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Serious swimmers have the opportunity to ...
Serious swimmers have the opportunity to train with the performance squads under the direction of Head Coach, Mr Dean Pugh.
Currently John Paul College has a number of students competing at State and National level.
Dean is a level 4 internationally-accredited senior coach.
Mr Dean Pugh - Director of Coaching - Dpugh@jpc.qld.edu.au
New Aquatic Centre officially opened
The centre, which features a 25 metre 10 lane heated pool, change room facilities and a 50-seat function room, will be run by new Swimming Coach Director, Mr Dean Pugh.
brings over 12 years national and international coaching experience to the College, and will be responsible for developing a College Aquatic Program which caters for levels of swimmers, first-aid training, and water sports.
Redman has been both an age ...
Redman has been both an age and open national qualifier for the Australian Championships under the direction of Coach Dean Pugh for Aqualogan.
Australian Olympic Committee
Australian Open Water Squad: Andrew Beato (NSW) Kate Brookes-Peterson(QLD) Brendan Capell (QLD) Brooke Fletcher (QLD) Shelley Clark (NSW) Trudee Hutchinson (QLD) Josh Santacaterina (QLD) Lauren Arndt (QLD) Melissa Benson (WA) David Browne (QLD) Ky Hurst (QLD) Kieran Carrigan (QLD) James Davis (NSW) Nikita Barsby (WA) Michael Palfery (QLD) SUPPORT STAFF AND COACHES: Greg Towle (National Head Coach), John Saliba (Head manager), Megan Anderson, Michael Bohl, Britt Caling, Kyle Capell, Paul Penna, Dean Pugh, Shelley Taylor-Smith.