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Our Coaches
Head Coach​ - Mackinh


I have been involved with and committed to this team since 2010. My aim is to improve and refine the skills of our young swimmers and, even more importantly, develop their confidence in the water. I believe that anyone has the capability to become a great swimmer, what matters most is the effort that they put in.
I place great importance on demonstrating the correct technique for each stroke and ensuring it is always used, so that our swimmers are able to excel in the pool. The commitment they demonstrate in training will be matched by my commitment to them, and together we will challenge their abilities and keep pushing the limits of what they can achieve.

Top Squad coach - Tony

I have been in coaching roles for a combined 8 years and been involved in various swimming clubs as coach and swimmer from the age of 7. 
My aim is to develop a complete competitive squad of county and regional swimmers, whilst maintaining high moral within the club for parents and swimmers alike.

I have been fortunate enough to work with and be coached by international coaches and I would love to give every swimmer the opportunities that I had. 
The memories, friendships, happiness and self confidence that a swimming club can provide is priceless, therefore my main aim is to ensure that every swimmer goes away with all of these things and more! 

Development Coach​ - James

My background is in competitive swimming and triathlon, racing at Age Group, Senior, and BUCS levels of competition. I've had the chance to be coached by world-class coaches in the US and the UK and I bring this first hand experience to my own coaching.

I've been an ASA Swimming Teacher since 2012 and have been a Swim England Swimming Coach since 2020. I'm able to use these two skill sets to develop swimmers, building a strong technique and stamina base. As Head of Development Squad I'm focused on helping every swimmer reach their individual goals. I support swimmers in being confident enough to enter their first galas and help those competing regularly build up the skills they need to succeed.

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