Dolfin Swimwear Partners With Internationally Acclaimed Swim Coach Bud McAllister

Dolfin swimwear have recently teamed up with Bud McAllister in their bid to become a global swimming brand with serious Dolfin Swimming Costumescompetitive prospects.

Bud McAllister is head coach at the Western Institute of Sport (WAIS) based in Perth, Australia. McAllister began his coaching career in 1980, during this time he has worked in the USA, UK, Canada and now works with some of Australia's top elite swimmers at the Perth Nothern Suburbs High Performance Centre.

McAllister chose to join the Dolfin team because of Dolfin's impeccable swimming products. Their range of swimwear for training and racing is produced to the highest standards, they listen to the needs of swimmers and produce their swimsuits based on feedback from the swimming community.

Although he has coached quite a few of the greats, his biggest success story is coaching Janet Evans (USA) to three gold medals at the 1988 Olympic games in Seoul, South Korea. Swimmers that he has coached have won 5 Olympic and countless world, Pan-American, Pan-Pacific, Goodwill, Paralympic, Commonwealth, and European championship medals.

So you can see why Dolfin are glad to have him on board, with that huge wealth of experience!

“It’s always exciting to add an extraordinary coach like Bud to the Dolfin team, but our partnership with him is even more thrilling because it allows us to take an important step to grow our brand overseas. With many great products on the market, we’re honored that Bud sees Dolfin as the best in the industry and proud that he wants his swimmers in our technical apparel. We’re looking forward to gaining valuable feedback and insight from such a high-caliber coach.”

— Matt Zimmer, VP Sales & Marketing at Dolfin

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