Coach Pete

Expert advice for Swimmers, Triathletes, and Coaches

Farewell my faithful readers

Well folks after almost two years of writing this blog, it’s time to pull the plug. I have reached 50,000 readers, something that I am very proud of. I want to thank all of you for your kind comments and support over the years, I hope you have learned a few tips on this great sport of competitive swimming…..sol long for now, see you all on facebook


Swimmingly, Coach Pete

November 14, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Power Set….Check it out

I really like this power set used by the Davie Nadadores Swim Team….Check it out on their web site located on my blog roll…select their site then select their you-tube link on their site choose the power set video, it’s outstanding


November 9, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

998 Days to go…Olympics in England

London 2012 emblem

Our plans

The Olympic Stadium


Construction on the Olympic Park site started ahead of schedule.
Building work is now under way on all of the ‘big five’ venues: the Olympic Stadium, Aquatics Centre, Velodrome, Olympic Village and IBC/MPC.

Soil Remediation Plinth

The ‘big build’

Find out about the work under way  to build the venues in the Olympic Park.

Olympic Stadium - camera three


View the latest images of the Olympic Park site with our webcams.

Sustainability - river


Sustainability has been built into every aspect of London 2012’s plans – from recycling construction materials to inspiring a healthy lifestyle.
Read about plans to ensure that London will be the most sustainable Games to date.

Work has begun at Stratford Regional Station

Stratford Regional Station

A £100m upgrade is trebling the capacity of Stratford Regional Station.
The improvements will allow thousands of spectators to pass through the station during the Games and help the station cater for increased passenger demand in the future.

Park Legacy


All the venues and plans have been designed with long-term use in mind. Find out about the plans for after the Games.

November 2, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment