Amanda Simper

Amanda Simper OLYMPIAN

Amanda joined Swanbourne Nedlands SLSC in 1988 and was introduced to paddling. She started training on surf skis before competing competitively in the Sprint discipline. She became a level one sprint coach and put this to good use, developing up and coming paddlers.

Significant achievements
  • Amanda competed in her first National Championships in 1995, winning the K1 1000m and competing in the B Final of the K1 500m.
  • Amanda made her first Australian team in 1997 as one of the original WAIS athletes.
  • Amanda finished 10th at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games in the K4 500m event.

Paddle WA

Congratulations on an amazing achievement Amanda!

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