Craig McNally

Name Craig McNally
DOB 22/12/1992
Birth Place/City
Current Club/City Warrender Baths Club
Current Coach Laurel Bailey
First Club
First Coach
Where did you learn to swim? Balerno high school- 4 years old.
Primary School
Secondary School Balerno High school
Height 6ft 3in
Events 50m Backstroke; 100m Backstroke; 200m Backstroke;  Win Olympic Gold medal  50m Backstroke; 100m Backstroke; 200m Backstroke
Achievements in the pool Scottish senior record holder for 50m Backstroke and I represented scotland at 2010 commonwealth Games in Delhi: I came 12th in the 100m Backstroke, 11th in the 200m Backstroke and 5th in the Individual Medley Relay.
Achievements out of the pool Best up and coming sports person at the Scottish Variety Awards 2011 Merit award winner at the Scottish Sports Aid Awards
Sporting Dream Win Olympic Gold medal
Sporting Idol Norman Robertson – swimmer / rugby player / skier / winner of the Powderhall Sprint 1955
Who had the Biggest Influence on your Swimming Career and Why? My parents for their help and support throughout my swimming career.
Favourite Quote/Personal Motto When you are behind, don’t give up. When you are ahead, don’t let up
Describe yourself in 5 words Competitive, hard-working, motivated, friendly
If you could meet 3 Celebrities, who would they be? Too many to choose from
Favourite Film Either Limitless or Hangover
Favourite Tv Programme Two and a Half Men, How I Met Your Mother, Blue Mountain State
How is your ideal Sunday spent? If not competing, after 6 days of training just chill and see some friends or watch some tv
If you were a Superhero, what Superpower would you choose? Super human strength
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you choose? I would go to Australia as it is a place I have always wanted to go to.
Favorite Meal Spaghetti Bolognaise, steak and chips, lasagne, macaroni cheese… too many to choose!
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