Finalmente, la nadadora argentina bicampeona mundial juvenil de 800 y 1500 libre cumplirá los 19 años durante el Trofeo Maria Lenk, del 16 al 21 de abril en Río de Janeiro, compitiendo por primera vez para un club brasileño, el múltiple campeón Pinheiros
Delfina Pignatiello, Virginia Bardach, Macarena Ceballos, Andrea Berrino y Julieta Lema comenzaron su preparación intensiva para Lima 2019 con un campus de entrenamiento en Gold Coast, bajo la supervisión de Bill Sweetenham.
Un inédito Campeonato Nacional en enero inicia un año diferente, con la mira puesta más en los Juegos Panamericanos que en el Mundial.
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The International Swim Coaches Association (ISCA) is a body of professionalism and resource engine for swimming coaches and teachers in the United States and across the world.
“We are united in our pursuit to build on the progress we have made,” says Swimming Australia CEO Mark Anderson.
Two-time Olympic medalist Geoff Huegill thinks that Australian swimmers should seriously look at relocating to the U.S. in preparation for the next Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Australia will need to do more than emulate the United States if it wants to thrive in 2020
Current St. Peters Western Head Coach, Michael Bohl, responds to criticism concerning Australia’s swimming performance at the 2016 Olympic Games.
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Bill Sweetenham, a coach prolific in Australian swimming history, has called for an overhaul in leadership in response to the nation’s performance in Rio.
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Australian Head Coach Jacco Verhaeren and storied Australian coaches from the past engaged in a recent meeting of the minds.
Mike Finch, the head coach of W. Ross McDonald Swimming in Brandford, Canada has been using the TritonWear technology for the last 4 months with his team.