Qualifications and Experience:
- Bachelor of Science, Master of Science and PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) in geology, geotechnical engineering, and geomorphology
- Teacher of Competitive Swimming
- Part qualified NZ Bronze coach (awaiting sign off from NZSCTA)
- First aid and lifeguard trained
- Coaching experience at UWA West Coast (Australia) and Western Australia Institute of Sport as well as coordinating the Raumati Swimming Club Learn to Swim programme.
- 15 years’ experience in coaching and teaching in New Zealand and Australia and national level.
- Strong technical and biomechanical knowledge of all strokes, with a focus on ensuring swimmers have superb technique.
- Passion for ensuring young athletes reach their goals and develop confidence
Qualifications and Experience:
- Teacher of Competitive Swimming.
- Part qualified Bronze Coach (awaiting sign off from NZSCTA)
- Volunteer Ambulance Officer
- Assistant coach at Aquagym Swim Club
- Learn to Swim Teacher with Kapiti Learn to Swim, Aquagym Swim Club, Kings Swim School, Waterhole Swim Club
- A competitive swimmer for 15 years, finishing as one of the top Open Water Swimmers in New Zealand.
- Very strong swimming knowledge and experience at a national and international level
- Friendly, positive, and approachable personality, honed with her learn to swim and junior coaching experience
- Excellent time management and organization skills
Monday 7 November – Saturday 3 December 2022 Wellington Clubs Racing in their home pools Purpose and background The Trygve Cup is a multi-week cup designed to positively enhance the experience of
Monday 7 November – Saturday 3 December 2022
Wellington Clubs Racing in their home pools
Purpose and background
The Trygve Cup is a multi-week cup designed to positively enhance the experience of competitive swimming, develop interclub rivalries and further increase participation at home pools across the region. The Trophy is named after the late Trygve Mark Berge and will be open to all clubs to participate and compete in to be named winners of the cup.
The Cup was launched in March/April 2022, and future editions of the cup may be run over a 3/4 week time span, or competed for at an individual event. The cup will primarily promote participation in relay events, whilst also providing the opportunity for swimmers to compete in a weekly individual event.
- All events and results will be classified as Development events/times. Clubs race the weekly event plus a relay in their training time and can do it anytime during the week that suits. Results will be published on Swimming New Zealand’s database.
- Individual events age groups are, 9 and under, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and over. Age at November 14th, 2022, swimmers restricted to one individual race per week.
- Relay age groups are 12 and under, 13 and 14, 15 and 16, 17 and over
- All relay teams to be mixed (2 male: 2 female), Swimmers are only permitted in one relay team each week, but may swim up an age.
- Clubs can enter as many individuals and Relays teams as they like. The more the better! Swimmers can only swim each individual event once and take part in one relay team per week.
- The Trygve Cup will be awarded to the winning club at the end of the series and a prize for the club with the most amount of entries throughout the 3 weeks.
All Day (Monday)
Coastlands Aquatic Centre
Date: Saturday 3rd December Warm-up: 3.00pm – 3.25pm Racing Starts: 3.30pm Pool Setup: Short Course Open to: All club affiliated swimmers Venue: WRAC – Deep end Useful Documents
Date: Saturday 3rd December
Warm-up: 3.00pm – 3.25pm
Racing Starts: 3.30pm
Pool Setup: Short Course
Open to: All club affiliated swimmers
Venue: WRAC – Deep end
(Saturday) 3:00 pm
Wellington Regional Aquatic Centre