JOIN US EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT FOR PRIDE SWIMMING CLUB!
To coach, motivate and encourage all adult swimmers to their full potential, while increasing their self esteem and joy of swimming and competition. To help people belong with a team that strives for excellence and is committed to professional sportsmanship.
Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned swimmer, you'll be at home in the water at Pride Swimming Club! We have a dedicated swimming coach who takes us through some swimming drills and stroke correction . It's a great way to get some exercise, build confidence and improve your swimming skills in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.
WHERE: Gold Coast Aquatic Centre, Marine Parade, Southport. Meet at the front desk and we go to the pool together.
WHEN: Every Thursday Night 6-8pm
HOW MUCH: $10 (gets you entry to Gold Coast Aquatic Centre)
WHAT TO BRING: Towel, togs, swimming cap, thongs.
All are welcome in this LGBTIQA+-friendly space!
CV Swim Coaching:
Ex-Chairman Coaching Committee Masters Swimming Australia.
Ex-Qld State director of Coaching Masters Swimming.
Ex-Swim Meet Director Pan Pacific Masters Games Pool & Open Water Swim Events.
Club Coach Miami Masters Swimming Club Club Coach.
Male Captain Gold Coast Marlins Winter Swimming Member.
Honorary Coach Southport Sharks FIA Swim Club (for Diggers). Club Coach/Development Officer - No Limits Disable & Rehab Swim Club
Swim Coach Stephen Cornelius
What have been some of your career highlights?
Getting to the heights I did with international competition as an athlete. With my coaching, I’ve tried a range of different types. I was Denis Cotterell’s assistant for three years – and this is a high-performance program, so you have to be a hard-ass coach. I found with kids it feels like you’ve got to be headmaster every day of the week, so I switched to adults. When an adult turns up to squad training, it’s because they want to be there. I found with adults you can go in-depth with your analysis and stroke correction. I’ve now been an adult swim coach since 1984. When I moved to the Coast in 1989, I was the Miami Masters Coach for 25 years. I’ve been the Queensland State Director of Coaching – teaching people to become coaches – and I also sat on the National Board for Masters Coaching to review training methods.