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Rohan Taylor is New State Head Coach (Vic & Tas)

Swimming Australia (SAL) has announced today that Nunawading Coaching Director and Olympic coach Rohan Taylor has accepted the SAL role of State Head Coach (Victoria & Tasmania) and will commence in early January 2017. This is a key role in SALs new strategy for high performance and one of four nation-wide appointments. Wayne Lomas, General […]

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Scott Talbot to join Nunawading Coaching Team

The Nunawading Swimming Club is pleased to announce that Scott Talbot will be joining the coaching team in a full time capacity from September 2016.  Scott will join National Squad coaches Rohan Taylor and Dean Bryant with a primary role of coaching swimmers at a National and International level. With 13 years coaching experience at […]

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Podium Performance Centre at Nunawading

Swimming Australia has announced 15 Podium Centres for 2014 to 2016 to provide a world’s best training environment and support for our elite swimmers and coaches, as they push for international podium success in Glasgow, Rio, Tokyo 2020 and beyond. Working in partnership with State Institutes of Sport, Swimming Clubs, Schools, Universities and Facilities, Swimming […]

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Rohan Taylor Named as National Team Coach

Swimming Australia has this morning announced that Michael Bohl and Rohan Taylor will take on the role of National Team Coaches for the EnergyAustralia Swim Team through to the 2013 FINA World Championships in Barcelona (July 28 to Aug 4). Working with new Director of High Performance,  Michael Scott, Bohl will be charged with running […]

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Swimming Australia Podium Performance Centre

Nunawading Swimming Club is recognised as a Swimming Australia Podium Performance Centre. The Club provides world class coaching, in a world class environment for many of Australia’s most talented and highest performing swimmers. The SAL Podium Performance Centre program provides  support for our elite swimmers and coaches in a world’s best training environment, as they push […]

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Klim Back in the Swim

Sydney 2000 Olympic Gold Medallist Michael Klim had his first competitive swim in 4 ½ years at the Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre last week and he showed his opposition that he will be a force to contend with at the Olympic Swimming Trials next year. Klim, who is a member of the Nunawading Swimming […]

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