Maximum Performances featuring Olympians 

Edward Sinclair 

Director & Founder
 

Qualifications & Certificates: Double Olympian, ASA Levels 1 & 2 Swimming Teaching; ASA Club Coaches Level 3; ASA Team Manager; Diploma In Personal Training Level 3; B.W.L.A Award Weight Lifting; Thump Boxing For Fitness Level 1 & 2 Instructor; National Rescue Award NPLQ Lifeguard; BSCA Member; Safety First Aid Qualified II.; National Child Protection Awar 



 


Edward represented Great Britain at two Olympic Games, Sydney in 2000 and Athens in 2004. As part of the 4x200 meter Freestyle relay which finished 5th in 2000 against the amazing Australia team which consisted of Grant Hackett and the Thorpedo (Ian Thorpe). Ed also competed at 4 European Championships winning 6 medals and 5 World Championships winning 3 medals. He also held the British record of 1.45.91 for the 200 meters freestyle. Ed's highest world ranking was 7th in the 200 freestyle in 1999. 
Ed coached at Millfield School for 5 years,where he coached swimmers on the International Teams and won 18 medals at the National Youth Championships. Currently Ed runs Maximum Performance Swim Camps, is the Head Coach at Teddington Swimming Club and works as a personal trainer. 

Top 5 events: 
1) 100 Freestyle (50.81 LC, 50.03 SC) 
2) 200 Freestyle (1.48.74 LC, 1.45.91 SC) 
3) 400 Freestyle (3.50.55 LC, 3.44.27 SC) 
4) 200 Fly ( 2.01.45 LC, 1.57.78 SC) 
5) 50 Freestyle (22.98 SC, 23.67 LC) 
Matt Kidd

Co-Founder 

Qualifications: Double Olympian, BSc Sports Science; BA Economics, MBA 




Matt also represented Great Britain at the 2000 (Sydney) and 2004 (Athens) Olympic Games. Swimming the Freestyle leg in the 4x100 Medley relay they finished 8th in Athens. 
Matt won a Silver medal at the Manchester Commonwealth Games in 2002 as part of the 4x100 Medley relay team, which also broke the British Record. Matt also won medals at the European Short Course Championships, World Championships and World University Games breaking the British records on the way. 
In 2001 at the World University Games, Matt became the first British swimmer to break the magical 50 second barrier for 100meters Freestyle (Long Course). He finished 4th individually in the 100 meters Freestyle and then less than an hour later led off the 4x100 Freestyle relay and broke his own British Record as well as helping the Team to win Gold.
Matt moved out to the USA in 2001 to study and train at Auburn University where they won the prestigious NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) Championships in 2003.

Top 3 events: 
1) 100 Freestyle (49.72 LC, 48.08 SC) 
2) 100 Breaststroke (1.04.4 LC, 1.02.52 SC) 
3) 200 IM (2.04.3 LC, 2.01.3 SC)