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  • Swim For Tri

    Swimming coaching, technique and training camps for swimmers of all abilities covering Open Water, Pool & Triathlon.

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    World Class training facilities on Madeira - low cost flights and extensive range of packages to meet all budget needs

  • Best Swim Centre

    The BEST Swim Centre, Mallorca hosts to many club and International teams for warm weather training

  • Embrace Sports

    Running, Triathlon & Cycling combining the best possible training environment with a fun-filled holiday experience

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Which Training Camp is here to help you find the best sports training camps and coaches throughout Europe. The training camps cover a large multitude of disciplines including cycling, running, triathlon, swimming, football, basketball, rugby, athletics and many more.

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Greek Cycle Holidays

Submitted By Malcolm
April 22nd, 2018
Returned home a couple of days ago after spending a week with Greek Cycle Holidays. Excellent accommodation and food. Cycle routes arranged to suit riding ability. Cycled six out of the seven days with one day sightseeing in Athens. An excellent alternative to going to Mallorca year after year. The rides are just as challenging, nice quiet roads and a climate that means you can cycle all year round.

Greek Cycle Holidays

Submitted By Kieth
April 22nd, 2018
Just returned from a week here with another 8 members of the team and loved it, I'd heard so much about this place from the guys who went last year and couldn't wait to get there myself! The villa is excellent and a brilliant place to base yourself....mountains in all directions! Steven is a great host and goes out of his way to look after you, absolute top notch bloke! I'll be back next year.....

Greek Cycle Holidays

Submitted By Josh
April 22nd, 2018
First ever training camp away and for me, was absolutely worth it. Something that will definitely be a yearly ritual from now on. It was both a physical and mental challenge. Physically pushing myself to boundaries I’ve never been. And having the mental capability to carry on when your legs are screaming and can’t take no more! Or at least that’s what happened to my legs after 328miles with 28,000ft of climbing in 7 days. The week was absolutely perfect and is exactly what a training camp should be! First of all, a huge mention to Steven at Greece Cycle Holidays for the opportunity. The effort he goes through is unbelievable! From airport transfers to accommodation, breakfast and dinner (which were phenomenal.) he couldn’t do enough for us, and would highly recommend GCH to anyone! The week seen us climb Evia’s highest mountain, Dirfis, which we climbed twice. The second time being the toughest, from sea level to the top was 3000ft of climbing. And your legs certainly felt it. For me? That was more mentally challenging with the belief and wanting to complete the mountain. Dirfis was our Queen stage which was Day 3. 73 miles and 11,000ft of climbing, only 4 people had ever completed it before. Make that number now 10 as 6 lads from Manilla completed the mountain challenge and smashed it! Chapeau lads! During the week, we also met the local team who we ended up arranging a social ride with. The social ride took place on one of our last days and also the second biggest day for us, day 7! After already having 300 miles in the legs and over 20,000ft of climbing, day 7 seen Manilla and the local Greek team take on Seta mountain. The mountain was 2400ft high and had Evia’s highest village. We met with the team, and within 5 miles we were already starting our climb to the top. The local team set the pace to a high standard (some would call it a smashfest), however after cracking up the mountain, found Manilla first, second and third up to the village and at the cafe! Well done lads! Overall it was an incredible week. I for one surprised myself with how strong I was during the week! Admittedly the last day broke me and I was unable to finish as I could barely turn the pedals, but I took myself to new limits and I’m happy with the performance! The lads looked amazing too, the way they looked? I’m glad I’m in their team racing with them and not against them! Says it all with the amount of KOM’s they’ve stole in Evia! This week for me will be a springboard for the rest of the season, after some strong performances at Croft winter series before coming out? I hope to carry the form on with future races.

Swim Lab Lanzarote

Submitted By James
April 22nd, 2018
Paul is a very knowledgeable, professional, patient and experienced swimming coach who instantly commands the respect of the pupil, which with children is a fantastic skill to have. Paul is also a very personable person who instantly puts you at ease. Our son became so much more confident and relaxed in the pool, which as parents was so wonderful to see.

Swim Lab Lanzarote

Submitted By Simon
April 22nd, 2018
We visited Paul with our 5 year old son (our son has cerebral diplegia (palsy). As with our previous visits I had arranged for him to have 1-2-1 swimming lessons with Paul. In July, 2014 our son was discharged from Great Ormond Street Hospital after undergoing a life changing operation called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR). Our primary aim to come to Lanzarote was to provide our son with a week of rehab with Paul.
	
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