Paul Hogg – Beacon & Senior Performance
Great Britain coach and former International Swimmer. Paul has also successfully completed the Channel and set several Open Water records around the World. Paul started his coaching career with his home club City of Newcastle ASC where he was Assistant Coach with the Regional Performance Centre prior to the Sydney Olympic Games. In 2000 he then took over as Head Coach of Newburn ASC where he led them to Top Female Club at the National Age Group Championships as well as International medals at European Short Course Championships. In 2006 Paul took over as Head Coach of City of Sunderland ASC where his success continued with medals at the European Youth Olympics, multiple medals at age group, youth and senior National and International level as well as placing the clubs first senior international in 20 years at the 2009 World Championships in Rome. In December 2009 Paul took over as Beacon Head Coach with Portsmouth Northsea SC.
Steve Greenfield - Age Group Performance
Steve has achieved swimming success at National and International level. Head Coach of Basingstoke Blue Fins from 1989 – 2006 Steve has a wealth of coaching experience. He also was a member of the England South coaching team.
Steve co-authored the ASA level 2 coaching book (Swimming Teaching and Coaching Level 2)
Lee Baldwin – Competitive Development Gold
Allison Hussey – Mountbatten Academy Blue & Red
Allison has been involved in swimming since 2001 both as Club Secretary and teaching. Qualified in 2006/7 as a level 2 teacher Allison ran the learn to swim and pre-squad of a club in Somerset. She also had her own fitness squad and covered for the Chief Coach in his absence. In 2009 Allison moved to Portsmouth with her daughter where she has been teaching at the Mountbatten Centre since it opened. In 2010 I had the pleasure of seeing one of the children I taught to swim reach the ASA British National Age Group Championships in Sheffield. In 2010 Allison qualified as a Parent and Child teacher and started taking Mountbatten Academy in October 2010. During the day she can be often found on the poolside teaching school swimming.
Madeleine Campbell – St Edmunds Academy
First Senior National Final 400m F/C aged 13, World Grand Prix Winner Butterfly category 1991, Senior British Record Holder – 50m Fly, Senior British Record Holder – 100m Fly, European Cup Winner – 100m Fly, Commonwealth Games silver and bronze medallist Auckland 1990 100m Fly and 4 x 100m medley relay, World Championships Perth 1991 – 5th 50m Fly and 9th 100m Fly, Olympic Games Barcelona 100m Fly and 4 x 100m Medley Relay and Team Captain, Qualified PE teacher, Manager of Portsmouth School Sport Partnership, Swim Teacher.
Sarah Owen – Competitive Development Silver
Sarah graduated from Ohio University in 2012. She is a keen athlete and spent four years representing Ohio University as a Division one athlete on the swimming and diving team. Sarah has completed the Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE) in 2008 and ASA Level 1 certificate for Teaching Aquatics in 2008. She has supported Lee Baldwin with primary school swimming teaching and was a volunteer coach for the Ohio Bobcats for two years. She now joins us at Portsmouth Northsea as an experienced coach and competitor for the club
- European juniors representing GBR in Budapest, Hungary in the 50, 100, 200 backstroke at age 15
- National Gold medallist in the 200 Backstroke at 16 picking up 2 Silvers and 2 Bronze the same year.
- Qualified for GBR Open water swim in Italy at age 17
- Tri Nations at Québec, Canada GBR in the 800 Free at age 18
James Warrener – Eastney Academy
James has been in the swimming world since the age of 4 progressing through the ranks at Portsmouth Northsea and become a national medalist at 400m I.M. James also represented England at junior level as well as being Hampshire captain at he inter counties in 1995. After leaving swimming James stayed in the swimming industry by becoming a swimming teacher. James is now back where he started passing on his experience to the new members of Portsmouth Northsea.