Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Swimmers Touch Down in La Loma

The second in a series of 10 high altitude camps in the lead up the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games has kick started a new year of training for 15 British swimmers.

The group, comprising of swimmers from across the British Swimming podium and podium potential performance programmes, will spend three weeks at the La Loma Altitude Training Center in central Mexico.

Each camp on the road to Tokyo will target 200m plus event swimmers with an optimal age and performance profile targeting the Tokyo Games as well as those with a proven record of podium level performance continuing beyond Rio 2016.

Athletes attending the La Loma Camp:

Charlie Attwood – National Centre Bath

Jack Burnell – National Centre Loughborough

Jazz Carlin – National Centre Bath

Luke Davies – City of Birmingham

Tom Derbyshire – National Centre Bath

Jessica Fullalove – National Centre Bath

Caleb Hughes - National Centre Loughborough

Danielle Huskisson – University of Stirling

Daniel Jervis – City of Swansea Aquatics Club

Joe Litchfield – City of Sheffield

Ross Murdoch – University of Stirling

Rosie Rudin – City of Sheffield

Tim Shuttleworth – National Centre Loughborough

Andrew Willis – National Centre Bath

Abbie Wood – National Centre Loughborough


Article courtesy of British Swimming
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