Denmark appoints Nick Juba as new national head coach

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Photo courtesy of SVØM

Nick Juba – Photo courtesy of SVØM

The Danish Swimming Federation has appointed Nick Juba as their new national head coach, to complete their national team management consisting of sports director Mikkel Von Seelen (DEN), head coach Nick Juba (GBR), national training center head coach Shannon Rollason (AUS) and talent developer Michael Hinge (DEN). Nick Juba has for many years been head coach of the successful British Hatfield Swimming Club, coaching among others 2008 and 2012 Olympian Adam Brown. He will be moving to Denmark, and will take up the post as national head coach on May 6th.

Read the press release (in Danish) here on svoem.org

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