Our coaching team at UWA West Coast Swimming Club have a depth and breadth of
expertise, experience and knowledge that is second to none in Western Australia.
Advanced coach (previously Silver) - Swimming Australia
Graduate Certificate Entrepreneurship & Innovation – UWACertificate IV in Training and AssessmentCoaching Swimmer with a Disability – Swim AustraliaCoaching Open Water Swimmers – Swim AustraliaTeacher of Competitive Swimming – Swim AustraliaCoaching Course Presenter – Swimming Australia & Swim AustraliaCoach of the Performing Nationals Squad (PN Squad)
Affectionately known as Mikey, has was an IMer ‘back in the day’.Mikey is married to Courtney in 2018 and earlier this year, became a proud dad to August.Something you may not know about Mikey is that he grows his own vegetables and cries in movies.
Development coach (previously Bronze) – Swimming AustraliaAdvanced coach – Swimming AustraliaCoach of Developing Nationals Squad (DN Squad)
Rob was a Rugby League player and an avid supporter of all sports!Rob is without a doubt an encyclopaedia of knowledge in all things swimming, from memorising an individual swimmers PB to detailed technical facets of the swimming strokes and anything in between.
He will be sure to have nickname for each swimmer too!Something you may not know about Rob is he was born in Queensland and moved across to WA in 2013.
Advanced coach (previously Silver) - Swimming AustraliaFitness degreeJunior Squads Co-ordinator
Ryan excelled at breaststroke in his youth and is an invaluable support to all squads from our Junior to Senior levels.
Ryan is married to a brilliant senior school science teacher named Marcy, they have two children, Seth & Kai who both excelled at competitive swimming.
Ryan values his family time, including playing with his Weimaraner dog, Hobi and two bunnies, Trixie and Thumper.Something you may not know about Ryan is that he is a teacher assistant in the sports department and loves surfing, mountain biking and playing the guitar in his spare time.
Bachelor of Science (Exercise & Sports Science) ECUMajor in Health & PE StudiesMinor in SciencePost Graduate Diploma in Secondary EducationDevelopment coach (previously Bronze) - Swimming AustraliaCoach of the Emerging Nationals Squad (EN Squad)
Back in the day, Wazza (as he is affectionately known) was a sprint freestyler and breaststroker.
Rarely seen without his cap on, when not pool side you can be sure to find him surfing down south.Something you may not know about Warren is that he only took up swimming from 13 years of age.
Growing up he specialised in 100 and 200 metre sprints in athletics.