Learn to swim with an Olympic champion

File photo dated 16/08/2008 of Great Britain's Rebecca Adlington showing off the two gold medals she won in the women's 800 and 400 metres freestyle finals at the National Aquatics Centre in Beijing. Adlington has vowed to avoid the internet during the London 2012 Games after being taunted over her looks and personality by online trolls. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday May 31, 2012. The swimmer, who will defend two Olympic gold medals this summer, said she had been subjected to a number of "nasty" remarks on social networking sites that have left her upset and angry. See PA story SPORT Adlington. Photo credit should read: Gareth Copley/PA Wire
File photo dated 16/08/2008 of Great Britain's Rebecca Adlington showing off the two gold medals she won in the women's 800 and 400 metres freestyle finals at the National Aquatics Centre in Beijing. Adlington has vowed to avoid the internet during the London 2012 Games after being taunted over her looks and personality by online trolls. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday May 31, 2012. The swimmer, who will defend two Olympic gold medals this summer, said she had been subjected to a number of "nasty" remarks on social networking sites that have left her upset and angry. See PA story SPORT Adlington. Photo credit should read: Gareth Copley/PA Wire
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Olympic swimmer and gold medalist, Becky Adlington, will visit Preston next month to launch the ‘Becky Adlington SwimStars’ initiative, aimed specifically at teaching primary school age children how to swim.

Existing customers and prospective customers will be able to join a swimming lesson with Becky and her team at Total Fitness, Preston on November 2 to learn some top tips from the Olympic champion.

After retiring from professional swimming last year, Becky set out her vision that every child in Britain will be able to swim 25 metres by the time they leave primary school.

She said; “Despite my retirement from competitive swimming, my commitment to swimming is as strong as it ever was.