• Curtin University Athletic Club

    The Coaching Team

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    Kim Taylor

    Kim has been coaching at Curtin for the past seven years, originally joining the club as an athlete in 1985. Kim competed 1993 at the Malaysian National Athletics Championships were he was a member of the 4 x 100m and 4 x 400m relay teams that won silver and bronze respectively. He still completes in masters athletics and in 2017 he won silver in both the M50 60m and 100m.


    Kim is an accredited Level 2 Club Coach and is proud to contribute back to the club that shaped his life, both on and off the track.


    Kim focuses heavily of teaching athletes how to master the technical components to drive success.


    He seeks to create an enjoyable, motivating environment conducive to high performance where each athlete, regardless of ability, has an opportunity to achieve goals even they thought not possible.

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    Scott Andrews

    Under the guidance of coach Matt Barber, Scott began as an athlete with Curtin Athletics Club in 2006 whilst a sprinter at Aquinas College.


    During the early years of his training he commenced a degree program in Sports Science and found the techniques and practical knowledge learned from coach Matt Barber, to be reflected in the science of sprinting and strength training. Scott credits the time with Matt for teaching him effective methods for enhancing the mechanics and physiology of an individual to attain maximal velocity and rate of force development in many sports.


    Scott has held the role of strength and conditioning coach for the Perth Demons WAFL team, The Aquinas College rowing and athletics teams and more recently the Chinese National Speed Skating Team. Scott coached Gao Tingyu, the China National 500m record holder, to a personal best time. Scott values his experience in China and the insights he learned from National coaches.


    Scott now holds a Masters’ degree in Strength & Conditioning and level 2 accreditation with the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA).