#331 From Malaysia to Australia: Mia O'Leary talks training at Bond under Chris Mooney
Mia O'Leary, fresh off the Australian A Team's visit to Irvine, California, stops by to tell her story.
Mia grew up in Thailand and Malaysia before randomly meeting Dean Boxall at a meet in Malaysia. At 14, she moved to Australia to begin really focusing on swimming.
She has since moved to Bond University to train under head coach Chris Mooney.
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