Easter 2017 Swim Camp


Very exciting news! We are holding another two day swim camp at Welbeck Defense College, Leicestershire, this Easter holidays, come and join us!

The camp will be held on the 8th & 9th of April and will cover all 4 strokes over the 2 day camp, including live demonstrations.

There will also be land based sessions focusing on pre-pool work and injury prevention, and classroom sessions where swimmers will be able to get involved and ask Amy and Joe any questions they may have.

The camp will cost £75 per day, and you will get a free Swim Swift Elite swim cap. You will be able to attend either one or both days.

If you would like to sign up for the camp or would like any more information, please get in touch either by email at info@swimswiftelite.co.uk or by phone on 07815 021591.

Not long to go to secure your place! We hope to see you there! See more Swim Camp Information here.


Swim Camps 2017

After the success of the inaugural Swim Camp in September 2016, INCroatia is teaming up again with Swim Swift Elite and Jamieson Swimming (Michael Jamieson) to host the Easter Camp 2017.

Working with Olympian, World, European and Commonwealth medal winners, young swimmers (aged 13 to 19) will immerse themselves in a world of elite swimming techniques while improving already acquired ones.

Sign up, perfect your swimming technique during this memorable week in Croatia!

Price: 610 EUR per person (10% discount for returning swimmers).

Check out the video here!



International School Moshi.

This was one of the very best highlights we have had so far! What a fantastic experience for us to venture out to the exciting continent of Africa! This venture all started with a keen swimming parent asking about our interest to work with the schools swimming team. After finding out more information we jumped at the chance.

Set on the foothills and in plain sight of Kilimanjaro we were welcomed into the school by the extremely friendly and enthusiastic staff. Each morning at 5.30am (before the Sun had risen) we had made our way to the pool to begin land training with the senior team and then into the pool for a training session before school started at 7.35am. The morning swim was designed for more rigorous sets, tapping into different energy systems and testing stroke mechanics and technique. The afternoon practice was for stroke demonstrations from Amy & Joe and was more technique focused, with each day examining on one particular stroke. The junior swimmers we met once a day and had a mix of the two types of workouts in their daily session, and both groups added dryland training in order to strengthen muscles associated with swimming and increase flexibility.

This alone we enjoyed immensely, seeing these swimmers learn new skills and techniques and surprise themselves with how much they could physically and mentally improve. We were hugely impressed by how much they raised their game, training 8 times in 4 days plus land work! Well done!

Over the four days we were in the school we stood up in front of every student in the school in a mixture of assemblies and classroom visits. Sharing our journeys, values, highs and lows. This was really well received by all age groups and we were very impressed by the level of excitement, attention, interaction and manners from the students.

We loved every minute of our visit and would like to say a special thanks to Mary Fitzpatrick, Annalee & Bob Horton and Ryan Sullivan for all their efforts to make this happen!

Hope to see you all next year!


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Sheffield Celebration of Sport Evening

It was an honour and a pleasure to be invited to attend Sheffield’s Celebration of Sport Evening to celebrate the city’s past, present & future sporting successes! More than a 1000 guests were in attendance including World and Olympic champions. The inaugural Olympic Legacy Park event was hosted by BBC Look North’s Harry Gration and took place on the very track where our Olympic golden girl Jessica Ennis-Hill trained in the Indoor Athletics Arena at the English Institute of Sport. Speakers such as World Champion boxer Anthony Joshua & Olympic & World Champion Jessica Ennis-Hill, among many others, made it a spectacular event to be a part of!

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Louth Swimming Club.

In September, we travelled over to Louth. It was Joe’s first visit to this club, and by working with 2 different groups, we got to see lots of Louth Dolphins swimmers. It was great to see how many of the swimmers at Louth took to Butterfly so naturally, and picked up the drills we taught them so well. Some are quite tough, but every swimmer gave them a go. Everyone did a fantastic job and we hope they enjoyed the visit as much as we did.

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Worcester County Development Day.

Our 4th visit to Worcester County was held at Malvern College, what a fantastic facility and exciting day! This time we worked on Breaststroke and Freestyle with the swimmers in the pool, and again tried some land training techniques that we used to use as athletes ourselves. We also tested out the swimmers artistic skills by getting them to draw what their journey to success would look like, including barriers they may come across along the way. We had a great time working with everyone again, and a big thank you to Trixie for inviting us to be part of this development day.


Rio de Janeiro

Amy had the incredible opportunity to travel to Rio de Janeiro with the Para-triathlon team for the Paralympic games in September. Her role was general team support and working alongside the Physiotherapist as the soft tissue therapist. There was an initial holding camp using the fantastic facilities in Belo Horizonte, where the athletes completed their final preparations leading into the Games. With this being the first time that triathlon has been part of the Paralympic Games, there was a huge buzz of excitement on the team when travelling into Rio. With the race site being along Copacabana beach, there couldn’t have been a more picturesque & bustling setting for the athletes to make their debut. The team came away with 4 very much deserved medals, and also some unfortunately close 4ths & 5ths. It was a hugely successful debut Paralympic performance for the team, they all did a fantastic job and should be very proud. The visit was topped off with a last minute visit to Sugar Loaf Mountain and possibly to most stunning views of Copacabana beach. It was a fantastic experience which brought back some fond memories of competing myself in London 4 years earlier.


Abingdon Camp August

We always have a great time running our two day technical camps. The staff and facilities are amazing which is why we continue to use this brilliant venue at Abingdon School. We received some lovely feedback from parents and swimmers alike. All four strokes were covered over the four pool sessions as well as our thoughts and journeys through swimming. Sharing our skills and experiences with the swimmers and seeing it make a difference with their techniques and enthusiasm for the sport keeps our passion for these camps running high!


INCroatia Swim Camp 28.08 – 03.09.2016

Swim Swift Elite have teamed up with Michael Jamieson (London 2012 Olympic Silver Medallist) and INCROATIA to invite you to seven unforgettable days at the five-star spa, Aqua-Vivae.

This camp is organized for competitive swimmers aged 13-17 years.

Participants will immerse themselves in a world of elite swimming techniques whilst staying at “Aqua-Viva”, the largest pool complex in Croatia complete with advanced medicinal thermo-mineral water, modern-glass architecture, and rejuvenating spa facilities. It sits in the charming Krapinske Toplice, a village etched with vibrant greenery and crystal clear water. Participants can spend their free time exploring the Aqua park under constant surveillance by the camp leaders and INCroatia’s professional staff. Campers can also take a trip to the interactive museum, Krapina Neanderthal.

Extremely affordable prices for this 7 days camp will include, 6 nights accommodation, 3 buffet meals a day, 2 training session/day led by Olympians Joe Roebuck & Michael Jamieson, excursion to the Neanderthal museum, & English-language classes and appropriate non-swimming programs outside of practices.

For more information and to sign up please check out the link below.



Abingdon Swim Camp August 2016!

Swim Swift Elite are delighted to announce the next swim camp they are running this year. It is to be our third camp held at Abingdon School. The fantastic world class facilities provided make it an easy decision to host this year’s summer camp there again!

The camp will be held on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th August, 2016.

Its Just £75.00 per day for this amazing experience.

Technical work on all four strokes will be covered as you learn from two Olympians, whilst trying some exciting drills. Improve your performances both in and out of the pool!

You’ll even receive a free swim cap!

For more information, please look at our ‘Swim Camps’ page, or contact us with any questions. Limited spaces available, book yours now!