Media

Home > Resources > Media

Tim Reddish OBE

Unable to display podcast. Please use an external player
Play video in an external player
Information
Date 07.01.2012
Length 4 Minutes 58 Seconds
Author Nottingham City Council
Description Nottingham born Tim Reddish was elected as Chairman of ParalympicsGB in November 2008. He has competed in swimming at three Paralympic Games - Barcelona, Atlanta and Sydney - amassing five medals in the process. He was appointed Performance Director of British Disability Swimming in April 2003. Great Britain won more medals (52) than any other nation in the pool in Athens and Tim was shortlisted for the BBC's Coach of the Year Award in 2004 in recognition of his contribution to that success. In this interview, Tim talks about his career history and highlights as his reaction to the 2012 Games being hosted in London.
Filesize 0 Bytes
Played 575

Other podcasts

Cold water winter swimming at Portishead Open Air Pool

Cold water winter swimming at Portishead Open Air Pool

An interview with Radio Bristol on 6 September 2014, accompanied with a slideshow from Portishead Lido's photo album - some photographs (copyright) courtesy of kaycornwell.com and bryanfarrell.co.uk. Portishead Open Air Pool introduced a cold water swimming session on Saturday mornings from 9am to midday when the pool closes for the season at the end of September. If it proves popular, they are hoping to have a Christmas Day swim as well
SASP Valuing Volunteers Day 2014

SASP Valuing Volunteers Day 2014

Video on the opportunity Somerset ASA publicised for sports volunteers to attend a training day organised by the Somerset Sport & Activity Partnership
James Guy - Rising UK Swim Star

James Guy - Rising UK Swim Star

Millfield teenager James Guy has already impressed the swimming world with his quick times over 400m Freestyle. He is one to watch in the build up to Rio 2016.
Swimsuits and swimming performances

Swimsuits and swimming performances

AIPS / FINA Young reporters in Doha interview representatives in Doha on the importance of swimsuits in the evolution of swimming performances
Alexander Popov

Alexander Popov

AIPS / FINA Young reporters interview Alexander Popov in Doha on promoting swimming to young people & his work with IOC
UN Adviser Wilfried Lemke

UN Adviser Wilfried Lemke

AIPS/FINA Young Reporters in Doha interview Wilfried Lemke, UN Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on sports for Development and Peace, who underlines the importance of swimming and sports for life, especially for females
FINA World Championships 2014 (25m) - Excitement builds

FINA World Championships 2014 (25m) - Excitement builds

AIPS & FINA Young reporters at the Aquatic Centre in Doha
What is Wesport

What is Wesport

This video helps to explain the role of the West of England Sport Trust (Wesport) and gives you some idea of the work it is involved in. If you would like more information please visit http://www.wesport.org.uk.
Liam Willcox - Young Volunteer

Liam Willcox - Young Volunteer

Liam Willcox of Norton Radtsock Swimming Club has not only received deserved recognition for services to aquatics as a Young Volunteer at the 2014 West of England Celebration of Sport Evening , but also at 2014 ASA Aquaforce and Sports Officlals Uk events.
Liam Willcox - A Young Volunteer's Story

Liam Willcox - A Young Volunteer's Story

Liam Willcox from Norton Radstock Swimming Club shares his journey as a Young Volunteer. Somerset County ASA helps affiliated Clubs offer similar development opportunities to their young swimmers,coaches and officials.
Liam Willcox - Invictus Games

Liam Willcox - Invictus Games

Norton Radstock Swimming Club Captain Liam Willcox recalls highlights from 2014 as a Young Volunteer such as the Invictus Games
Continued concern over the quality of school swimming

Continued concern over the quality of school swimming

Despite an increase in the number of pupils leaving primary school able to swim the minimum 25 metres unaided (as recommended in the national curriculum) parents are unaware of the required standard and in many cases their own child’s ability, due to a lack of assessment information
Virtual Trainer Pace Light Demo

Virtual Trainer Pace Light Demo

[from info] To make practices more accurate and more fun. Imagine the fastest swimmer in the world pacing you in practice. Imagine being on exactly the right pace on each and every set. Click and go interface that works with programs like Cool Coach. 6 swimmers in each lane with different color lights can have individual intervals, rest intervals, turn times, and paces for each and every set!
Interview with Adam Scholefield

