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New Beyond the Black Line website

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The Australian Swimmers’ Association (ASA) is excited today to partner with Swimming Australia to launch the Beyond the Black Line (BTBL) website.

The ASA’s flagship program, to date BTBL has been delivered to over 60 swimming clubs across Australia, from Launceston to Nhulunbuy and over to Panawonica in North West, Western Australia.

Through the launch of the BTBL website, the program whose aim is to share experiences and normalise common issues faced by teenagers within our swimming community, now has the opportunity to have a greater reach with a number of resources available not just for young swimmers, but parents, coaches and clubs as well.

This resource, targeted at swimmers aged from 13 to 18, will assist swimmers in gaining an insight into life as a swimming athlete, what to expect and how best to find their way along the journey, as they grow and develop in the sport.

Featuring a large number of current and retired Dolphins including Bronte Barratt, Ellie Cole, James Magnussen, Brendan Hall, Annabelle Williams, Michael Klim, Cam McEvoy, Belinda Hocking and Cate and Bronte Campbell, we hope swimmers not only gain great knowledge and insight from watching the videos but they, along with coaches, clubs and parents sign up to have a program delivered, and experience the full benefits the face to face workshops offer.

For more information be sure to check out the website: http://www.beyondtheblackline.com.au

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