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Miami Swimming Club

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Miami Swimming Club is a renowned competitive swimming club based in Miami, Queensland, Australia.

Miami Swimming Club is based at the Miami Aquatic Centre, 80 Pacific Avenue, Miami, QLD 4220

The Miami Aquatic Centre has two 10 lane 50m FINA ratified pools.

  • The Northern Pool is called the 'Denis Cotterell Pool' and is 2m standard depth for the entire length and included a '25m Boom Wall' to increase training lane space and allow for 25m events. The pool has Omega Starting Blocks at one end an standard starting blocks at the other. This pool will undergo a minor refurbish within the next 3 years.
  • The Southern Pool 'New new Pool' has a graduated depth of 1.4m depth at the shallow end and 2m depth at the deep end (starting end) with Omega Starting Blocks at both ends and has an access ramp at the shallow end on the southern side of the pool.

The new pool refurbishment opened to the Public on the 8th of May 2021 and had it's official opening on the 15th of May 2021.


Founded in 1976 the club has produced or been involved with some of Australia's most well known swimmers and has a focus of developing swimmers from an early age to love swimming.

The club has a major family focus and encourages involvement at all levels.

Miami Swimming Club Head Coaches

  • Denis Cotterell - Founding Coach 1976
  • Raelene Ryan - Appointed October 2016
  • Richard Scarce - Appointed 8th May 2021

Prior to the recent facility refurbishment and the demolition of the 'old pool' prior to the 'New new poll' being created the Miami Swimming Club has a club house on premises that included a Junior Clubhouse and Senior Clubhouse with a Gym setup.

During the renovations the Club has outfitted a building provided by The City of Gold Coast Council as a Gym facility.

Notable Swimmers (Miami Superfish)[edit]

Listed based on highest level achieved

Andrew Baildon Jon Sieben Joanne Meehan Daniel Kowalski Toby Haenen Masato Hirano (JPN) Grant Hackett Giann Rooney Annabelle Williams OAM
Ben Schulte (GUM) Thomas Fraser-Holmes Daniel Smith Matt Stanley (NZL) Michelle Coleman (SWE) Lauren Boyle (NZL)
World Championships
Catherine Huggett Ky Hurst Stephen Penfold Kurtis McGillivary (CAN) Lauren Arnot Andrew Mewings Ephraim Hannant Cara Baker (NZL) Jade Nielsen
Ellen Fullerton Danielle DeFrancesco Bonnie Macdonald Katie Goldman Matt Levings Jordan Harrison
Commonwealth Games
Brett Stocks Brad Lambert Debbie Wade Leigh McBean Joanne Fargus Patrick Murphy
Pan Pacific Games
Michael Mackenzie Angie Greenwood Amelia Evatt-Davey Christopher Ashwood George O’Brien
Other Australian and International Teams
Debbie Croucher Forrest Butcher Katie Canning Rachel Searston Taylor Hardy Brooke Fletcher Liam Auer Amy Levings Declan Potts
Tiffany Papaemanouil Wally Eggleton David Parsonson Suzanne Ryan Jacob Vincent Bailey Armstrong Ruben Rees

Notable Members[edit]

Other Sports

See also[edit]

Other articles of the topic Australia : List of VFL Women's minor premiers, West Coast Club Champion (AFL Women's), Beanie kids, Andy Harpas, Pro Wrestling Women's Alliance, Creatures of Leisure, Pro Wrestling Australia
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  • List of swim clubs


External links[edit]

Category:1976 establishments in Australia Category:Sports clubs established in 1976 Category:Surf Life Saving Australia clubs Category:Sport on the Gold Coast, Queensland Category:Sports teams in Queensland Category:Australian swim teams Category:Swimming clubs Category:Swimming venues in Australia Category:Water polo venues

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