Club Spotlight – Siobhan Du Preez


This month is SIOBHAN. Siobhan is the Club’s Squad Manager and a Development Coach. Her main role is looking after day-to-day operations of the Club and making sure everything is going ‘swimmingly’. As a Mum of a Youth Squad swimmer and Junior swimmer, you may have seen Siobhan on pool deck supervising and meeting with swimmers and parents or standing in to cover Coaches on leave.

Name: Siobhan

Day job: UWSC Squad Manager
How long have you been working at UWA West Coast: I started working with UWA West Coast in January 2017, when UWA Sport were running the Club squad program. My first roles at the Club were as a Junior White and Green Coach.
Were you/are you a swimmer yourself? If yes, what was your favourite event or stroke?: I’ve always swum, and still do, but not competitively. My favourite stroke is freestyle.
Best part about working at the Club: I love to hear stories of our swimmers experiencing success in swimming, at swim meets, school carnivals, surf club and open water.
Worst thing about working at the Club: It’s not the worst thing, but probably one of the most challenging parts of my job (the last two years) has been to keep our training program running with COVID/ venue restrictions in place.
Fun fact most people in the Club don’t know about me: I’ve experienced first hand the highs and lows of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
Best thing to do outside of swimming: Going to the beach.



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