James Guy Butterfly Race Clinic

James Guy Butterfly Race Clinic

07:30 to 16:00, 14 April 2024
The King's School Macclesfield, Macclesfield

We could not be more excited for James to lead his first butterfly race clinic.

As an Olympic and World Champion, James will share lots of powerful insights and tips to support swimmers looking to move their swimming forwards and will no doubt inspire you with his incredible swimming journey that spans more than a decade!


James Guy MBE

James has been a mainstay of the GB Team for many years now, winning his first international senior medal in 2013. Since then, he has amassed five Olympic medals, including two gold, eleven World Championship medals, including five golds, and a World Record to complete the set. His passion for the sport is infectious and his story is hugely inspiring.

Ed Baxter

During his career, Ed was Youth Commonwealth Champion, Multiple British Champion & Record Holder as well as being English Senior Short Course Champion all over the 200-meter breaststroke. Ed was Adam Peaty’s training partner for 5 years and now acts as one of his support coaches.

Rob Norman

Rob is a very experienced swimming specific Strength and Conditioning Coach who has a wealth of knowledge around how to best compliment the metres done in the pool with a truly World Class Dry Strength and Conditioning Programme. After working with British Swimming from 2017 to 2023, Rob is now Adam Peaty’s personal Strength and Conditioning Coach

Tom Bates

For nearly two decades Tom has been studying and applying his knowledge of performance psychology all over the world through various sports. Pro athletes and club level swimmers alike engage with his unique mentality towards performing and winning. Tom has a way of engaging everyone that he speaks to you so you feel like you are on the edge of your seat with his revolutionary ideas of how swimmers can unlock their minds to help them get the most out of the pool.

Kevin Pickard

Kevin has worked in the swimming space now for close to 20 years, supporting swimmers, coaches, and parents. His specialism is insights into the hurdles that parents face along the journey, and across the parent station at the Race Clinic, parents will have extensive opportunities to ask questions and explore the challenges they are facing.

There will also be several support staff including team managers, support coaches and media representatives.