Coaches
  • SARAH MAYNE

    Subbies Coach

    An Albury local, Sarah started calisthenics at North East Border in Rutherglen in 1996.  Our most experienced coach, she became accredited at the age of 18.  She coached at Wodonga Calisthenics before moving to Melbourne and continuing to coach & compete.  She has a wealth of calisthenics knowledge, having taught Tinies through to Seniors at both metropolitan and regional clubs.

    Sarah returned to the border at the end of 2016 and opened Twin City Calisthenics with Bilee.  She is looking forward to coaching Subbies in 2021.

    Sarah now lives in Wodonga with her husband & three daughters.

  • BILEE OLIVER

    Juniors and Seniors Coach

    A border local, Bilee started calisthenics at North East Border in Rutherglen in 1994. After eleven years as a competitive student she took a break from calisthenics to focus on her VCE before moving away to Bendigo to study engineering and continue calisthenics at a new club.

    Returning to the Border in 2012 Bilee became accredited, coaching Juniors and Seniors at Wodonga Calisthenics Academy for five years, before opening Twin City Calisthenics with Sarah.  Bilee is excited to coach both Juniors and Seniors in 2021.

    Bilee lives in Wodonga with her husband, daughter and three dogs.

  • JACCI HAYNES

    Seniors Coach

    Jacci has been a Cali girl for 30+ years, starting at just 3 years of age. She was a part of Bundoora Calisthenics Club for 27 years and then joined Twin City Calisthenics in 2017, their founding year.

     

    She is a Mortgage Broker and travels for work between Bright and Melbourne and everywhere in between.  She has assisted across all age groups, but particularly enjoys the challenge with the older age levels.

     

    She feels very privileged to be co-coaching the TCC Seniors team with Bilee. She looks forward to sharing her skills and knowledge of calisthenics and helping our seniors reach their full potential and have a successful year, but more importantly to have a fun and a wonderful 2021.

  • BEC WILCOX

    Tinies and Juniors Coach

    Growing up on the border, Bec began calisthenics in 2002. After 13 years of competing and assisting with Calisthenics, Bec left Wodonga to study engineering in Bathurst and Wagga Wagga.

     

    Bec returned to calisthenics in 2019, competing with the seniors team whilst undertaking her coaching accreditation. She is thrilled to be coaching the Juniors with Jess in 2020 and continuing to perform with the seniors.

     

    Bec lives in Wodonga and enjoys hiking, pilates and good coffee!

  • CLAIRE CIANTAR

    Inters Coach

    Claire is originally from Sunbury, and spent 16 years competing with Sunbury School of Calisthenics, as well as eight years assisting all age groups from Tinies through to Seniors.  

     

    In 2019 Claire became accredited, before moving to Albury at the end of the year to become a journalist with Nine News.

     

    Claire is extremely excited to be taking on the role of Inters coach in 2021 in her first year at Twin City. She’s also very keen to hit the stage after a few years off as a member of the Seniors team and wishes everyone a fun and successful 2021

  • JORDAN TAYLOR

    Subbies Assistant Coach

    Growing up on the border, Jordan begun calisthenics in 2004. After participating in a recreational team for 5 years Jordan joined the competitive Juniors in 2008.

     

    Throughout her final years of high school, Jordan studied Certificate III in Dance. In 2018 Jordan undertook her recreational coaching accreditation and is currently undertaking her Level 1 coaching accreditation. She is excited to be assisting Sarah with Sub Juniors in 2021.

    Jordan lives in Wodonga and enjoys spending time with her partner and friends, kayaking and exploring, as well as playing a few board games or video games if she isn’t studying or working.

  • EMILY CARISS

    Albury Rec Coach

    Emily first began her calisthenics journey at the age of 6 at Upper Kiewa Valley Calisthenics in Mt Beauty.   She also competed with Horsham Calisthenics College as a Junior for 3 years before taking a few years off.

    After returning to Calisthenics in 2014, Emily has been involved with  Wodonga Calisthenics Academy and Twin City Calisthenics as a competitor and an assistant.  She is very excited and looking forward her first coaching position as Albury Recreational Coach in 2021.

    Emily lives in Wodonga and is half way through her Bachelor of Teaching (K-12) at Charles Sturt University. She is also a Swimming Teacher in the Albury/Wodonga region

ASSISTANTS

The assistants program at TCC is offered to students aged 14 and over. It was developed to provide an educational program which will increase the Calisthenic skills and knowledge of students and better prepare them for entry to the Level One program. It provides opportunity and encouragement to work toward self improvement and expertise in their coaching knowledge. It promotes the development of strong leadership skills under the guidance of an accredited Level One coach. Assistants are expected to attend their teams classes and competitions, as well as the end of year concert and other TCC events. They must be dedicated to the sport and show a willingness to learn. It is a prerequisite to attend the assistants workshop, which is conducted late in the year before, and to have been doing Calisthenics for 2 years and have undertaken pupil skills exam(s) in previous years. Assistants play an important role in classes through running warm ups and cool downs, assisting with technical corrections and interacting with the pupils. 

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