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Coach Phil C Carrero
 
 

Flavours of the Renaissance, portrait commissions.

  

Coach Profile

 
  First Name: Phillip
Last Name: Carrero
Date of Birth: 6-May-1951
Telephone: 02 4647 0988
0401 128 334
E-mail address Contact Page
Coaching Level: Level 3 AAC & ATFCA
Events: Pole Vault
Years experience in PV: Since 1965
Status: Married to Llewena. Two sons, Chris, 28  and Jeff, 32. One daughter, Sarah, 4
  
Training Schedule Check our Schedule and Join Us!!
  
Coaching in 
other sports:
No, Pole Vault being the most demanding event in the calendar, exception made of the decathlon, doesn't leave time for anything else.
  
Athletic background: Started pole vaulting at age 14.
1966: 2.70m, first comp. 
1969: 4.20m vaulting with aluminium pole on sand pit, under 19 all-time south-American record. 
1977: 4.20m at Hensley Field, RBH club record. 
1978: 4.40m at Valencia, Ca, USA while at college. 
Back competing with Masters in 2000: 
2001-2: 3.30m 1st. State Masters, 
2002-3: 3.40m 1st. State and Nationals, 
2003-4: 3.50m 1st. State and Nationals, 
2004-5: 3.60m 1st. State, 2nd. Nationals, 
2005-6: 3.45m 1st. State Masters.
2006-7:   3.65m, Australian Record 55-59 yr group
2011-12: 3.40m, Australian Record 60-64 yr group
  
Name and level of coached athletes: Andrew Flint, 4.00m Bankstown Sports Athletics/ Open club record/ Masters NSW record 30-34.
Jack Hicking, 4.35m Bankstown Sports Athletics/ Men's Under 14 to Open club record.
Jessie Driels, 2.20m, Tilly Measday 2.60m, Randwick Botany Harriers/ Women's club record Under 18.
Janina Strauts, 2.90m,
Albert Gay, 2.75m (NSW MR 70-75) Nick Fludder, 3.90m, Tim Kersten, Elsie Measday, Kasia Slowikowski,
  
Coaching philosophy:
  1. We need to pass on to others what we know best:
  2. Partly because of my teacher's background. Partly because Pole Vault and Portrait Painting are my true call in life. Partly because I'm not very good at anything else unless it is related to Pole Vault and Painting.
  3. A call worth passing on has to build whole individuals, physically, mentally and spiritually. "Mens sana in corpore sano", It translates as "A healthy mind in a healthy body." Over time, the phrase has come to mean that only a healthy body can produce or sustain a healthy mind. This was as true in the Victorian Era as it is today.
  4. Pole Vault will always burn with passion within a Pole Vaulter through his/her entire life.
  5. Pole Vault is an amazing event. Live it and Love it!
  6. Pole Vault is a wonderful, transferable concept to pass on to others so that them, and the event, will have a future.
  7. Pole Vault is a life-time learning experience and everyone that aims to excel at it should be given the opportunity. 

My philosophy aims to do just that, wether the athlete is at the beginning, at the middle or at the top... of The Pole Vault Experience

(Extracted from "About Us", a statement of purpose.)

  
Testimonials: Andrew Flint. Andrew is a Gymnastics Instructor and took on pole vault training for the first time in December '06. Stiff pole technique: Fifth session: 3.10m (8 step) Sixth: 3.40m (10 step). After three months: 3.70m. 10 months 4.00m (4.50m at training)

  

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