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Sally Hunter Swim Clinic

18 & 19 December 2014 Marion Swim Centre (Marion Outdoor Pool) Oaklands Road (Corner Hendrie Street)Park Holme SA 5043 Olympic Swimmer, Sally Hunter will be joined by teammates from the Australian Swim Team to coach and inspire. Olympic Swimmer, Sally Hunter will be joined by teammates from the Australian Swim Team to coach and inspire. A SILVER MEDALLIST in the 200m Breaststroke at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this year, Sally has once again proved that age is no barrier for this determined lady. To top the games off, Sally was part of the GOLD winning 4 x 100m Medley Relay team as a heat swimmer. Finishing 7th in the 200m breaststroke at the World Championships, Barcelona 2013 and 8th at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Sally continues to produce personal best times. Sally is working towards World Championships in Russia 2015. The Clinic will target Stroke Correction, Starts, Turns, Strength and Day to Day Training Management. Timetable 18 & 19 December 2014 Session for 8-11 year olds 9am Registration for age group 8-11 9:30am Introduction and Briefing 9:45am Pool Session Commences 11:30am Session Concludes Session for 11-15 year olds 12:30pm Registration for age group 11-15 1pm Introduction and Briefing 1:45pm Pool Session Commences 3pm Session Concludes To register please download the following link Web version: Click here Print version: Click here

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At last, Fraser-Holmes restores Australian pride in 200m freestyle

FOR the first time in a decade, an Australian man seems certain to finish the year as the world’s No 1 ranked 200m freestyler. Ian Thorpe was the last Australian to lead the world in the event, after winning the Olympic gold medal at the 2004 Athens Games, and Tom Fraser-Holmes is now likely to be the next. Author Nicole Jeffery Full Story on The Australian here

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Tom Fraser-Holmes on the trail of Aussie tradition as 2014 King of the 200 Freestyle

From a land that produced the likes of Frederick Lane, Michael Wenden, Duncan Armstrong and Ian Thorpe, all Olympic champions in the 200m freestyle, Thomas Fraser-Holmes would like nothing more than to join the Australian elite. Will it be an easy task? Absolutely not. But the mere fact that the possibility is even being broached speaks to the rise of Fraser-Holmes as a global force. Author John Lohn Full Story on SwimVortex.com here

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