive swimming.

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European Junior Champion Matt Richards Making The Move To Bath

British freestyler Matt Richards, the 100m free gold medalist at last year’s European Junior Championships, is moving to Bath.


Coronavirus Hits Home For Commonwealth Games Medalist Holly Hibbott

The coronavirus pandemic hit very close Commonwealth Games medalist Holly Hibbott, as the 20-year-old’s mother was diagnosed with the condition two weeks ago.

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Freya Anderson Talks Move To Bath & Her Most Hated Dryland

Take a listen to what 19-year-old Freya Anderson has to say about her move to Bath and how she’s staying fit these days.

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Anderson & Hibbott Among British Swimmers Making NTC Moves

Check out who is moving where within British Swimming now that the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japa have been postponed until July 2021.


Olympian Cameron Kurle Digs In At Stirling For Lead-Up To Tokyo Olympics

The University of Stirling has gained another member of its stacked stable, as English freestyler Cameron Kurle is making a move.

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World Champion James Guy Changes Coaches 1 Year Out From Tokyo

With less than a year to go until the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, British dynamo James Guy has decided to change primary coaches.