Dean Boxall-trained Ariarne Titmus proved fearless, answering Katie Ledecky’s world-leading swim with a time just .07 behind.
“Crawling away from the pool is what I like to see,” is a quote from Aussie Coach Craig Jackson as he was mic’d up recently at a training camp for men’s 100m and 200m freestylers.
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Simon Cusack earned his 3rd ASCTA Coach of the Year Award, primarily for his work with fostering Cate Campbell’s powerful post-Rio return.
“Jack is poised to be one of the next big names in the world swimming community,” says CEO and cofounder John Mix. “His talent and dedication to the sport are remarkable, and we know he will continue finding success on his journey to the 2020 Olympics.”
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Dean Boxall, coach of Commonwealth Games gold medalists Mitch Larkin and Ariarne Titmus, is heading up one of seven Australian National Team Camps kicking off this month.
This month, we’re recounting the top performers and performances of the year 2018. Keep track of all of our Swammy Award winners here, with links out to full Swammy Award stories and honorable mentions.
Dean Boxall, the man at the helm of St. Peters Western where stars Ariarne Titmus and Mitch Larkin call home, is making waves down under just in time for Gwangju and Tokyo.
Although Kyle Chalmers, Emma McKeon and Lani Pallister are among those opting out of Hangzhou, the 20-strong Aussie line-up for this December’s Short Course World Championships is ripe with talent both new and seasoned.
World record holder Shayna Jack will not be following her training partners, Cate and Bronte Campbell, to New South Wales.
Australian National Team Coach Jacco Verhaeren cast some doubt on Mitch Larkin’s ability to perform in the 200m IM, only for the 25-year-old to blow those low expectations out of the Tokyo water.
“This is very, very important..this meet (the Pan Pacs)….for the next two years,” says St. Peters Western coach Dean Boxall.
Australian national champion and multiple Commonwealth Games gold medalist Ariarne Titmus may be dropping the 200m freestyle event from her Pan Pacific Championships line-up.
17-year-old Ariarne Titmus came within a second of her Australian national record in the 400m free tonight, while Jack Cartwright threw down the 2nd fastest 100m free of his career.
The Mighty St Peters Western Club, show no signs of slowing down and have started the year like no other. The Powerhouse Club located in Indooroopilly, Queensland, Australia have been producing some incredible results this year already, and its only April.