Our Coaches

Meet the people who
make the Peel Aquatic Club so amazing!

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Coach Kate Chaisty

Kate is an ASCTA Bronze Level Swimming Coach and has coached our Juniors for a number of years. Kate represented Australia at the 2008 Pacific School Games and brings a wealth of experience in stroke technique and developing young swimmers.

Head Coach Zoe Baker

Zoe has over 15 years of coaching experience at all levels including coaching high performance swimming. Zoe has coached at all 3 seasons of ISL and for the Great Britain team. Zoe herself competed at an international level and is a 4 times World record holder. Zoe joins us on pool deck from 26 April 2022.

Junior Coach Karen Vlastuin

Karen joined Peel Aquatic in 2021 as our Junior Coach. Karen is an ASCTA Bronze Level Swimming Coach and specialises in teaching stroke technique and correction. Karen is a professional trainer for swim teachers in her spare time!

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Coach Megan Larmour

Megan regularly competes at State and National level as well as supporting our swimmers entering competition for the first time. Megan is studying nursing, is a qualified lifeguard and was awarded the Commonwealth RLSS Russell Medal in 2021.

Assistant Coach Fin Larmour

Fin is another homegrown coach and a specialist at 100m Breaststroke. In 2021 Fin held the current WA State Residential, Country All Time & Country Residential records as well as qualifying and competing at Olympic Trials in Adelaide.

Assistant Coach Mackenzi Logan

Mackenzi recently qualified as a swimming coach and lifeguard having competed for Peel Aquatic at a National level. Mackenzi coaches our Dolphins and Bronze Squads under the guidance of our senior coaches and is training to be a school teacher.

 
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Michael Phelps

"If you’re not serious about training, conditioning, and practice. You’re not serious about being your best.”