Hall of Fame

Olympic Medal Coaches

  • Barry Prime
  • Bill Furniss
  • Charlie Wilson
  • Dave Calleja
  • Dave Haller
  • Dave Heathcock
  • Dave McNulty
  • Frank Thomas
  • Hamilton Smith
  • Ian Turner
  • John Verrier
  • Jon Rudd
  • Keith Bewley
  • Kevin Renshaw
  • Malcolm Staight
  • Mel Marshall
  • Mike Higgs
  • Paddy Garratt
  • Rick Bailey
  • Roger Eady
  • Sean Kelly
  • Terry Davies
  • Terry Denison



Olympic Coaches

  • E R Judd
  • Al Richards
  • Alan Hime
  • Alex McNeil
  • Andy Robb
  • Anne Dickson
  • Archie Brew
  • Arthur Bailey
  • Arthur Sandford
  • Ben Connelly
  • Ben Higson
  • Ben Titley
  • Bert Olding
  • Bill Juba
  • Bill Ludgrove
  • Bill Penny
  • Bob Pay
  • Bryn Williams
  • C Wardrobe
  • Chris Martin
  • Chris Nesbit
  • Clive Rushton
  • Colin Stripe
  • Danny McGowan
  • Dave Bance
  • Dave Champion
  • Dave Crouch
  • Dave Evitts
  • Dave Lyles
  • Deryk Snelling
  • Derek Stubbs
  • Doug Campbell
  • Drew Gordon
  • Eileen Adams
  • Eileen Fenton
  • Eric Wilkinson
  • Frank Osborne
  • Fred Furniss
  • Fred Kirby
  • George Bole
  • Gerry Thain
  • Graeme Antwistle
  • Graham Reeves
  • Graham Symonds
  • Graham Wardell
  • Hamilton Bland
  • Harry Sullivan
  • Henry Meinike
  • Ian Armiger
  • Ian Greyson
  • Ian Oliver
  • Ian Wright
  • Ivor Tattum
  • James Gibson MBE
  • Jim Gilfillan
  • Jeff Tyler
  • Jim Allardyce
  • Jim Park
  • Jol Finck
  • John Arnold
  • John Hogg
  • Jon Rudd
  • Josh Williamson
  • Kevin Brooks
  • Laurel Bailey
  • Les Clements
  • Lily Panting
  • Lisa Bates
  • Lynn Townsend
  • Marc Spackman
  • Mark Perry
  • Mark Rose
  • Mark Skimming
  • Martyn Woodroffe
  • Maurice Sly
  • Mel Marshall
  • Mike Ayres
  • Mike Geer
  • Mike Peyrebrune
  • Neville Cross
  • Nick Juba
  • Nick Sellwood
  • Owen Morgan
  • Paddy Griffin
  • Paddy Hayes
  • Patrick Miley
  • Paul Remmonds
  • Paul Staight
  • Peter Presbury
  • R M McGuinness
  • Richard Denigan Gormley
  • Rhys Gormley
  • Rob Greenwood
  • Ron Philpott
  • Ron Shaw
  • Rosa Gallop
  • Russ Barber
  • Sue Holden
  • Terry Denison
  • Tim Jones
  • Tony Holmyard
  • Tony Watson
  • Val Mellor
  • Viv Johnston
  • Wally Lord

About the BSCA Hall of Fame

To be considered for a place in the BSCA Hall of Fame, coaches must meet the following criteria:

Olympic Medal Coach

  • The Coach in question shall be a British citizen and a UK passport holder.
  • The Coach in question must have been coaching the individual event medal-winning Olympic athlete in Great Britain. The medal winning Olympic athlete may be of any nationality.
  • The Coach in question must have been coaching the individual event medal-winning Olympic athlete from the completion of the Olympic Trials of that quadrennial and up to the Olympic event in which the athlete was to win the medal.
  • In the event of 'dual' or 'team' coaching, the recognised Coach for this award shall be the one with whom the ultimate athlete responsibility and accountability rested. This will usually be the Coach who had the responsibility for the preparation and delivery of the majority of pool coaching sessions in the period of time outlined.
  • Any person with a criminal conviction which is deemed to bring the sport of swimming and/or the BSCA into disrepute will not be honoured. The BSCA Executive Committee's decision in such matters will be final.

Olympic Coach

  • The Coach in question must be a British citizen and a UK passport holder.
  • The Olympic athlete in question must be a British citizen and a UK passport holder.
  • The Coach in question must have coached the Olympic athlete for 6 months or more leading into the Olympic Games. The Coach in question is essentially responsible for enabling the qualification/selection of the athlete onto the Great Britain Olympic Team.
  • In the event of 'dual' or 'team' coaching, the recognised Coach for this award shall be the one with whom the ultimate athlete responsibility and accountability rested. This will usually be the Coach who had the responsibility for the preparation and delivery of the majority of pool coaching sessions in the period of time outlined above.
  • Any person with a criminal conviction which is deemed to bring the sport of swimming and/or the BSCA into disrepute will not be honoured. The BSCA Executive Committee's decision in such matters will be final.