Bond University helps make wishes come true

24 February 2014

Bondy Mel Schlanger joined fellow Australian Olympians Chris Wright, Liesel Jones and Christian Sprenger at a Super Swim Clinic yesterday, February 23 at the Bond University pool to raise money for the Gold Coast branch of Make-A-Wish Australia.

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Bond University swimming pool

The swim champs sharing their training tips in the pool with swimmers of all ages—from kids through to masters—and all abilities. This swim clinic provided a great opportunity to help a very worthy cause and offered some training advice, tips, stroke correction, inspiration, and fun with the talented team of Olympians.
The clinic also offered some fabulous entertainment including a barbecue, jumping castle, raffles, Speedo and BodyScience prize packs, as well as giveaways.
All money raised from the clinic will be spent to grant wishes to children with a life-threatening medical condition.

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