Athlete first, swimmer second - Fred Vergnoux

67 minutes

Frenchman Frédéric Vergnoux is no stranger to success. Under his guidance over 244 individual records have been broken and Olympic champions have been made – most notably Spain’s first ever female Olympic swimming champion, Mireia Belmonte. With nearly 20 years’ experience in swim coaching, the former British Swimming Men’s Head Coach has applied his invaluable knowledge in his most recent position at the Royal Spanish Swimming Federation (RFEN) to great effect.

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