NEWS - OCTOBER 2002

 

Telopea Summer Meet Flyer
2 - 3 November 2002
Saturday - Warm-up 9am
Sunday Warm-up 8am

 


1 October  2002
 

Telopea sadly says "Goodbye and Thankyou" to our Head Coach - Peter Freney who retires this month

 

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Peter Freney
 

Peter has been the coach of the Telopea Amateur Swimming Club since 1975.  He is an Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association (ASCTA) Level 3 coach and a tutor coach for NSW Swimming. Peter has also been the coach for several NSW Swimming squads which have toured overseas including, most recently, the NSW Touring Team to New Zealand in 2001. He has coached at several training camps for Australian Swimming and was a coaching member of the Australian Oceania Team to Noumea in 1993 and the Australian World Cup Team to Hong Kong and Beijing in 1994. Peter is currently the President  of the NSW Branch of ASCTA, holding a position on the Board of NSW Swimming. Peter was awarded Telstra Swimmers with a Disability Coach of the Year in 1999 and 2000. In November 2000, he was awarded ACT Academy of Sport Coach of the Year. In February 2001, Peter was awarded the Australian Sports Medal for significant contribution to swimming. 2001 continued to be a busy year for Peter as Head Coach of the NSW Sharks Squads as well as Head Coach of the NSW Cultural Exchange Team to Darmstadt, Germany. Peter was again appointed Head Coach of the NSW Sharks Squad in 2002, as well as Head Coach of the 2004 Target Squad. Most recently, Peter facilitated and was Head Coach of the Speedo Sharks Camp in August.

 

 


19 - 25  September 2002

Australian Schools Swimming Championships
Darwin

Melanie Cupitt (17) 4th - 17-19 Years 100m Butterfly
6th - 17-19 Years 400m Individual Medley
6th - 17-19 Years 400m Freestyle
9th - 17-19 Years 50m Butterfly

Emma Fitzgibbon (14)

8th - 15/16 Years 200m Freestyle
9th - 15/16 Years 400m Individual Medley
Max Ireland (14) 3rd - 13/14 Years 400m Individual Medley
4th - 13/14 Years 50m Breaststroke
4th - 13/14 Years 100m Breaststroke
4th - 13/14 Years 200m Breaststroke
Chloe Jeffers (17) 2nd - 17-19 Years 1500m Freestyle
3rd -  17-19 Years 800m Freestyle
3rd - 17-19 Years 400m Freestyle
3rd - 17-19 Years 200m Individual Medley
4th - 17-19 Years 400m Individual Medley
7th - 17-19 Years 200m Butterfly
8th - 17-19 Years 200m Freestyle
Yoichi Kobayashi (11) 6th - 12 Years & Under 100m Butterfly
8th - 12 Years 200m Individual Medley
 Nick Lee (15) 4th - 15 Years 100mFreestyle
6th - 15 Years 50m Freestyle
Kiernan McGill (15) 4th - 15/16 Years 50m Butterfly
5th - 15/16 Years 100m Butterfly
5th - 15/16 Years 400m Individual Medley
6th - 15/16 Years 200m Individual Medley
6th - 15/16 Years 400m Freestyle
7th - 15/16 Years 200m Backstroke
8th - 15/16 Years 200m Butterfly
8th - 15/16 Years 100m Backstroke
Heather Middleton (11) 8th - 11 Years 200m Individual Medley
Jon Slater (17) 2nd - 17-19 Years 200m Individual Medley
3rd - 17-19 Years 200m Butterfly
3rd - 17-19 Years 400m Individual Medley
3rd - 17-19 Years 400m Freestyle
4th - 17-19 Years 100m Butterfly
4th - 17-19 Years 200m Freestyle
5th - 17-19 Years 100m Breaststroke
5th - 17-19 Years 200m Breaststroke
8th - 17-19 Years 50m Butterfly
8th - 17-19 Years 100m Freestyle

 


Club records continue to fall - congratulations to our latest long-course record breakers in Darwin - Jon Slater, Chloe Jeffers, Kiernan McGill and Yoichi Kobayashi

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