WSA and Swim Wales to host Wales Week London Event

WSA and Swim Wales to host Wales Week London Event

The Welsh Sports Association (WSA) in collaboration with Swim Wales, are to host a Wales Week London event ‘Marginal Gains in Sports and Business’.

The WSA and Swim Wales will be joined by the 2018 Commonwealth Butterfly Champion Alys Thomas and 2014 Commonwealth Backstroke Champion Georgia Davies.

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Attendees will embark on a captivating journey of insight as elite athletes generously share their strategies for pushing the boundaries of physical performance. Colleagues will discover how their relentless pursuit of marginal gains propelled them to the pinnacle of success.

But what happens when the unexpected unfolds in the biggest race of your life? Join us to uncover the challenges faced, lessons learned, and the resilience that defines these exceptional individuals.

The Wales Week London event will be held at Queen Mother Sports Centre 223 Vauxhall Bridge Rd, Pimlico, London SW1V 1EL, from 12pm – 14.00 on Tuesday 27th Feb 2024.

Attendees will also engage in thought-provoking discussions and networking, where elite athletes and business individuals collaborate, sharing their secrets to success and explore how marginal gains can be applied to achieve greatness in any field.

To find our more and secure your place at the event for FREE, click the following link!

“Wales Week London provides a fantastic platform for Welsh business and sport to showcase & celebrate our great nation. Collaboration is one of our four guiding values, and alongside our partners the WSA, we have an opportunity to introduce the power of aquatics to new audiences and engage with organisations who share in our passion.”

Fergus Feeney, Swim Wales CEO

“We are delighted to Partner with Wales Week London once again this year and I’m really excited to collaborate with our members Swim Wales for this event. In elite sports, marginal gains can be the deciding factor, and a parallel principle holds true in the business world. I am confident that our Welsh gold medal winners possess valuable lessons, and their triumphant stories are certainly worth hearing.”

Andrew Howard, WSA CEO
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