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Welcome to WG Aquatics.

Your Swimming Performance is Our Business

WG Aquatics is lead by leading world performance coach Wayne Goldsmith. With over 25 years experience working with some of the world’s top swimmers, coaches and teams, Wayne delivers engaging, exciting and effective swimming and triathlon programs for people of all ages and levels of ability.

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Goal Setting for Swimmers and Triathletes

Goals, Goals, Goals.
People talk about short-term goals, medium-term goals, long-term goals, life goals, financial goals….seems like everyone’s got goals. Some people even set goals about setting goals.

In swimming, goal setting has typically been used to give a swimmer a focus or a target to work towards like competing in a […]

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The Top Ten Technique Tips for Every Swimmer

1. Effective propulsive movements in swimming go from SLOW to FAST.
In swimming, effective propulsive movements are SLOW to FAST.
In Fly, you reach long, feel the water, catch then accelerate through the stroke to recovery. Same in back. Same in breast (arms and legs). Same in free.
It starts with an effective feel […]


Wayne Goldsmith has a unique ability to convert successful philosophies in sport and apply them with tremendous success to the corporate world. Wayne’s approach to performance and his ability to think and do outside the box is cutting edge. He has a tremendous knowledge and passion for performance in both sport and business.”

Bill Sweetenham, leading swimming coach and performance consultant. Five times national head coach Swimming Australia Ltd.