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Zak Mulvaney

I am currently in my first year at Loughborough University studying BSc Sports, Exercise and Health Sciences.

Zak MulvaneyI started diving at the age of eight at my local diving club. I dived competitively for eight years, reaching national age group level and I represented the London borough of Croydon three times in the London youth games. Once I finished competing in diving I started to coach at the club that I previously dived with. I coached for two years before attending university.

I have also volunteered in other areas. I had been involved in coaching gymnastics for five years before university, which along with coaching diving, has helped me to realise my love for the coaching side of sport. As well as this I volunteer at a local youth club, organising a variety of games for the young people. I have also volunteered as a leader on CPAS summer camps for the past three years.

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