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Oxygen Swimming & Diving Club has a team of dedicated coaches for each squad, qualified for numerous finals.

MICHAEL
JOHNSON

Senior team trainer

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OXYGEN CLUBOUR COACHES

Oxygen team has a proven track record of success in teaching and training swimmers.

MAIN COACHJOHN DOE

John joined Oxygen in 2015 . He has long been involved in swimming at the top level with experience.

SENIOR TRAINERMARIA JOHNSON

As an ex-National Squad member, Maria still holds multiple records, such as 100 & 200 freestyle.

JUNIOR TRAINERMARK SMITH

Mark has been a member of Oxygen Club for upwards of 17 years, where he has trained and competed.

FITNESS INSTRUCTORANN LEE

Our member who competed during her time as a competitive swimmer, she has qualified for numerous finals.

COACH ASSISTENTSAM ROBERTS

As well as being passionate about swim coaching Samantha is a very busy as diving expert away from the pool.

SECOND COACHHANNA MELANSON

Hanna has been a coach at Oxygen Club since 2012. She is a former Schools Swimming Champion.

MANAGERDAVID DA COSTA

Outside of swimming David was a successful GAA Minor, winning 3 County Armagh Gaelic Championships.

CEOPETER FLAGG

Peter moved from Greece last year. He is a Sport Science graduate from the National University of Athens.

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