The British Championships that finished last week in Glasgow shaped the home nations’ Commonwealth Games teams and there were some impressive performances for Steve, Katie and Bob to discuss on the podcast.Listen →
Following the conclusion of an exciting NCAA championships in the US, trials season is upon us. Steve, Katie and Bob are on hand to discusss events across the Atlantic along with those coming up in Glasgow, and are joined by someone who knows a bit about US college swimming, NCAA champion and Olympic medallist, Steve Parry.Listen →
It was an amazing day at Ponds Forge in Sheffield as 100 of the country’s finest swimmers took to the water in an attempt to set a world Record for the 100 x 100m freestyle relay in order to raise money for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research. The podcast was there to tell the story as it happened.Listen →
It was a weekend of the highest drama in Glasgow at the Duel in the Pool as the European team fell to the US by a solitary point after a tie breaking medley relay. That and the European Short Course Championships are the topics of conversation for Bob, Katie and Steve.Listen →
The podcast is on the road for this special edition which comes to you from the British Swimming Coaches Association annual conference. The conference gave a chance to speak to England’s Commonwealth Games head coach for 2014, Jon Rudd, as well as Millfield’s Jol Finck who coached James Guy to such an impressive 2013 and Warrender’s Laurel Bailey who guided Craig McNally to some fine performances in Barcelona.