Jazmin Carlin

Welsh Swimmer

Welsh swimmer and Olympic speaker Jazmin “Jazz” Carlin is a competitive team and individual swimmer who has taken part in a number of Commonwealth Games and European and World Championships.

Born in Wiltshire Jazmin Carlin is of Welsh descent and made her competitive debut in 2005 at the European Short Course Swimming Championship. Since then Jazz Carlin has been working tirelessly to perfect her swimming abilities and garner places representing her country at the Commonwealth Games and as an Olympic speaker.

Carlin won her first competitive medal in 2009 at the World Aquatic Championship where she, along with fellow swimmers and Olympic speakers Joanne Jackson, Caitlin McClatchey and Rebecca Adlington won a bronze medal in the 4×200 m freestyle relay in a record breaking time of 7:45.51.

Jazmin Carlin made her Commonwealth medal debut in 2010 when she garnered a silver for the women’s 200 metres and has been working as a Commonwealth sports speaker and representative ever since. Nominated for a BBC Welsh Sports Personality of the Year award the same year Jazz Carlin has become incredibly popular amongst the British public, her performances in both individual and team races marking her as a talented swimmer and determined individual and her accomplishments providing her with a wealth of anecdotes and inspirational tales to share with audiences in all her work as an after dinner speaker.

In 2014 Jazz Carlin won a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow following her amazing performance in the women’s 800 m freestyle, also taking silver in the women’s 400 m Jazmin Carlin became the first Welsh female swimmer to garner a medal since her predecessor and fellow sports speaker Pat Beavan in 1974.

As well as working as an after dinner speaker Jazmin Carlin is also a qualified personal trainer.

To book Jazmin Carlin as the Olympic speaker for your event contact Champions Speakers: the UK’s leading sports speakers’ agency by completing the online form or by telephone on: +44 1509 85 29 27

  • European Aquatic Championships
  • World Championships
  • Commonwealth Games
  • Team Relay
  • Freestyle Swimming