Tasmanian swimmers have the chance to get some tips from the state's double Olympic champion Ariarne Titmus.
The 21-year-old, who became Tasmania's first individual Olympic champion in Tokyo, is returning to the pool where she cut her teeth as a young swimmer.
The former Riverside and Launceston Aquatic Club member will host a junior excellence clinic on Tuesday, September 14, at Launceston Aquatic Centre.
Titmus will be joined by Devonport's Australian Dolphin para swimmer Jake Templeton and one of Tasmania's high-performance coaches, Amanda Punch.
Swimming Tasmania chief executive Jamie McIntyre said it was a major coup to have Tassie's golden girl return home.
"Swimming Tasmania is excited to have Ariarne return to the State and run a JX Clinic for our younger swimmers," he said.
"This is a great opportunity for our athletes to learn from and be inspired by a champion and to see what can be achieved with hard work and dedication.
"We are thrilled Ariarne has made the time to return home and give back to grassroots swimming in the community during her brief trip to Tasmania and we cannot wait to host her."
The clinic is open to all Swimming Tasmania JX swimmers.
Titmus won gold in both 200m and 400m freestyles in Tokyo, a silver in the 800m and bronze in the 4x200m relay.
Her visit will also see her handed keys to the city and have the aquatic centre's pool named in her honour.
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