Interview with Adam Scholefield

Interview with Team GB 2012 Olympic water polo player Adam Scholefield recorded on 12 Oct 2014 at Zoggs UK Oceans of Fun event
Interview with David Annand

Interview with David Annand

Interview with Zoggs UK Marketing & PR Manager David Annand recorded on 12 Oct 2014 at Zoggs UK Oceans of Fun event
Interview with Simone Benhayon

Interview with Simone Benhayon

Interview with Zoggs UK Ambassador, ASA Swimtastic Award winner and SASP Children's Coach of the Year Simone Benhayon recorded on 12 Oct 2014 at Zoggs UK Oceans of Fun event. Simone is the owner of Creative Aquatic in Tytherington
SASA Young Volunteer & Coach Scheme

SASA Young Volunteer & Coach Scheme

Kelly Podbury, Somerset ASA Volunteer Co-ordinator highlights the benefits to both Clubs and the young people enrolled on of the programmes in this interview recorded at Millfield on 5 Oct 2014
Interview with Kelly Podbury

Interview with Kelly Podbury

Interview with Somerset ASA's volunteer co-ordinator recorded during the Development Meet held at Millfield on 5 October 2014
Somerset Community Foundation

Somerset Community Foundation

Tackling disadvantage, strengthening communities and transforming people's lives.
An Introduction to Physical Literacy

An Introduction to Physical Literacy

Ian Freeman explains
Learn to Swim Life Saving Skills Lesson

Learn to Swim Life Saving Skills Lesson

Learn life saving skills from the ASA Learn to Swim course
Colorado Time Systems Train Right System

Colorado Time Systems Train Right System

U.S. Masters Swimming Marketing Coordinator Kyle Deery walks us through the Colorado Time Systems Train Right System and its use as a training aid.
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor Masterclass - Dive Starts

Siobhan-Marie O'Connor Masterclass - Dive Starts

Sky Academy's Siobhan-Marie O'Connor gives her top tips for the dive start.
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor Masterclass - Tumble turn

Siobhan-Marie O'Connor Masterclass - Tumble turn

Sky Academy's Siobhan-Marie O'Connor gives her top tips for the tumble turn
Sky Academy top 5 tips

Sky Academy top 5 tips

Siobhan-Marie O'Connor gives her five top tips to succeed in swimming
Coaches and their Impact on Participation Research

Coaches and their Impact on Participation Research

Video coverage of the recent sports coach UK partner event webinar
Freestyle Swimming Technique - Body Positioning

Freestyle Swimming Technique - Body Positioning

Get faster, fitter, stronger at the pool by improving your swim technique with the series of Speedo Fit videos. Produced with an elite swim coach and filmed in slow motion to help you improve your freestyle: body positioning, kick, stroke and breathing technique.
Jemma Lowe looks forward to Glasgow 2014

Jemma Lowe looks forward to Glasgow 2014

Swimmer Jemma Lowe is looking forward to representing Wales at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. The double Olympian, who transferred to train at British Swimming's National Centre for Swimming at the University of Bath last year, is aiming to add to the bronze medal she won for Wales at the Delhi 2010 Commonwealths. Jemma said Bath is the perfect place for her to train. She said: "I've got everything I need to be the best I can be coming up to the Commowealth Games."
Sports Massage and Soft Tissue Therapy at Team Bath

Sports Massage and Soft Tissue Therapy at Team Bath

Stan Mavridis, Team Bath Sports massage and Soft Tissue Therapist, talks to Team Bath TV about what massage therapy at the Sports training Village can offer the public and their athletes.
England selects nine University of Bath based swimmers for Glasgow 2014

England selects nine University of Bath based swimmers for Glasgow 2014

Nine University of Bath-based swimmers have been named in the England team for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Some return to Commonwealth action after medalling in Delhi four years ago while others will be experiencing their first taste of Commonwealth action. Find out their thoughts and how much they're looking forward to Glasgow 2014 in this Team Bath TV movie.
Media 1 to 30 from 336  [ <<  1 2 3 4  >> ]
 
responsive web design
Printable version  |   Sitemap  |     |   Search  |   Privacy  |    Legal  |   Contact  |