Designation: Head Coach
Eugene Chia joined Singapore Swimming Club on 8 December 2021.
Education: Coach Eugene is an experienced Level 3 coach and has a graduate diploma in Sports Coaching from University of Queensland.
Experience: Coach Eugene has 16 years of coaching experience. He has a myriad of coaching experiences at Singapore Swimming Association, Singapore Sports School and different swimming clubs. Throughout his coaching career, he has groomed swimmers that have won medals at the SEA games and also qualified for Youth Olympic Games, Asian Games and the World Championships.
Zhang Chang Yan
Designation: Section Head
Coach Zhang joined the Club in 2002. She has since been coaching different levels of age group swimmers in competitive programme. She was appointed Section Head of Development & Competitive Programme in September 2012.
Education: She graduated from Shanghai Institute of Physical Education majoring in Exercise and Training.
Experience: She coached Jing De Zhen Physical Education Bureau Swimming Team in Jiangxi Province (China) for four years.
Designation: Section Head
Coach Kelvin joined Singapore Swimming Club as the Learn-to-Swim Section Head on 1 December 2021.
Education: He graduated from Northumbria University with a degree in Business Admin and Management.
Experience: Prior to joining Singapore Swimming Club, he has been coaching since 1999 and has past experiences in coaching across multiple levels from infants to competitive levels at international schools and various clubs. He is a member of the Singapore Life Saving Society, a Standard First Aid Instructor, a certified Scuba Schools International scuba diving and swim teacher instructor, a NROC swimming coach, as well as a certified People's Association Trainer for Swimming.
Coach Yi Fan joined Singapore Swimming Club in 2013.
Education: A graduate from Wuhan Institute of Physical Education majoring in Swimming.
Experience: Coach Yi Fan was a competitive swimmer with the Hubei Province Swimming Team, China before coaching the same team for 10 years.
Coach Crystal joined Singapore Swimming Club in 1999 and over the years, she has been coaching various levels in the Learn-to-Swim and Development & Competitive programmes.
Education: A graduate from the Shanghai Institute of Physical Education majoring in Exercise and Training.
Experience: She had coached at the Shanghai Sports Club, China for nine years.
Coach Anson joined Singapore Swimming Club in 2010 and the coach of Development and Competitive programme.
Education: He graduated from the Wuhan Institute of Physical Education, majoring in Exercise and Training.
Experience: He has more than 10 years of coaching experience in both China and Singapore.
Coach Yang Bin joined Singapore Swimming Club on 26 June 2017.
Education: He graduated with a Master Degree in Sports Training & Science from Wuhan Institute of Physical Education.
Experience: He is a certified NROC swimming coach with more than 10 years of coaching experience in Singapore from Beginners to Competitive swimmers.
Coach Sunny joined Singapore Swimming Club on 2 May 2018.
Education: Coach Sunny is currently pursuing a Degree in Physical Education, minoring in Psychology from Singapore University of Social Sciences. He is a NROC swimming coach in Singapore as well as a SwimSafer-certified Instructor and Assessor.
Experience : Prior to joining Singapore Swimming Club, Sunny has 3-5 years of coaching experience in MOE for Primary 1-3 students based on the SwimSafer syllabus. He was also an appointed swim coach under SportsSG (SportsCares).
Coach Arthur joined the Singapore Swimming Club on 15 October 2018.
Education: Coach Arthur holds Level 1 and 2 certification for the American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA). He is also a FINA approved Technical Official holding both the FINA Swimming Official Certificate as well as the Singapore Swimming Association (SSA) Swimming Technical Official Level 1 certificate.
Experience: A coach with wealth of experience, Coach Arthur has been with the Kuching Amateur Swimming Association (KASA) since 2012 and was also part of the Sarawak state coaching team for the Malaysia Games in both 2015 and 2016.