Nick Marshall

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Nick Marshall graduated as a Physiotherapist in 2000 and worked at the 2000 Sydney Olympics at the Aquatic centre. Since 2002, Nick has been the Physiotherapist for the Queensland Surf Life Saving Team as well as the Australian Team and Ironman Series since 2008.

Marshall is the Clinical Senior of Outpatient Physiotherapy at the Tweed Heads Hospital, and holds an Academic title at Bond University relating to his student supervision and practical teaching. He has always been involved in surf lifesaving and competed at all levels over the last 28 years, and has won, medals at state, national and world titles as well as being selected as a reserve for the Australian Open Water Swimming Team after establishing the Queensland Record for 25 km marathon swim.

He is the current surf club coach for Nobby Beach Surf Club and co-owns Surf Life Physio. He is also the Surf Life Physio of OceanFit.

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