open water swimming mastery

G’day from Head Coach Shelley Taylor-Smith

You've found the right place to discover how to overcome your fear, become confident and MASTER open water swimming.

 

Welcome to

conquer open water swimming

 

Whether you’ve grown up at the beach, or done most of your swimming in a pool, we have a range of coaching and training options for you to master your skills and knowledge of swimming in the open water.

Open Water Swimming Mastery was created by Australian, 7-time World Marathon Swimming Champion, Shelley Taylor-Smith to ensure you have an enjoyable open water swimming experience.

 

Coaching

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Clinics

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Keynote Speaker

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What People Have To Say ..

From panic to calm & relaxed state… I now enjoy OWS so much!!!
“Just wanted to say a huge thank you for the open water clinic on Saturday. I found it informative and very valuable. I used to panic in the water and really didn’t enjoy my swim during my triathlons. Now however just having the knowledge and knowing what to do if I got in an uncomfortable position made it very calming and allowed me to relax when swimming. Having the opportunity to practise was awesome. I enjoyed it so much that today I went for an early morning ocean swim with my husband and already a few of the other girls from my tri club who also attended have made times to train in the ocean. Thanks again and can’t wait for your tri training sessions.”

Marie Wyche

Perth, Western Australia

From last (literally) to 3rd in my age category and 5th overall!!!
Shelley, with your help, it has created a new confidence in the water for me. I have since swum in the pool continuously for 1500m in 45min. That might not sound like much to a champ for me but that was huge, since last year I struggled to get to the end of the 50m. I n the Australia Day triathlon in the Swan River, our “friends” (the jellyfish) were present but were so fun that I ended up getting 3rd in my age category for the swim (5th overall). I’m normally the last out of the swim (literally). I am super happy and have the half ironman in Busselton and would not have entered otherwise. Words really can’t express my gratitude to you.Thank you.” 

Maren Kate Scriven

Perth, Western Australia

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