The Offical Website of James Hickman
The Five Times World 200m Butterfly Champion
James Hickman is a former swimmer from Great Britain, who became a world champion five times on the 200 m butterfly in short course (25 m), twice world record holder, Commonwealth Champion and four times European Champion.
He announced his retirement from the sport in 2004. During that year he reached the semi-final of the 100 m butterfly in the 2004 Athens Olympics, finishing with a time of 53.10 seconds. He also reached the semi-final in the 2000 Sydney Olympics finishing 6th (likewise in the 200 m butterfly).
His best appearance in an Olympic final came in the 1996 Atlanta Games, where he placed 7th in the 200 m butterfly.
James takes part in BBC “Superstars”
The other competitors in James' heat were: James was delighted to be invited to La Manga in Spain to take part in the new series of the...
Surprise Party marks the End of the Hickman Era
It had taken months of planning, plotting and secret phone calls but eventually James was dragged along by his Australian girlfriend Emily to a...
James finally hangs up his trunks!
After a senior international career which spanned more than a decade, winning 36 titles on the national and international stages, 28-year-old James...