Physio Tips with Prue Stokes, South Cott Physiotherapy
With Port to Pub only 4 weeks away, I am sure you are all well in to your training. As a Sports Physio working in open water swimming, one of the most common problems I see as the athletes ramp up their training load leading in to an endurance event is a progressive tightening of the upper back, called the thoracic spine.
Good flexibility of the thoracic spine is imperative in open water swimming to enable:
We are so lucky to have the work of Perth-based digital artist Lizzie Marinko feature on the competitor hoodies and towels this year. The piece is created from a photo taken of the 2017 mixed team of four wave start on Leighton Beach.
As a family-owned WA company started in 1979, Scott Print has always looked to give back to the community, and after its support at our inaugural Port to Pub in 2016, we’re thrilled to have the Scotts team back on board as a sponsor again for the third year running!
There are some people in our community that need no formal introduction. Jamie Loh is unquestionable one of them – and that’s no accident.
For well over two decades, Jamie and his team at Jamie Loh Real Estate have created a new benchmark in the real estate game. A former investment banker, Jamie has focused his business in the Cottesloe and broader Western Suburbs market.
If you haven’t registered to swim yet, we suggest you get online quickly at www.porttopub.com.au as registrations close on 01 March 2018. We know you’ll be busy stepping up your training but here’s a quick reminder and check list of the key details to ensure you’re fully organised and have an awesome day.
Port to Pub Training Guide – 10 Week Countdown! with Ceinwen Roberts
If you haven’t started training yet for the Port to Pub Swim, don’t worry we are here to help. You have 10 weeks to go! Here is your Hotel Rottnest Port to Pub Training Guide to help keep you motivated and to give you some guidance in the lead up to the swim!