Developing today the swimmers of tomorrow
SwimPath's team includes swimmers who have competed at the highest level for many years. They all want to give back to the sport they love and alongside SwimPath, provide SwimCamps and Swim Clinics to help young swimmers improve their technique and offer guidance on how people can reach swimming greatness!
Check out our team's profiles -
Jemma Lowe - SwimPath Director.
Jemma Lowe is one of Team GB’s most successful swimmers, competing and winning medals internationally for over a decade. Jemma competed at 2 Olympic Games, Beijing 2008 & London 2012 for 100m & 200m Butterfly. Throughout her career Jemma won 5 world short course medals, been European champion twice, broke a world record, commonwealth record, European record and British records! Jemma still holds the British Record in 200m Butterfly short course, which she set in 2012 in a time of 2:03.19 seconds in 200m Butterfly. Jemma is now giving back to the sport of swimming and supporting the up and coming generation of swimmers. Swimpath with Jemma offer swim clinics/camps, coach/club mentoring, one to one technique sessions with swimmers and advise on what it takes to make an Olympic Games!
Thomas Haffield - Swimpath Pro
Welsh swimmer Thomas Haffield broke through in 2005, winning his first British medal with 400m Individual Medley bronze then landing the same result on his European Junior Championship debut in Budapest. The following season, he made his Commonwealth debut, reaching the 400m IM final and finishing sixth in Melbourne. He won his first British title with 400m IM gold in 2008 and made his Olympic debut four months later at Beijing 2008.In 2009, he defended his British title before reaching the 400m IM final on his World Championship debut in Rome.Tom made his second Commonwealth appearance at Delhi in 2010, finishing less than a second off the podium in fourth in the 400m IM.He made his return to the big stage in 2014, competing for Wales in his third Commonwealth Games at Glasgow 2014.He recently completed his swim teaching course and hopes to give back to his sport in the future. On becoming a Sky Sports Living for Sport Athlete Mentor, Thomas commented: ‘I am very excited to start work as an athlete mentor and hope to motivate young people to achieve their potential with my story of success and triumph but also sacrifice, hard work and determination’. SwimPath are delighted to have Tom as part of our Team working with us on delivering Swim Camps.
Roberto Pavoni - Swimpath Pro
Roberto Pavoni is a hard working Olympian that works with Young swimmers to inspire the future of swimming and has achieved multiple successes in his career with his major achievements being; 3 European medals (2 Silvers / 1 Bronze), 4th Commonwealth Games 2014, 7th World Championships 2015, 13th London 2012 Olympic Games, English Record Holder 2010-2016 and a 10 x British Champion. Robert has coached Swim clinics all over the country since 2012 and acts as head coach for Loughborough Town Swimming Club. Currently also training towards next years World Championship, here at SwimPath we are excited to have Roberto as part of our team delivering Swim Clinics and Club nights.
Sophie Allen - Swimpath Pro
From Lincoln. Sophie was part of GBs greatest team- a London 2012 Olympian! Achievements include being a 2014 Commonwealth games finalist, Multiple European Medalist and Multiple World Cup medalist. A Previous 200m IM & 100m BR British record holder. Sophie was one of Britain’s best Medley and Breastroke swimmers. She was part of the GB International Training Centres in Stockport and Bath and competed at top world level for GB over many years. and Part of the British Swimming team for 8 years. Currently sophie is: a Sports Charity Ambassador, Teaching Assistant, level 2 swim teacher and Boxercise instructor.