After having his Olympic open water dreams shattered earlier this year, Nick Sloman may now get a second chance to qualify for Tokyo in his pet event.
Fields across the Sunshine Coast may be eerily quiet for now but officials are holding out hope that a “season of some description” could still be held this year.
While it was a tough decision, cancelling one of Australia’s longest-running longboard events was the right call, says Alex Mal Club president Kevin Annetts.
Despite nursing a broken foot Sunshine Coast’s Reed Mahoney is optimistic he can still take his game to new levels this year.
Leading Sunshine Coast trainer Stuart Kendrick has praised the industry for their efforts to keep the sport alive as he gears up for the first meet in the newly restructured “zones”.
After years of training and working at his local pool, Paralympian Liam Schluter now finds himself a fish out of water as he seeks to maintain fitness and form.
Sunshine Coast Falcons coach Sam Mawhinney says he will take unpaid leave and return to his teaching career to help the club out until the coronavirus pandemic passes.
After fighting his way to the final stage of Olympic selection, Bailey Armstrong will now have to reset, refocus and restart his qualification journey.
The Sunshine Coast Fire are gearing up to take youth development to groundbreaking new levels through a special academy program.