FEATURES

This residential swim camp promises to deliver an unforgettable week, and make you more motivated than ever before! Throughout the week there will be everything you need to propel your swimming skills into the fast lane. The week is fun, furious, fast and educational and looks to inspire and motivate individuals to achieve their dreams. Each camp will include:

- 10 swim sessions

- 7 landtraining sessions

- Stretch and mobility sessions

- Visit from an Olympic swimmer

- Sports nutrition workshop

- Sports psychology workshop

- Competitive gala

- Team activities such as tug of war, wheelchair basketball, DRUMBA

DETAILS

WHO IS IT FOR?

MMSI swim camps are designed for competitive swimmers from club to elite level.

AGE: 9-16YRS

HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?

The total cost of camp covers five nights accommodation, full board, 24/7 pastoral care and all swim sessions and activities.

£675.00

Where Is It?

MMSI bases itself in the heart of Derbyshire, primarily at Repton School facilities.

New for 2022, MMSI has now decided to expand its camps and work across both Repton School and Repton Prep. The schools boast a wide and exciting range of facilities. Throughout the week, swimmers will be exposed to opportunities not only in the pool but also at other bespoke facilities including two indoor sports halls, a strength and conditioning suite, astroturf pitches, indoor and outdoor tennis courts and climbing walls. For our residential camps, we are also fortunate to stay in the schools boarding houses, which offer a ‘home from home’ for our swimmers and full board. 

Timetable

An example of a typical weekly timetable that swimmers will be issued with before camp commences.

MEET THE MMSI FAMILY

One of our most anticipated activities on camp are our visits from Olympic swimmers. During these sessions the swimming superstars deliver a short presentation about their swimming journey and Q&A session, before taking photos and signing autographs for our swimmers.

We see everyone who has been involved in the swimming journey as part of our MMSI Family. Members of the MMSI family include: triple Olympic champion Adam Peaty, double Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Adlington, Olympic bronze medallist and former World Record Holder Joanne Jackson, Olympic gold medallist and British Record Holder Anna Hopkin and Olympic Bronze medallist Luke Greenbank.

The athletes attending our future camps will be unveiled prior to the camp start date. For a chance to meet some of our extended MMSI family, book your place now!

MEET THE MMSI TEAM

This residential swim camp promises to deliver an unforgettable week, one that will leave you with a lifetime of memories but more importantly make you more motivated.

Mel has put together an incredible team of coaches and MMSI staff to continue her legacy of making the swimming journey fun, to find out more you can meet the team here.

MEL MARSHALL MBE

MMSI Founder and Director

Double Olympian - 6x Commonwealth Medalist - UK Sport ECAP and Elite Coach Graduate - 4 x British Swimming Coach of the Year - 8 x Olympic Medallist Coach - BT Sports Lifetime Achievement Award Winner 2019 - Honorary Doctorate, Loughborough University - Charity Ambassador and Fundraiser, Sport in Action Zambia

20yrs experience in the sport at every level gives me a unique insight. This knowledge, I hope, will allow all of the swimmers to learn, be inspired, improve and enjoy a brilliant week. When looking at what is needed on the swimming journey it is a balance of challenge, support, enjoyment, education, inspiration and most importantly FUN. When I designed the week I took everything I have learnt on the swimming journey as both an athlete and coach. The week is fun packed but aimed to allow swimmers to grow through every experience. The residential part of the camp is aimed to feel like an Olympic Village experience, really embedding some of the necessary skills to thrive on the swimming journey. The brilliant MMSI team take you on a journey of a lifetime and swimmers will leave inspired, stronger and more confident as a swimmer and as a person.

Grant Turner

Head Swimming Coach

As a former Olympic swimmer, Grant brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our pool sessions at MMSI swim camps. When he is not on camp, Grant is a Head of Year at a secondary school.

Fran Baldwin

Policy Advisor/Consultant

Fran has worked on MMSI camps since the very first one in 2013. She has held a number of roles within the business including as a team leader and senior team leader on our camps. She now works behind the scenes ensuring our policies and procedures are kept up to date.

Mel Thomas

Land Training Coach

Mel is a highly experienced and skilled fitness instructor, regularly delivering classes in indoor cycling, interval training and boxing at the world-renowned Club La Santa and Nyborg Denmark sites. He leads the landtraining sessions at our April camps.

James Wright

Land Training Coach

James is a qualified level 2 gym instructor and level 3 personal trainer and has a wide range of experience in coaching a variety of fitness activities. With a background in martial arts (he is actually 4x European Martial Arts Champion!) he likes to introduce our swimmers to new exercises and ways of training in our landtraining sessions on August camps.  

Suzanne Gumbrell

Head of Pastoral Care

Making her biannual commute all the way from sunny Scotland to Repton for camp, Suzanne is the epitome of a swimming parent!

Alongside being a Mum and working full time as a social worker, she also manages to fit in a coaching role with City of Glasgow Swim Team in her "spare time". This lady is a superwoman and we are extremely lucky to be able to welcome her back for her 8th Camp as MMSI staff.

As Head of Pastoral Care on camp, Suzanne will be responsible for the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of all swimmers, ensuring they feel happy and supported on camp.

Meg Moss

Head of Logistics and Staff

Megan has recently graduated from Loughbourough University with a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science. She's currently taking a well earned break after 4 years of studying. Having been a national swimmer herself, Meg turned her attention to coaching at the age of 16 and has never looked back.

As an experienced member of the MMSI team, Meg returns to the MMSI camp team in a new role as Head of Logistics and Staff. In this role, Meg will oversee the day to day running of the camp and the wellbeing of our staff, ensuring that everything isnrunning smoothly.