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Alice Dearing: Being Britain’s black swimmer

11:05:13 26.08.2020 posted by admin at 11:05:13 26.08.2020
Tags Diversity,Inclusion
Open water swimmer Alice Dearing is often asked the same questions about being the black swimmer from Britain. According to figures from Sport England, 95% of black adults and 80% of black children in England do not swim. Meanwhile just 1% of registered competitive swimmers with Swim England identify as black or mixed race. Those numbers mean that 23-year-old Alice has essentially become …
Categories: GeneralOpen Water

World Swim Gala 2020

14:14:49 09.07.2020 posted by admin at 14:14:49 09.07.2020
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If you weren't able to make it to the World Swim Gala on 18 April 2020, don't worry! Watch this recording of the gala held on Zoom by MySwimPro. Experience the fun, including keynote speeches from 4 x Olympic medallist, former World record holder and now General Manager of the International Swimming League's DC Trident, Kaitlin Sandeno, and 3 x Olympic gold medallist and International …
Categories: General

Club Natters Episode 8

11:09:34 06.07.2020 posted by admin at 11:09:34 06.07.2020
Tags LGBT+, Participation, Inclusion
This episode of Club Natters, the audio podcast from Sport England's Club Matters, explores LGBT+ participation in clubs. Jamie Hooper (Senior Equality and Diversity Manager at Sport England), Lou Englefield (Director at Pride Sports) and Tom Oliver (Project Officer at Living Sport) discuss the key insight around barriers, enablers and share top tips around what you can do …
Categories: General

Interview with Euan Dale

16:19:25 04.06.2020 posted by admin at 16:19:25 04.06.2020
Tags Philosophy,Olympics,LTAD
London 2012 Olympians Amy Smith and Joe Roebuck are committed to giving back to swimming and formed Swim Swift Elite to maximise swimmer potential. GB 2008 Olympian, Commonwealth & European Silver medalist and now Director of Swimming at Millfield School, Euan Dale, talks to Swim Swift Elite in episode 10 of their podcast. The interview covers his athlete to coach journey, the pastoral …
Categories: Coaching

Leadership Lessons for the Next Generation of Millennials

20:00:15 21.05.2020 posted by admin at 20:00:15 21.05.2020
Tags Leadership
In this episode of The Fitness Business Podcast hosted by Chantal Brodrick, author of "Permission to Screw Up", Kristin Hadeed, shares some leadership lessons for the next generation of millennials. Kristen Hadeed has fostered a unique perspective on leadership, organizational culture and engaging the next generation. She imagines a world in which all organizations have cultures …
Categories: General
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