Glen Christiansen is a former Swedish swimmer who won his first Senior National Title at the age of 17 and held the Swedish Record for the next 22 years. After retiring from swimming at the age of 25, he became a coach and quickly produced several National Champions. He has since coached swimmers from around the world, including at the Olympic Games in Atlanta. He has also managed several sports clubs and developed fitness studios and wellness areas. Glen is now living his dream by organizing swim camps, giving seminars and workshops, coaching, teaching, and inspiring swimmers of all ages. He has broken over 50 World Masters records and won 15 World champion titles. As a personal trainer and mentor, he helps top athletes and managers reach their full potential.
- Won his first Senior National Title with a Swedish Record at the age of 17
- Continued to hold the Swedish Record for the next 22 years
- Participated in the Olympic Games in Moscow, 1980
- Qualified his first Olympic swimmer for the Los Angeles Games in 1984
- Coached swimmers from three countries at the Atlanta Olympic Games
- Managed a swimming club in Sweden with 2500 members, 17 employed full-time staff, 150 part-time coaches, and 1000 children in their swim school
- Head coach for the Copenhagen University swim team
Areas of work
- Competitive swimming (as a record-holding athlete and coach)
- Sports club management (including developing fitness studios, swimming programs, and wellness areas)
- Personal training and mentorship for top athletes and managers
- Swim camps, seminars, and workshops
- Writing books and inspiring swimmers of all ages
events and courses
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