Sarah Vasey Adds To Coach Mel Marshall’s Score Of Breaststroke Champs With Peaty

Sarah Vasey - photo by Gary McCaffery on training camp in Tenerife - courtesy of Gmcphotography.org

Commonwealth Games, day 2 finals – Adam Peaty is not the only breaststroke champion on coach Mel Marshall’s books at Loughborough: England’s Sarah Vasey clocked 30.60 to take her country’s first gold since 2002, when Zoe Baker claimed the inaugural sash crown at home in Manchester. We go back a year and find Vasey steeped in Marshall’s process and preparation, that work still underway, the Gold Coast a stepping stone…

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Commonwealth Games, day 2 finals – Adam Peaty is not the only breaststroke champion on coach Mel Marshall’s books at Loughborough: England’s Sarah Vasey clocked 30.60 to take her country’s first gold since 2002, when Zoe Baker claimed the inaugural sash crown at home in Manchester. We go back a year and find Vasey steeped in Marshall’s process and preparation, that work still underway, the Gold Coast a stepping stone…

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