Nunawading Swimming Club has announced the re-signing of its Head Coach Amanda Isaac and Head Age Coach Dean Bryant for 4 years, through to 2016.
Following very strong performances by Nunawading swimmers over the past 4 years in both the Age and Open programs, both coaches are excited about the foundation the Club has established and the opportunities ahead for all swimmers.
Nunawading’s Head Coach Amanda Isaac said “I am looking forward to building on the previous five years that I have been involved at the Club as strong foundations have been established in many key areas, which is very positive for the future of the Club”.
Head Age Coach Dean Bryant is excited about the clubs prospects in the future. “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Nunawading and really look forward to being involved with the exciting junior and age group swimmers that are coming through our program” said Bryant.
The Club has established a very strong reputation for producing quality swimmers at all age levels and is seen as a leader in the swimming community in Victoria and Australia.
The Club’s CEO Gary Barclay welcomed the stability that the appointment of the two leading coaches would provide the Club and looks forward to working with both coaches and watching the progression of the swimmers under their guidance. “The coaching team will continue to make slight adjustments to the squad and club programs in an effort to further improve performance and culture at all levels so that the Club remains a leader in the swimming community around the country” said Barclay.