Peaty, Process and Project 56

In interviews ahead of the European Championships, Adam Peaty admitted that talk of a 56 second swim had been banned. “The past year I’ve been obsessed by that” he said “and it’s almost had a negative effect on my training.” Sports psychologist Helen Davis explores what that change of emphasis did for Adam and what it could do for your swimming.

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New Year, New Kit: Budget Jammers

It’s possible to spend upwards of £300 on a suit for racing in if you want to get the very latest in technology. But do you need to? Certainly if you want to be at the bleeding edge then yes you do, but for most swimmers, that’s not essential. So what happens if you come down the price range? I tested two suits from the budget end of the market to answer that exact question.

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