Bianca is one of the owners of Tygerberg Aquatics, the current Cape Town Aquatic District Champions, having commenced in the role in May 2002 and based in Cape Town, South Africa. She has represented South Africa as both coach and/or manager of South African swimming and open water swimming teams participating in Senior and Junior African Championships, Commonwealth Youth Games, World Junior Swimming and Open Water Swimming Championships and World Senior Short Course Championships.

Bianca established a competitive age group swimming programme, in line with the Swimming South Africa Long Term Participant Development programme at the N1 City branch of Tygerberg Aquatics, where she served as Head Coach from 2002 until 2018. The success of the programme is evident in the number of swimmers produced annually at the various levels of South African swimming from SA Level 1, 2, 3, SA Junior Nationals through to SA Senior National Championship level. Dylan Wright (16) placed 4th in the 2019 SA Senior National 200m backstroke A final, qualifying for the FINA World Junior Swimming Championships and Trinity Hearne (15) placed 3rd in the 200m butterfly A final at the SA Senior National Championships held in April 2019. Rebecca Meder has been a multi-event SA Senior Champion over the past 3 seasons.

Bianca has seen several of her swimmers selected to represent South Africa over the years. In 2018, she coached Rebecca Meder (16)(200,400IM) to FINA World Short Course Championship qualification, Trinity Hearne (15)(100,200fly,200IM) to AUSC Region 5 Under 20 Youth Games silver medals, Abigail Meder (17)(10km), Rebecca Meder (16)(7.5km), Dylan Wright (16)(7.5km) and Trinity Hearne (15)(5km) to FINA World Junior Open Water Swimming Championship qualification. Both Abigail (800fr) and Rebecca Meder (200,400,800fr, 200br, 200IM) achieved Youth Olympic Games A qualifying times in 2018.

In 2017, Bianca coached three swimmers to African Junior Championship titles – Rebecca Meder (100,400,800fr, 200,400IM), Dylan Wright (1500fr) and Trinity Hearne (100fly). Rebecca Meder medalled at the Commonwealth Youth Games (2nd 400IM; 3rd 200fr,800fr) and placed 7th in the final of the 400IM at the FINA World Junior Swimming Championships. Both Trinity Hearne (14) (3km,5km) and Abigail Meder (16) (3km, 5km) were crowned African Junior Champions at the African Junior Open Water Swimming Championships at the end of 2017.

In 2016 Rebecca Meder, at only 14 years old, was crowned the African Senior Champion in the 200m and 400m IM at the African Senior Championships and Kiara Barnes (15)(5km) qualified for the FINA World Junior Open Water Swimming Championships.

In March 2018, Bianca started a swimming consultation business, Swim Consult SA. The service Bianca provides is aimed at teaching and educating coaches in programme design, offering administrative services to clubs related to swimmer registrations and event entries.  Bianca heads up the Winelands Aquatics District Education & Training portfolio, responsible for coordinating CPD opportunities for coaches and teachers.  Bianca published the PURSUIT Coach’s Handbook: daily training sets for coaches in 2022.  PURSUIT Aquatics offers clinics, training camps and workshops for swimmers and coaches at all levels of swimming. Bianca travels extensively to assist where she is needed and tailors her PURSUIT services to fit the needs of the coaches, swimmers, clubs and administrators she serves.

Bianca’s qualifications consist of a South African Level 3 coaching certificate, South African Learn-to-swim instructor certificate, American Swim Coaching Association Level 1 to 4 certificates, as well as a Bachelor of Arts Degree (1996) majoring in Human Movement Science and Geography and a Higher Education Diploma (1997) from the University of Stellenbosch. She spent 2 years in London, teaching Physical Education at the Newlands School for Girls (1998-2000) and later taught the Cambridge Physical Education curriculum at Chesterhouse Private School (2006-2009) and El Shaddai Christian School (2010-2017) in Cape Town South Africa.