Paul Newsome

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Paul Newsome of Swim Smooth

Paul Newsome is an open water swimmer from Australia who successfully completed the English Channel on 9 September 2011 in 12 hours 14 minutes and has completed the Rottnest Channel Swim 4 times as well as won the 2013 Manhattan Island Marathon Swim. He is the founder and Head Coach of Swim Smooth, together with Adam Young.

He also writes “Swim Plus” for H2Open Magazine.

His life in competitive swimming started at the age of 7 in Bridlington, East Yorkshire, England. He joined the UK's World Class Potential program at Bath University whilst studying for his Sports Science Degree and became a British Universities Triathlon Champion and came 11th at the World Student Games.


WOWSA Awards

Newsome's Swim Smooth was nominated for the 2013 World Open Water Swimming Offering of the Year award. Its nomination reads,

Learning how to swim, learning how to swim better, and learning how to swim well is the mission of Swim Smooth. Paul Newsome and Adam Young of Swim Smooth and their global community of experienced swim coaches take the education and definition of efficient and effective swimming strokes very seriously and very professionally. Swim Smooth provides a comprehensive slew of online materials, clinics, and one-on-one opportunities to disseminate proper and cutting-edge information of optimal customized aquatic success for both triathletes and open water swimmers. For their year-round constant effort to help individuals of all ages and abilities, for their beautiful presentation of swimming styles, for their easy-to-understand videos, illustrations, and written communications, the collective assets of Swim Smooth is a worthy nominee for the 2013 World Open Water Swimming Offering of the Year.

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