Win a masterclass with Olympian Keri-anne Payne
24 March 2014
Although many people imagine what it would be like to meet an Olympian, very few consider the experience of being coached by a world class athlete.
This spring we are giving one lucky club or swim school the chance to win an exclusive training masterclass with Keri-anne Payne, spending a day learning hints and tips on how to improve stroke techniques and develop skills in their club or school’s training pool.
Keri-anne Payne is one of the most inspirational swimmers to have competed in the Olympic Games, though today she spends a lot of her time preparing and competing in marathon open water swims.
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Open water swimming is unlike any other form of swimming, removing all of the barriers for an athlete and allowing them the freedom to have a new adventure every time they get in the water. It presents whole new set of challenges for a swimmer, with currents, adverse weather conditions and, especially in the UK, colder water temperatures to contend with.
Whether you are learning to swim, developing your technique or preparing to compete in your next big event, there really are few athletes better than Keri-anne to train with. She won a silver medal for Team GB in the 10km Open Water event in the 2008 Summer Olympics, and also became the World 10k Open Water champion...twice!
As well as a training masterclass, the lucky club or swim school will also benefit from a professional photo shoot which will capture the inspiring memories with Keri-anne for your school to treasure for years to come. It will be a masterclass you won’t forget thanks to these action-packed shots.
Plus get a £250 Speedo voucher!
If that isn’t enough, we are also giving away a £250 Speedo voucher which you can use to buy you and your teammates Speedo swimwear and equipment to make sure you stand out on the blocks!
Feeling enticed yet? For your chance to win this exclusive day with Olympic silver medallist Keri-anne Payne, simply enter our prize draw before Sunday 20th April 2014.