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BRITISH SWIMMING

We're very proud to have worked extensively with British Swimming in the past, and we're so excited to see what 2017 and beyond brings us – especially after a hugely successful Rio Olympic and Paralympic cycle.

 

WHAT WE DO

 

- Live announcers

 

Alan March and the team have been the voice of British Swimming events for the past six years, working alongside the sports presentation team to help the event run smoothly, and to add our trademark style onto meets. We love being a small part of such a fantastic sport, and we can't wait to see continued success post Rio.

 

- Video production

 

For the last two years AMS has also been tasked with creating video content for British Swimming’s YouTube  and social media channels. We covered the Olympic and Paralympic trials in 2016, alongside the ever-growing British Swimming Awards, continuing on from the work we did the previous year. Our role largely involves interviewing winning athletes almost the moment they exit the pool, and from this point they are speedily placed online with bespoke graphics. We were also lucky enough to sit down for extended interviews with Adam Peaty and Hannah Miley before they flew to Rio, which aided British Swimming’s social media coverage pre Olympics.

 

- Sports presentation

 

We’ve also extended our sports presentation into the swimming scene in 2016/17, at the British Swimming Summer Championships in 2016, and at the British Championships and Para Swimming International meet this year. Our showcaller’s role was to keep the event running on time, and coordinate with 2 announcers, a live host, a big screen operative and broadcast. A big event, but we loved every second!

- Live streaming

 

At the British Swimming Championships and Para-Swimming International Meets this year, our team wasn't just in charge of the sports presentation, but also the livestream. It was a roaring success over the course of the two weeks, as audience figures weren't only great online through the official channel, but BBC Sport took the stream and broadcast it through their website and the red button.