Highly accomplished Australian coach Wayne Goldsmith speaks at the 2015 ASCA World Clinic in Cleveland.
Wayne has been at the forefront of swimming performance for the past 22 years. As national director of sports science and sports medicine, he was instrumental in developing the systems and programs which led to Australia’s outstanding swimming performances at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Wayne is a winner of the Outstanding Contribution to Swimming in Australia and the Outstanding Contribution to Coach Education in Australia Awards and is a world recognized writer, speaker and thought-leader in swimming. He has been an invited guest speaker at the American Swimming Coaches Convention on four occasions and a speaker at the Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association Convention every year for the past fifteen years.
Wayne led the Australian Triathlon team at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games and has worked with some of Australia’s most respected athletes, coaches and teams in several sports including; the Wallabies (Australian Rugby Union team), the Sydney Roosters (National Rugby League Premiers), the Brisbane Lions (Australian Football) and Tennis Australia / Australian Open Grand Slam Tennis as well as the All Blacks (World Rugby Champions), British Swimming, USA Swimming and many other sporting organizations internationally.