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|Head Coach Hazem Hussein|
Coach Hazem’s competitive swimming coaching career began in 1991 as Head of Age Group Swimming for the Cairo Sporting Club. He went on to coach for five other clubs in Egypt and one club in the UK. He was the Head Coach of Helwan University’s swim team from 2011 to 2012, and Head Coach of the Prince Albert Sharks Swim Club for the 2012-13 swim season. Over the years, Coach Hazem has helped many Age Group and Senior swimmers achieve great results, including county, regional, provincial and national medals and records in Egypt and the UK. Coach Hazem also brings a strong research and teaching background with a PhD in Sports Physiology, along with his ability to speak five languages – Arabic, English, French, German and Spanish.
Canada – CSCA Senior Coach (Trained)
USA – ASCA Level 5 Swimming Coach
UK – ASA Level 4 Swimming Coach
| ||Coach Pamela Rogoza-Hayward|
Coach Pamela is from Brandon, MB. She has been involved in swimming all her life. She had had the opportunity to coach in Manitoba, Ontario and now Saskatchewan. Pamela began teaching swimming lessons and lifeguard in 2000 with the Brandon Family YMCA as well as the Brandon Bluefins Swim Team. In 2004 she began coaching competitive for the Brandon Great Whit Special Olympics Swim Team. She spent two years as the I Can Swim Coordinator with the Brandon Bluefins Swim Team. In 2008 she coached with Owen Sound Aquatic Club, in Ontario, for 3 years; coaching the first two levels of their program. She has 8 years of competitive coaching experience under her swim cap and is currently working on achieving her Comp Dev Level (Old Level 3) in competitive swimming.
Pamela has been coaching with the Saskatoon Lasers since 2011 and has enjoyed watching her swimmers become great technical swimmers and succeed at meets. She is also actively involved in coaching with the Special Olympics Saskatoon Swimming Team and works full-time as a Support Worker for Autism Services.
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| ||Pool School Coordinator Natalya Milner|
Natalya has been coaching the Pool School swimmers with the Lasers since September 2012. Prior to moving to Saskatoon she swam competitively for 11 years, most recently for the Regina Dolphins and the U of R Cougars. She is currently swimming with the U of S masters team. She has been lifeguarding and teaching swimming lessons with the City of Regina since 2009 and began coaching for the Junior Dolphin program in April 2012. She is certified as a Red Cross Water Safety Instructor and Lifesaving Instructor and is looking forward to giving back to the swimming community while gaining more coaching experience and knowledge.
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