Local Business Applications Provider, Cloud9Apps, based in Station Road, Henley on Thames, has stepped in to help Abingdon Vale by funding the kit, which was new on the market last year.
Cloud9Apps Managing Director, David Ross said "Swimming is a demanding sport requiring commitment and development of skills. As in business, we decided that anything that would help the coaches was a great investment in the club and the swimmers, and we look forward to seeing the results"
AVSC HeadCoach Amanda Ford took receipt of the training aids poolside and put them to use straight away. The waterproof headsets sit over the ears and at the back of the neck and don't interfere with any stroke, even Butterfly. "We'll be able to tweak stroke technique and provide encouragement directly 1:1 or to a group of headsets - its fun too and there will be no escape!"
The Swimming Club competes across Oxfordshire, the South East and Nationally and believes in maximising all swimmer potential through skills, nutrition, dry land training and fitness. CoChair Julia James said "AVSC is a non-profit making club with 150 members from all around the area - we rely on benefactors and sponsors like Cloud9Apps to make such purchases possible".
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