Adam Peaty coaches up-and-coming swimming stars at Winchester … – Hampshire Chronicle

A WORLD champion swimmer has coached the next generation of talented athletes at an event at Winchester.
As previously reported, three-time Olympic gold medallist and eight-time world champion Adam Peaty brought his AP Race Clinic to Winchester Sports and Leisure Centre on Friday, August 11.
The 50m and 100m world-record holder was joined by his support team as they coached young swimmers from across the county.
Hampshire Chronicle: Children across the county had the opportunity to be coached by Adam Peaty and his teamChildren across the county had the opportunity to be coached by Adam Peaty and his team (Image: Everyone Active)Four stations were set up on the day of the event, three for swimmers and one for parents, as well as a gym and racing edge stations, where attendees could receive expert advice from a strength and conditioning coach and a psychologist.
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To finish the event Adam gave a presentation on his career, the lessons he has learnt and how he has managed to maintain his success.
Speaking before the event, Alison Lewis, Everyone Active’s area contract manager, said: “We are hugely excited to welcome Adam and his team to Winchester Sport and Leisure Park. This is a fantastic opportunity for promising swimmers from the local community to receive the best possible training and advice.
Hampshire Chronicle: The clinic was attended by dozens of children and their familiesThe clinic was attended by dozens of children and their families (Image: Everyone Active)“Adam’s incredible achievements in swimming speak for themselves and for swimmers, parents and coaches to learn from him in our state-of-the-art facility is too good an opportunity to miss.”
Founded in 2019, AP Race Clinics aims to inspire swimmers, parents and coaches.
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