ABOUT
KYLIE HOLT
ABOUT
KYLIE HOLT
SPORTS & EXERCISE PHYSIOTHERAPIST Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist SPORTS & EXERCISE PHYSIOTHERAPIST ABOUT KYLIE HOLT

Kylie has completed Medical Science in 1992 and a Physiotherapy Degree from the University of Sydney in 1999 and became a Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist in 2005 following her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at La Trobe University. She is in her final year of PhD at the University of Canberra investigating the ‘Pathoanatomy of an elite swimmers’ shoulder’

Through her work with the above elite teams, Kylie has a special interest in shoulder and lower limb injuries, rehabilitation, and return to sport. She has presented to Sports Physicians, Physiotherapists, Coaches, and Athletes on various topics relating to injury management, prevention, and training loads, as well as supervising and mentoring student and junior physiotherapists.

Kylie represented Australia in the 400m Hurdles and enjoys keeping fit running and going to the gym, in addition to being a mum of 3 active children.

Kylie has been working in High-Performance Sport for over 20 years originally in Sydney, followed by 10 years at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and recently for Swimming Australia. She has been a Physiotherapist to the Australian Swimming Team for the past 10 years and previously for the Australian Track & Field Team, Australian Women’s Gymnastics Team, Australian Women’s Softball Team, and various Netball teams (NSWIS, AIS, Sydney Sandpipers), traveling internationally with all the above teams.

Kylie’s career highlight is being an Australian Team Physiotherapist at 3 Olympic Games (London 2012, Rio 2016, Tokyo 2020) and 3 Commonwealth Games (Delhi 2010, Glasgow 2014, Gold Coast 2018) where she worked across various sports including Women’s Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnastics, Athletics, Swimming, Taekwondo, Badminton, Synchronised Swimming, Diving, Archery & Boxing.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor of Medical Science, University of Sydney (1996)
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) with Distinction University of Sydney (2000)
  • Masters Sports Physiotherapy, La Trobe University (2006)
  • APA Sports Physiotherapy Title awarded (2006)
  • PhD candidate, University of Canberra “Pathoanatomy of an Elite Swimmers Shoulder” (current)
  • ASCA Level 2 Strength & Conditioning Coach (2015)
  • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • Member Sports Medicine Australia

ELITE SPORT COVERAGE

2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002

2020

  • FINA World Open Water Series, Doha
  • Olympic Games, Tokyo (Postponed)

2019

  • FINA World Swimming Championships Gwangju (South Korea)
  • FINA World Open Water Series, Seychelles
  • FINA World Swimming Series, China

2018

  • Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast
  • FINA World Open Water Series, Portugal / Hungary

2017

  • FINA World Swimming Championships, Budapest (Hungary)

2016

  • Olympic Games, Rio

2015

  • FINA World Swimming Championships, Kazan (Russia)
  • FINA World Swimming Series, Perth
  • World Cup Gymnastics, Belgium

2014

  • Commonwealth Games, Glasgow

2013

  • IAAF World Youth Track & Field Championships, Donetsk (Ukraine)

2012

  • Olympic Games, London
  • World Cup Gymnastics, Doha

2011

  • Commonwealth Youth Games, Isle of Mann
  • Australian Swimming Team (Current)
  • FINA World Swimming Series, Berlin / Stockholm / Moscow
  • Australian Institute of Sport / Australian Women’s Artistic Gymnastics (Current)
  • World Cup Gymnastics, Croatia

2010

  • Commonwealth Games, Delhi

2009

  • Australian Institute of Sport / National Training Centre Swimming Squads (Current)
  • World University Games Athletics, Serbia
  • Australian Institute of Sport Netball Team (Till 2011)
  • Australian U17/U19/U21 Netball Squads (Till 2018)

2008

  • Commonwealth Youth Games, Pune
  • IAAF World Junior Track & Field Championships, Bydgoszcz (Poland)

2007

  • IAAF World Youth Track & Field Championships, Ostrava (Czech Republic)

2006

  • IAAF Athletics World Cup, Athens
  • IAAF World Junior Track & Field Championships, Beijing (China)
  • Australian & NSWIS Women’s Softball Teams (Till 2008)
  • International Series Women’s Softball, Australia, Canada, China, Japan, Italy, Netherlands

2005

  • IAAF World Youth Track & Field Championships, Marrakesh (Morocco)

