Head Coach ADN Swim Project

Born in Rome – 10/10/1972

INTERNATIONAL COACHING EXPERIENCE
Head Coach and Technical director A.D.N Swim Project, first European program for international swimmers
Coaching six International athletes to the 2009 World Championship
Coaching four International athletes to the 2005 World Championship
Olympic Coach Athens 2004 (Trinidad and Tobago – Personal Coach)
Coaching four International athletes to the 2004 Olympic Games
2003-2005 Assistant Coach Coral Spring Swim Club, Florida – Usa

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
University of Udine (Protocol Development) – Udine, Italy 2000-2003 Collaboration with the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, Department of Science and Biomedical Technologies, at the University of Udine
We have developed the following protocols:

  • Measurement of VO2max in swimmers: a test performed with procedures used for the first time in Italy (Codroipo, 2002) and published on the swimming association magazine La tecnica del nuoto (The swimming technique) in September 2000
  • Monitoring of maximum heart rate in two subsequent periods (September – March) and analysis of the consequent variations (San Vito, Pordenone, 2001)

ITALIAN COACHING EXPERIENCE
Serenissima Swim team (Assistant Swimming Coach)
Mestre – Italy 2001-2003
Technical staff of Serenissima Nuoto, a team led by Paolo Penso, former coach of the Cuban national swimming team at the Pan-American Games (Havana, 1991)
San Vito Swim Club (Head Swimming Coach
Pordenone – Italy 2001-2003
Responsible for the day to day training regiment for club members, ranging in age from 12-25.
Codroipo Swim Club (Head Coach and Sports Director)
Udine – Italy 1996 -2000
Responsible for the day to day training regiment for club members.

INTERNATIONAL COACHING EXPERIENCE
2003 – 2005 Assistance coach in USA (Coral Springs Swim Team – FL) with Michael Lohberg, six times Olympic Coach in 1984-1988-1992-1996-2000-2004
2005 – 2010 The resourcefulness of coach Andrea Di Nino, combined with the experience he gained in the States at Coral Springs (but also in Italy and in Greece, culminating with the participation in the Athens Olympics in 2004) led to the creation of a simple yet effective and unique program for those wishing to compete at high levels.
Coached four International athletes to the 2012 Olympic Games, London
Coached six International athletes to the 2011 World Championships, Shanghai
Coached four International athletes to the 2009 World Championships, Rome
Coached three International athletes to the 2008 Olympic Games, Beijing
Coached three International athletes to the 2007 World Champioships, Melbourne

COACHING ACHIEVEMENTS
2005 – 2014: A.D.N Swim Project Head coach of the following swimmers:

Evgeny Korotyshkin (Russia) Olympic silver medallist London 2012, World Champion Dubai 2010 in short course, World record holder, European champion Istanbul 2009/Budapest 2010/Herning 2013, Finalist at World Championships Barcelona 2013

Andrey Govorov (Ukraine) First at University Games in Kazan 2013 – 50m butterfly, Third at University Games in Kazan 2013 – 50m freestyle, finalist at World Championships Barcelona 2013, European Champion Herning 2013 – 50m buttefly, Third in European Championships Herning 2013 – 50m freestyle

Sergey Fesikov (Russia) Bronze Olympic medallist 4x100free relay London 2012, third at World Championships Dubai 2010 in short course, was World record holder, European champion 100free short course Szczezin 2011, Silver European champion Herning 2013, Finalist at World Championships

Milorad Cavic (Serbia) World Champion and silver medallist with European record, Rome 2009. European champion short course, Rijeka 2008

Jason Dunford (Kenya) First at Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010, Finalist at World Championships, Continental record holder

Roman Sludnov (Russia) Finalist at the Olympic Games, Peking 2008

Randall Bal (USA) Former World Record holder, long and short course

Fabiola Molina (Brazil) Olympian, Peking 2008. Finalist at the World Champion, Rome 2009

Gabriel Mangabeira (Brazil) Vice Pan American champion, Rio de Janeiro 2007

Triin Aljand (Estonia) Semi finalist at the World Championship, Rome 2009

Miroslava Najdanovski (Serbia) Semi finalist at the European Championship, Istanbul 2009

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