Paulus Wildeboer

Anti Doping Denmark Investigating Possible WADA Breach During Wildeboer Era

Team Denmark and the Danish Sports Federation have asked Anti Doping Denmark to look into if WADA rules were broken by former Danish coach Paulus Wildeboer.

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Danish Swimming Director Out as Union Issues Apology for Public Weighings

Longtime director Pia Holman resigned after an investigation into the practice of public weighing carried out by national team coaches from 2003-2012.

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Juba to Move on From Denmark After Short Course World Championships

Nick Juba will lead the Danish National Team for the final time at the 2016 World Short Course Championships…

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Legendary Australian, Danish, Spanish coach Paulus Wildeboer passes away at 59

Paulus Wildeboer, one of the most well-known and well-respected swimming coaches in the world has passed away after an ongoing illness, according to AS.com, a Spanish-based sports site.

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A View From the Inside: Desantis Thinks After Danish Short Course Nationals

There is lots of attention in Europe focused on Denmark right now. Chris DeSantis looks at how they’re handling it.

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Rollason On Breaststroke And The Development Of Rikke Moeller Pedersen

In a SwimSwam exclusive Shannon Rollason takes the time to discuss his thoughts on breaststroke and the training of world…

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Rikke Moller Pedersen Makes a Change of Address

Danish swimming superstar Rikke Moller Pedersen has had some major changes in the last year and on Saturday announced another…

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Euro Report – Day 5 – Spectacular Semis – Pedersen Passes Soni

For a second straight day the European contingent were not able find their way to the top of the medal podium. Tomorrow looks a lot more promising after seeing their performances in the semi-finals… (Photo Credit Victor Puig, victorpuig.com)

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Simon Winther Resigns at Top Danish Club; Spanish Coach Rovira Replacement

Simon Winther has resigned as the head coach of the SIGMA Swim Club in Denmark, and will be replaced by…

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Leigh Nugent Fired as Head Coach of Swimming Australia National Team

In perhaps the final straw, or a sacrificial lamb of, the chaos that has ripped through Swimming Australia since last…

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Rollason comments on the toughness of Danish Swimmers

In late January Australian coach Shannon Rollason was hired to take over the coaching duties at the Danish National Training…

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Wildeboer believes his training methods were correct

In an interview with Sporten.dk earlier this week Short World Championships gold medalist Mads Gleasner was very critical of his preparation for…

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Open Turn: What’s hotter, High School Swimming or The Harlem Shake?

With independent, public and overall high school records going down within the last week it’s tough to believe that :30 second youtube videos are the hot topic in swimming…

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Glaesner unhappy with how Wildeboer prepared him for London

After winning the 1500 freestyle and coming third in the 400 freestyle at the 2012 Short Course World Championships Mads…

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Shannon Rollason to take National Team coaching job in Denmark

As reported by Wide World of Sports Shannon Rollason the Head Coach of the Australian Institute of Sport has announced…

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