Josh Jobbins – Lead Coach
An ASA qualified as a Level 2 coach, Josh is the Lead Coach for Penguins.
Josh can be contacted at email@example.com
Andrej Baranovskij – Technical Lead and coach
Andrej is in charge of the technical planning and swimming programme for Penguins, in conjunction with Josh, David and Jason and the committee. Andrej is a level 2 coach, leads the masters squad and coaches several nights a week for Penguins.
Email Andrej at firstname.lastname@example.org
David Cousins – Coach
David has been coaching and volunteering for Penguins for many years. He leads the Age Group programme and co-ordinates the Level 3 Open Meets.
Email David at email@example.com
Jason Silcox – Coach
Jason is a level 3 qualified coach who teaches the swim academy and also coaches higher level swimmers within Penguins.
Swimming Coaches and Committee Members
Ben Mullen – Chair, swimming teacher and coach
Ben has been helping out at Penguins for over 10 years. He is an enthusiastic and inspiring coach and teacher and is always looking at ways to improve Penguins further. Ben can be found at most galas and at poolside much of the week teaching at the Swim Academy or coaching the older swimmers.
To speak to Ben, email him on firstname.lastname@example.org
Helen Giles – Vice Chair, treasurer, swimming teacher and coach
Helen’s children both swum with Penguins and Helen has been helping out with the club for many years. A committed volunter, Helen has several committee roles as well as teaching at the Swim Academy and coaching at Easton.
Polly Mullen – Welfare Officer, Swim Academy Coordinator, membership coordinator, finance support and swimming teacher
Polly enjoys teaching the young swimmers in the Swim Academy and watching them grow into competent swimmers and move on into the main squads.
Scott Tanner – Coach and committee member
Scott has been swimming with Penguins for many years and is a vital part of the coaching team, committee and masters squad.
Sue Rees – ASA membership and swimming teacher
Many people will not know the volume of work Sue does at Penguins, but she does much behind scenes as well as coach the squads at Easton. Sue attends most galas and either helps out on the desk or officiates. The club championships have also been organised by Sue for many years.