Aussie men and women will be heading to their annual National Event Camps next month, with high-profile coaches such as Michael Bohl & Dean Boxall.
Newly-minted SCM 100 backstroke World Record holder Minna Atherton leads the Swimming Australia award nominations announced this week.
Swimming Australia Head Coach Jacco Verhaeren is leaving his post after Tokyo, which leaves a much sought-after role vacant.
“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.
Eat. Sleep. Train. = That Cate Campbell Life
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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.
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.
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.
Sprint ace Cate Campbell has earned Australia’s Sportswoman of the Year honors at the nation’s annual Woman in Sports Awards
Simon Cusack et les Campbell sisters (Bronte à gauche, Cate à droite) devraient entrer dans leurs fonctions début janvier, au sein du centre Northern Metropolitan.
Swimming superstar sisters Cate and Bronte Campbell of Australia are set to move to a new training home less than 2 years out from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Hear what Cate Campbell, Taylor McKeown and others have to say about what makes their coaches tick.
Ben Titley has headed up a crew of Canada’s finest athletes throughout 2017, and he also coached the Canadian roster that won a historic gold as well as three bronzes in the pool.
As if the stop-by-stop World Cup battles between elite sprinters Cate Campbell of Australia and Sarah Sjostrom of Sweden weren’t enough, now there’s the chance the pair of Olympic gold medalists will be training alongside one another in the lead-up to Tokyo 2020.