Swim Smooth are proud to have been selected as Coaching Consultants to the British Triathlon Federation Find out more
about swim smooth
Hi there and welcome to Swim Smooth! You know, when I left England in 2001 and became head coach to Australia's largest triathlon club, I encountered a frustrating problem. I felt we were doing a great job of improving our swimmers' strokes and were getting some brilliant race results but there was never enough time to properly explain the methods we were using to our squad swimmers.
My solution was to produce our first Stroke Correction DVD and Swim Smooth was born. It was an instant hit with our swimmers and then with a wider audience around the world.
That was way back in 2004. Since then as Swim Smooth has grown, we've been careful to nurture what's important to us: an individual approach to stroke correction (because everyone's bodies vary considerably, as you might have noticed!); an open minded sharing philosophy (please take a good look around the site); and a solid foundation of coaching methods from elite swimming and triathlon. But our greatest goal is true to the original concept: to clearly show you, the swimmer, how to improve your swimming whatever your level.
I have a request for you: if you enjoy and benefit from Swim Smooth, please spread the word about us. If you have any suggestions, queries or feedback for the Swim Smooth team, please write to us at email@example.com - we'd love to hear from you.
swim smooth are official coaching consultants to the BTF
The BTF recognises Swim Smooth's expertise in stroke correction and squad training
BTF Announcement October 2010
Swim Smooth are very pleased to announce they have been appointed Swimming Coaching Consultants to the British Triathlon Federation (BTF).
In this unique role we work closely with the BTF to develop their Coach Education Programmes and deliver advanced level coaching courses to their coaches.
What does this mean to you, the swimmer? You can be assured we offer world class stroke correction methods as recognised by the UK's triathlon governing body. These methods are embedded in the Swim Type System and every Swim Type Guide.