Shannon Rollason

After Only A Year, Edinburgh’s Shannon Rollason Returns To Australia

Citing family reasons, Elite Performance Swim Coach at the University of Edinburgh, Shannon Rollason, announced he will be leaving the program.


Shannon Rollason To Take Over Edinburgh University’s Program

A key figure in Denmarks’ recent run of international success, Australian coach Shannon Rollason will be heading back to Europe, this time to take over as head coach with Edinburgh University.


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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Juba Extremely Happy With Denmark’s Performance in Rio

Danish National Team Head Coach Nick Juba is extremely happy with the team’s performance in Rio after achieving their best result at an Olympic Games since the Second World War…

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Danish Swimming Officially Unveils 2016 Olympic Team

The Danish Swimming Federation has officially announced the 15 member team that will be representing the nation at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio…

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Shannon Rollason Will Return to Denmark Through Rio

Rollason will provide a much needed experienced hand in Olympic preparation

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van den Hoogenband Prepared to Take on TD Role Under One Condition

Dutch swimming legend Pieter van den Hoogenband has expressed his desire to become the next Technical Director of Dutch Swimming as long as he does not have to answer to John Kossen…

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Jeannette Ottesen Will Train in Australia From January to March

Ottesen’s departure raises questions about the future of Denmark’s National Training Center

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Denmark’s Former NTC Coach Rollason Now Hired On in Australia

Gungahlin Leisure Center, located on the northern side of Canberra, Australia, has announced the appointment of former leading Dane swimming…

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Jeanette Ottesen to Travel to Australia to Reunite With Shannon Rollason

Two-time individual long course World Champion has opted to not stay in Denmark to train under the new National Training Center head coach.


14 Storylines for the 2014 FINA Short Course World Championships, plus all the links you need

Cesar Cielo is already the fastest man in history in long course meters and short course yards. Can he add the short course meters world record this week in Doha?


Jodie Henry to Join Cotterell in Sport Australia Hall of Fame

2004 Olympic star Jodie Henry will be inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame at a ceremony tonight in Melbourne…


Jeanette Ottesen joining Velje Triton club as an ‘elite consultant’, no word on future training plans

Denmark’s European champ Jeanette Ottesen is joining a new swim club, but perhaps not in the way many would expect.


DeSantis: The Departure of Shannon Rollason and a Steaming Pile of Egalitarianism

Coming off a dominant performance in Berlin, Denmark emerged as legitimate gold medal threats in any worldwide 400 medley relay. When will we say that again?


Shannon Rollason resigns from leadership role at Denmark’s National Training Center

Shannon Rollason, whose swimmers led Denmark to 6 gold medals at the European Championships, will resign as coach of the National Training Center at the end of 2014.


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