Laurie Lawrence Slaps ‘Ludicrous’ Tag On Lack of School Swim Lessons In Queensland

The best time to learn - photo courtesy of FINIS

Children in Queensland, host to the Commonwealth Games this April and the birthing pool of many an Aussie swim legend, even more Dolphins and national-team-producing programs are not taught how to swim at school as part of the curriculum but the pressure is on to make it compulsory. On the way to the 30th anniversary of Seoul 1988, Duncan Armstrong and all that, veteran coach Laurie Lawrence weighs in

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Children in Queensland, host to the Commonwealth Games this April and the birthing pool of many an Aussie swim legend, even more Dolphins and national-team-producing programs are not taught how to swim at school as part of the curriculum but the pressure is on to make it compulsory. On the way to the 30th anniversary of Seoul 1988, Duncan Armstrong and all that, veteran coach Laurie Lawrence weighs in

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