Siobhan-Marie O’Connor On The Power Of Belief, Bonding & Trust In Your Coach

Siobhan Marie O'Connor - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Siobhan-Marie O’Connor silenced the nagging doubts in her head when she won silver in the 200m medley at last year’s Olympics and in the process joined an elite group of three women to crack 2:07 for the four-length event. This week, she takes to the water at British Championships in Sheffield at the start of her next test

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Siobhan-Marie O’Connor silenced the nagging doubts in her head when she won silver in the 200m medley at last year’s Olympics and in the process joined an elite group of three women to crack 2:07 for the four-length event. This week, she takes to the water at British Championships in Sheffield at the start of her next test

Comments

David Brooks

Nice piece Craig. Would you say Siobhan is favorite for all the events you list her as targwting this week?

Craig Lord

Hi David. Thanks – on Liz’s behalf 🙂 No, not favourite in all of them but no contenders in 200IM, I’d imagine…

Ger

According to this link, she is entered in the 50 and 100 free but not the 200? That seems very odd as the 200 would be her strongest I would have said. I take it this is a mistake? https://www.swimmingresults.org/events/bstrials17/programme.pdf

Craig Lord

Yes, I see that Ger – start lists published after the end of my day 🙂 It may be that she only intends to be available for the relay, in which case she doesn’t need to have swum the individual if on the squad for other events… we shall soon see.

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