Jon Rudd’s 1st 100 Irish Days: Build Team, Mark Trees Blocking Pathway To Progress

Jon Rudd, courtesy of British Swimming

The first 100 days of a new life won’t start for Jon Rudd until next February but the coach had started the clock before today’s announcement that he is to lead the Irish swim program as National Performance Director to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and beyond: his priorities will including building a world-class team of experts around him and identifying trees that stand in the pathway of progress, mark them for felling, the welfare of athletes king

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The first 100 days of a new life won’t start for Jon Rudd until next February but the coach had started the clock before today’s announcement that he is to lead the Irish swim program as National Performance Director to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and beyond: his priorities will including building a world-class team of experts around him and identifying trees that stand in the pathway of progress, mark them for felling, the welfare of athletes king

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Brian Sweeney

Interesting Times ahead now with Jon driving forward. No better ‘Buachaill’ (Irish for Boy!) to go looking for the resources needed to build a sustainable system.

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