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Mel Marshall: Improving Adam Peaty, staying grounded and building for Tokyo

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Mel Marshall has a new job, fresh surroundings, a smart new title and the world-class facilities she so craved.

But the hunger to succeed remains just as strong as it ever was.

Having landed a dream role as one of British Swimming’s most important coaches, the two-time Olympian fully recognises the need to take a backseat – while still driving her elite group towards Tokyo 2020.