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Edward Sinclair - Swimming Coach

  Coaching: Swimming Coach
  Level/rating: Intermediate/Advanced
  Venue: Maximum Performances
  Blog: Follow Edward on Twitter
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Summary

Edward Sinclair swam for Team GB at the 2000 Sydney and 2004 Athens Olympic Games. He also raced and won medals at World and European Championships and he also held the British record of 1.45.81 for the 200 Freestyle.

After retiring (in 2005) from professional swimming Ed began his coaching career at Millfield School, where he also headed the Strength & Conditioning Programme. Currently he runs Maximum Performances and he also is the Head Coach at Teddington Swimming Club. Ed is also involved in the The England National Talent Programme as part of the coaching team.

Coaching

Over the past nine years Edward has coached some of Britain’s most talented young swimmers, including Karl Botha (European Junior Finalist and British Age Group record holder), Georgia Holderness (GB Senior International and World Finalist), James Clarke (double European Junior Finalist), Rob Holderness (European Junior Finalist and World Youth representative), Lucy Titchin ( European Junior representative), Tristan Slater (World Youth Games representative), Amelia Maughan (ranked No. 1 in her age in the world in 2009), James Guy (Multi-World Junior Medalist), Joel Knight (Youth Olympic Champion & Record Holder 1500 and British Record Holder). Ed was also very proud to watch James Disney-May, who he used to coach at Millfield, compete on the highest level during the London 2012 Olympics. 

Ed has many years of experience in coaching and training with triathletes, such as:  Vanessa Raw (GB International), Chris Carter (GB International), Eliza Cottington(International Junior),  Emma Pallant (GB International), Pavan Rooprai (GB International),Stuart Hayes (Olympian 2012) and Michelle Dillon (Olympian 2004).

Many years of competitive swimming at the highest level combined with rich experience in coaching swimmers at all levels equipped Edward with the ability to adapt to the swimmer’s needs and deliver highly focused swimming and swimming specific land training sessions.

Edward's qualifications include;
ASA Level 1 and 2 Swimming Teacher
ASA Club Coaches Level 3
ASA Team Manager
Diploma In Personal Training Level 3
B.W.L.A Award Weight Lifting
Thump Boxing For Fitness Level 1 & 2 Instructor
National Rescue Award NPLQ Lifeguard
BSCA Member
Institute Of Swimming Member
Safety First Aid Qualified II
National Child Protection Award
National Pool Plant Operators Cerificate (CIMSPA)

 

 

 

 

Mark Kleanthous - Swimming Coach

    Coaching: Swimming Coach
  Level/rating: Beginner/Advanced
  Venue: Contact Mark for details of Open-water swim sessions
  Web Site: Find more about Mark
  Twitter: Follow Mark on Twitter
 

    Mark can be contacted here .... 

    Mark can also be found under Triathlon coaches .....

Summary

Mark is a founder member of the British Triathlon Association. Over a 30 year period, he has completed over 400 triathlons, 74 Marathons, 36 IronMan, 2 Double IronMan and 1 Triple IronMan. He holds motivational talks and has found time to write "The Complete Book of Triathlon Training"

Mark's favourite moment; being inside the Olympic Stadium watching Mo Farah win 5,000 metre gold. "The atmosphere was electric, when Mo won, having already won the 10,000 metres, I found it very emotional and goose pimply".

He has recently been helping Sophie Roberts and completed his 36th IronMan in Lake Tahoe where more than 1,000 starters did not finish, making it one of the toughest IronMan.

Coaching

Mark is a qualified Open Water swimming coach as well as being a renowned triathlete and triathlon coach. He has written about the dangers of Open Water swimming and how to calculate Open Water swimming distances

Mark also runs his triathlon camps at Ingrandes, France hosted by Tri-Topia.

Away from the camp he is also available for one on one sessions, offering Triathletes of all standards their own training programs, feedback and explanations behind each session. Regular contact between Mark and the athlete is key, by phone or Skype (which is useful when Mark is away himself competing).

Mark begins with understanding the athlete's current lifestyle and structures a time efficient program. He will also help educate on the latest Nutrition thinking and work on Motivation; as Mark says, "It's going to take a while to change your body. It only takes a split second to change your mind".

Although Mark is a very accomplished Triathlon coach, his knowledge in all three disciplines allows him to a talk in great depth for any one sport.

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Submitted By Nicole
September 22nd, 2019
I’ve just gone for a swim after another 1-2-1 swim coaching session from Karl and I’m delighted to report that I feel like a completely different swimmer! My swim felt effortless and smooth; the opposite from how it used to feel before I received Karl’s coaching. Karl clearly explained to me the areas in which I needed to improve and gave me exercises and drills to work on. By putting into practice what Karl told me I am seeing a huge difference in my swimming. I recommend Karl to anyone looking to improve their swimming, particularly for triathlons. Will be booking another session to have in a few weeks time.

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Submitted By Pam
September 8th, 2019
I have been on many training camps run by Steve Lloyd and have loved each any every one. All have provided a great environment for training hard and having fun. Swimming, running, conditioning and stretching routines are all really good, but it is the biking which is just the best and I am always amazed how quickly my bike fitness and handling improves over a week. Equally importantly, I have a great holiday with good company. I don’t need to look anywhere else for a training camp.

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Submitted By Ben
September 8th, 2019
I had a great time living full-time triathlete life for a week! The camp was very technique focussed, varied, and adapted to different levels. The hotel is in a great location, with safe storage for bikes and plenty of good food. Definitely a must for any triathlete looking to build technique and fitness before the season!

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Submitted By Steve
September 8th, 2019
A great training camp, for me, is a blend of environment, coaching and company. This one works for me, and I am re-booking. There are choices out there, many also good, but when you get that mix just right, well, it works, so you go back. Big year next year and this will help greatly.

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Submitted By Vicky
September 8th, 2019
These training camps have enhanced my love for triathlon and provided me with amazing skills, training, friendships and experiences which I can walk away from the camps knowing I’ve had an amazing time and looking to when I can go again. Excellent coaching which aims to emphasise having fun while completing the training is perfect for these training camps. Some of my best memories from the sport are from these camps, I cannot recommend them enough.
	
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