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Mel Makes a Wish to help sick kids with Super Swim Clinic

Bondy Mel Schlanger will team up with fellow Olympians Chris Wright, Liesel Jones and Christian Sprenger at a Super Swim Clinic this Sunday, February 23 at the Bond University Pool, to raise money for the Gold Coast branch of Make-A-Wish Australia.

The swim champs will be sharing their training tips in the pool with swimmers of all ages - from kids through to masters - and all abilities (as long as you can swim 25 metres) from 10am to 1pm.

It’s a great opportunity to help a very worthy cause and get some training advice, tips, stroke correction, inspiration and have some fun with the talented team of Olympians.

The clinic will also offer 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.

The cost of the swim clinic is just $10 and spectators are free, so if you’re keen to swim with an Olympian, or just have some fun in the sun, get on down to the Bond University Pool this Sunday!

To register for the event, go to, or you can pay on the day at the pool.

Bond University is a proud supporter of this charity event


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