Wraysbury Open Water Swim Training

Once upon a time, I'd be asleep at 7am on a Sunday morning the inevitable hangover waiting to pounce. Now, I'm on an early train heading for Wraysbury Dive Centre to coach recreational and triathlete swimmers. Such is the attraction of open water swimming.

I'll be supporting Serpentine swim coach, Stephanie Ellis working with swimmers to improve their open water confidence, safety, sighting, drafting, swimming in a group, turning, entry and exits.

It's very intimidating at first but with time and the right support swimming in fresh non-chlorinated waters makes the Sunday morning effort worthwhile. In fact, I find it difficult to get back in the pool during the week.

If you'd like to try open water swimming at a location around London then drop me a line.


  • I miss Wraysbury and mad Steph. It is just too far now. I'm going up to Redricks lakes in Essex this weekend to give that a try.

    Posted Tuesday, 24th May 2011 by Phil N

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