He might be becoming known as a slow starter at major competitions but James Guy demonstrated once again his ability to dig deep when it matters as he helped Great Britain to a final silver at the World Championships.
If James Guy could start major championships the way he finishes them he might have even more than the three world titles already under his belt.
Budapest 2017: Lord of the Rings ‘obsessed’ Guy uses Rivendell scene as world championships inspiration
The Rivendell scene in Lord of the Rings gave birth to one of the most famous internet memes of all time – for James Guy it’s the perfect material to get him pumped to take on the world’s best.
James Guy was desperate to build on a glorious night for Britain in the pool in Budapest but admitted he got his tactics wrong after missing out on the medals on Tuesday.
The next Sir Alex Ferguson? British Para-Swimming’s Rob Greenwood in line for UK Coaching Awards success
British Para-Swimming head coach Rob Greenwood is in line to follow in the footsteps of Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson after being nominated for a top prize at the 2016 UK Coaching Awards.
Four-time Paralympic champion Ellie Simmonds hopes that this year’s games in Rio can emulate the legacy of London 2012.
When Mixed Martial Arts fighter Ronda Rousey recently took to Instagram to apologise for sharing a photograph that ‘was altered without [her] knowing to make [her] arms look smaller’, the old debate about body image in sport reared its ugly head.
Manchester-based Ellie Simmonds, a world and Olympic swimming champion and world record holder, goes back to where she captured the nation’s hearts in 2012 at the London Aquatics Pool for the National Paralympic Day this weekend.
Ellie Simmonds has swapped Loughborough University for the National Performance Centre in Manchester this year as she turns her attentions towards Rio 2016.
Although she’s only lived in Manchester for less than two weeks, four-time Paralympic gold medallist Ellie Simmonds has said she’s settling in well ahead of what could be the biggest 18 months of her career.
Testing the water: Michael Jamieson and other British swimming stars in action at Manchester Aquatics Centre
Jamieson will be joined in the pool by two times Paralympic champion Ellie Simmonds, with the pair expected to draw in the crowds from swimming fans across the country.