Guy is moving on in search of a new training stimulus after a near seven-year stint at Bath under coaches Jol Finck and Dave McNulty.
Southam is riding some momentum after a strong showing at the Aussie Age Championships that included resetting his lifetime best in the 200 free (1:46.24).
The Nunawading Swimming Club located in Victoria, Australia has announced that Jol Finck has been appointed as the Director of Coaching.
British freestyler Matt Richards, the 100m free gold medalist at last year’s European Junior Championships, is moving to Bath.
Check out who is moving where within British Swimming now that the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japa have been postponed until July 2021.
The University of Stirling has gained another member of its stacked stable, as English freestyler Cameron Kurle is making a move.
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.
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.
Swim England has announced the first four coaches who will head out to the Gold Coast in April for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Coaches Mike Taylor and Andrew Wallace will join the British National Centres in Bath and Loughborough.
Catch up with British Olympian James Guy in his new training home of Bath.
Graeme Antwhistle, who has coached Jazmin Carlin, will be joining the Swim Wales coaching staff.
The British Swimming federation has announced a new structure for its National Centres and the coaches leading them. Most notably, highly-decorated coach Melanie Marshall, who coached world record-shattering breaststroker Adam Peaty, will take over the Loughborough National Centre.