2004

  • IAAF World Junior Track & Field Championships, Grosseto (Italy)
  • Hunter Jaegers National League Netball Team
  • NSWIS Netball Team (Till 2007)

2003

  • Sydney Sandpipers National League Netball Team
  • Youth Olympic Games, Sydney

2002

  • NSW University Rugby Union (2002 – 2003)
  • NRL Roosters & Souths Sydney Rabbitohs (Till 2004)

PUBLISHED RESEARCH

ACT SMA Research Award

Higher Degree in Research Award in Sports Medicine (2020)

University of Canberra Award

Best 1st Year UCRISE Student Conference Presentation (2017)

Holt KL, Raper DP, Boettcher CE, Waddington GS, Drew MK. HHD strength measures for IR & ER demonstrate superior reliability, lower MDC, and higher correlation to isokinetic dynamometry than EFD of the shoulder. Phys Ther Sport. 2016;21:75–81

Holt K, Boettcher C, Halaki M, Ginn KA. Humeral torsion and shoulder rotation range of motion parameters in elite swimmers. J Sci Med Sport. 2017;20(5):469–74

Boettcher, C., Halaki, M., Holt, K., & Ginn, K. A. (2020). Is the Normal Shoulder Rotation Strength Ratio Altered in Elite Swimmers?. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 52(3), 680-684.

Delbridge, A., Boettcher, C., & Holt, K. An Inside look at ‘Swimmers Shoulder’: Antero-superior Internal Impingement (ASII)‘A Cause of ‘Swimmer’s Shoulder’. ASPETAR Sports Med Journal 2019: 8(1): 110-119

Walker H, Holt K. Swimmers Shoulder. SMA Vol 3: issue 3, 2018

PRESENTATIONS

  • Level 1,2 & 3 Sports Physiotherapy Course
  • Sports Physiotherapy Australia Conferences
  • Sports Medicine Australia Conferences
  • New Horizons in Sports Medicine Conference
  • Sports Medicine & Physiotherapy Network – Advanced Upper Limb Rehabilitation in Sport
  • Federation for International Gymnastics (FIG) Level 2 Coaching Course
  • Department of Sport & Recreation, Level 2 Coaches Course
  • Swimming Australia High Performance Network, Coaches, Junior Programs
  • Athletics Australia Junior High-Performance Programs
  • Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE)
  • Sports & Exercise Physician Registrars
  • University of Canberra – UCRISE

Kylie has completed Medical Science in 1992 and a Physiotherapy Degree from the University of Sydney in 1999 and became a Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist in 2005 following her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at La Trobe University. She is in her final year of PhD at the University of Canberra investigating the ‘Pathoanatomy of an elite swimmers’ shoulder’

Through her work with the above elite teams Kylie has a special interest in shoulder and lower limb injuries, rehabilitation, and return to sport. She has presented to Sports Physicians, Physiotherapists, Coaches, and Athletes on various topics relating to injury management, prevention, and training loads, as well as supervising and mentoring student and junior physiotherapists.

Kylie represented Australia in the 400m Hurdles and enjoys keeping fit running and going to the gym, in addition to being a mum of 3 active children.

Kylie has completed Medical Science in 1992 and a Physiotherapy Degree from the University of Sydney in 1999 and became a Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist in 2005 following her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at La Trobe University. She is in her final year of PhD at the University of Canberra investigating the ‘Pathoanatomy of an elite swimmers’ shoulder’

Through her work with the above elite teams Kylie has a special interest in shoulder and lower limb injuries, rehabilitation, and return to sport. She has presented to Sports Physicians, Physiotherapists, Coaches, and Athletes on various topics relating to injury management, prevention, and training loads, as well as supervising and mentoring student and junior physiotherapists.

Kylie represented Australia in the 400m Hurdles and enjoys keeping fit running and going to the gym, in addition to being a mum of 3 active children.

Kylie has been working in High-Performance Sport for over 20 years originally in Sydney, followed by 10 years at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and recently for Swimming Australia. She has been a Physiotherapist to the Australian Swimming Team for the past 10 years and previously for the Australian Track & Field Team, Australian Women’s Gymnastics Team, Australian Women’s Softball Team, and various Netball teams (NSWIS, AIS, Sydney Sandpipers), traveling internationally with all the above teams.

Kylie’s career highlight is being an Australian Team Physiotherapist at 3 Olympic Games (London 2012, Rio 2016, Tokyo 2020) and 3 Commonwealth Games (Delhi 2010, Glasgow 2014, Gold Coast 2018) where she worked across various sports including Women’s Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnastics, Athletics, Swimming, Taekwondo, Badminton, Synchronised Swimming, Diving, Archery & Boxing.

