National Centre Coach James Gibson has left British Swimming to pursue other opportunities.
Paying tribute to James, British
Swimming National Performance Director Chris Spice said: “We know he has
enjoyed his time at British Swimming and wish him well as he looks to his
future as a highly respected coach.
“James has done a great job as a valuable British team coach at World Championships in 2013 and 2015, with England at the Commonwealth Games in 2014 and this year at the Rio Olympics for Great Britain.
“He’s played a very positive role within British Swimming in helping move us forward. I would like to thank him for his contribution to our programme and the sport as a whole.”
James, who has coached at the National Centre, Loughborough since his appointment in late 2012, said: “It’s been an honour and a privilege to work with the athletes, coaches and everyone involved in swimming. Together as a team we achieved best ever results at all major championships which culminated with our greatest Olympic result for over 100 years.
“I wish British Swimming all the very best for the future as it now moves towards Tokyo 2020 and beyond.”