OLYMPIC & COMMONWEALTH GAMES

Kylie has been working in High-Performance Sport for over 20 years originally in Sydney, followed by 10 years at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and recently for Swimming Australia. She has been a Physiotherapist to the Australian Swimming Team for the past 10 years and previously for the Australian Track & Field Team, Australian Women’s Gymnastics Team, Australian Women’s Softball Team, and various Netball teams (NSWIS, AIS, Sydney Sandpipers), traveling internationally with all the above teams.

Kylie’s career highlight is being an Australian Team Physiotherapist at 3 Olympic Games (London 2012, Rio 2016, Tokyo 2020) and 3 Commonwealth Games (Delhi 2010, Glasgow 2014, Gold Coast 2018) where she worked across various sports including Women’s Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnastics, Athletics, Swimming, Taekwondo, Badminton, Synchronised Swimming, Diving, Archery & Boxing.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor of Medical Science, University of Sydney (1996)
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) with Distinction University of Sydney (2000)
  • Masters Sports Physiotherapy, La Trobe University (2006)
  • APA Sports Physiotherapy Title awarded (2006)
  • PhD candidate, University of Canberra “Pathoanatomy of an Elite Swimmers Shoulder” (current)
  • ASCA Level 2 Strength & Conditioning Coach (2015)
  • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • Member Sports Medicine Australia

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor of Medical Science, University of Sydney (1996)
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) with Distinction University of Sydney (2000)
  • Masters Sports Physiotherapy, La Trobe University (2006)
  • APA Sports Physiotherapy Title awarded (2006)
  • PhD candidate, University of Canberra “Pathoanatomy of an Elite Swimmers Shoulder” (current)
  • ASCA Level 2 Strength & Conditioning Coach (2015)
  • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • Member Sports Medicine Australia

ELITE SPORT COVERAGE

2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002

2020

  • FINA World Open Water Series, Doha
  • Olympic Games, Tokyo (Postponed)

2019

  • FINA World Swimming Championships Gwangju (South Korea)
  • FINA World Open Water Series, Seychelles
  • FINA World Swimming Series, China

2018

  • Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast
  • FINA World Open Water Series, Portugal / Hungary

2017

  • FINA World Swimming Championships, Budapest (Hungary)

2016

  • Olympic Games, Rio

2015

  • FINA World Swimming Championships, Kazan (Russia)
  • FINA World Swimming Series, Perth
  • World Cup Gymnastics, Belgium

2014

  • Commonwealth Games, Glasgow

2013

  • IAAF World Youth Track & Field Championships, Donetsk (Ukraine)

2012

  • Olympic Games, London
  • World Cup Gymnastics, Doha

2011

  • Commonwealth Youth Games, Isle of Mann
  • Australian Swimming Team (Current)
  • FINA World Swimming Series, Berlin / Stockholm / Moscow
  • Australian Institute of Sport / Australian Women’s Artistic Gymnastics (Current)
  • World Cup Gymnastics, Croatia

2010

  • Commonwealth Games, Delhi

2009

  • Australian Institute of Sport / National Training Centre Swimming Squads (Current)
  • World University Games Athletics, Serbia
  • Australian Institute of Sport Netball Team (Till 2011)
  • Australian U17/U19/U21 Netball Squads (Till 2018)

2008

  • Commonwealth Youth Games, Pune
  • IAAF World Junior Track & Field Championships, Bydgoszcz (Poland)

2007

  • IAAF World Youth Track & Field Championships, Ostrava (Czech Republic)

2006

  • IAAF Athletics World Cup, Athens
  • IAAF World Junior Track & Field Championships, Beijing (China)
  • Australian & NSWIS Women’s Softball Teams (Till 2008)
  • International Series Women’s Softball, Australia, Canada, China, Japan, Italy, Netherlands

2005

  • IAAF World Youth Track & Field Championships, Marrakesh (Morocco)

2004

  • IAAF World Junior Track & Field Championships, Grosseto (Italy)
  • Hunter Jaegers National League Netball Team
  • NSWIS Netball Team (Till 2007)

2003

  • Sydney Sandpipers National League Netball Team
  • Youth Olympic Games, Sydney

2002

  • NSW University Rugby Union (2002 – 2003)
  • NRL Roosters & Souths Sydney Rabbitohs (Till 2004)

ELITE SPORT COVERAGE

2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002

2020

  • FINA World Open Water Series, Doha
  • Olympic Games, Tokyo (Postponed)

2019

  • FINA World Swimming Championships Gwangju (South Korea)
  • FINA World Open Water Series, Seychelles
  • FINA World Swimming Series, China

2018

  • Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast
  • FINA World Open Water Series, Portugal / Hungary

2017

  • FINA World Swimming Championships, Budapest (Hungary)

2016

  • Olympic Games, Rio

2015

  • FINA World Swimming Championships, Kazan (Russia)
  • FINA World Swimming Series, Perth
  • World Cup Gymnastics, Belgium

2014

  • Commonwealth Games, Glasgow

2013

  • IAAF World Youth Track & Field Championships, Donetsk (Ukraine)

2012

  • Olympic Games, London
  • World Cup Gymnastics, Doha

2011

  • Commonwealth Youth Games, Isle of Mann
  • Australian Swimming Team (Current)
  • FINA World Swimming Series, Berlin / Stockholm / Moscow
  • Australian Institute of Sport / Australian Women’s Artistic Gymnastics (Current)
  • World Cup Gymnastics, Croatia

2010

  • Commonwealth Games, Delhi

2009

  • Australian Institute of Sport / National Training Centre Swimming Squads (Current)
  • World University Games Athletics, Serbia
  • Australian Institute of Sport Netball Team (Till 2011)
  • Australian U17/U19/U21 Netball Squads (Till 2018)

2008

  • Commonwealth Youth Games, Pune
  • IAAF World Junior Track & Field Championships, Bydgoszcz (Poland)

2007

  • IAAF World Youth Track & Field Championships, Ostrava (Czech Republic)

2006

  • IAAF Athletics World Cup, Athens
  • IAAF World Junior Track & Field Championships, Beijing (China)
  • Australian & NSWIS Women’s Softball Teams (Till 2008)
  • International Series Women’s Softball, Australia, Canada, China, Japan, Italy, Netherlands

2005

  • IAAF World Youth Track & Field Championships, Marrakesh (Morocco)

2004

  • IAAF World Junior Track & Field Championships, Grosseto (Italy)
  • Hunter Jaegers National League Netball Team
  • NSWIS Netball Team (Till 2007)

2003

  • Sydney Sandpipers National League Netball Team
  • Youth Olympic Games, Sydney

2002

  • NSW University Rugby Union (2002 – 2003)
  • NRL Roosters & Souths Sydney Rabbitohs (Till 2004)

PUBLISHED RESEARCH

ACT SMA Research Award

Higher Degree in Research Award in Sports Medicine (2020)

University of Canberra Award

Best 1st Year UCRISE Student Conference Presentation (2017)

PUBLISHED RESEARCH

ACT SMA Research Award

Higher Degree in Research Award in Sports Medicine (2020)

University of Canberra Award

Best 1st Year UCRISE Student Conference Presentation (2017)

PRESENTATIONS

  • Level 1,2 & 3 Sports Physiotherapy Course
  • Sports Physiotherapy Australia Conferences
  • Sports Medicine Australia Conferences
  • New Horizons in Sports Medicine Conference
  • Sports Medicine & Physiotherapy Network – Advanced Upper Limb Rehabilitation in Sport
  • Federation for International Gymnastics (FIG) Level 2 Coaching Course
  • Department of Sport & Recreation, Level 2 Coaches Course
  • Swimming Australia High Performance Network, Coaches, Junior Programs
  • Athletics Australia Junior High-Performance Programs
  • Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE)
  • Sports & Exercise Physician Registrars
  • University of Canberra – UCRISE

PRESENTATIONS

  • Level 1,2 & 3 Sports Physiotherapy Course
  • Sports Physiotherapy Australia Conferences
  • Sports Medicine Australia Conferences
  • New Horizons in Sports Medicine Conference
  • Sports Medicine & Physiotherapy Network – Advanced Upper Limb Rehabilitation in Sport
  • Federation for International Gymnastics (FIG) Level 2 Coaching Course
  • Department of Sport & Recreation, Level 2 Coaches Course
  • Swimming Australia High Performance Network, Coaches, Junior Programs
  • Athletics Australia Junior High-Performance Programs
  • Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE)
  • Sports & Exercise Physician Registrars
  • University of Canberra – UCRISE