Sigma Featured Staff Member Of The Week
Updated: May 19
Q: How and why did you get involved in the sport of swimming?
A: Through my sister who swam for the YMCA.
Q: What do you like the most about coaching?
A: Engaging with the kids and sharing some of my knowledge about swimming.
Q: What do you think was your greatest achievement as a swimmer?
A: Making it to TAGS in 2010.
Q: Did you have any swimmers that inspired you when you were a completive swimmer and why?
A: Michael Phelps, I strived to have the perfect butterfly like he did.
Q: Are there any lessons do you think can be learned in swimming other than swimming?
A: Everything you do takes time. Learning a skill takes much practice in order to become good at it.
Q: What was your favorite stroke and least favorite stroke as a swimmer?
A: My favorite stroke to swim was butterfly and my least favorite was breaststroke.
Q: Do you have any family members that are involved in the sport of swimming?
A: My sister swims for her college team in California.
Q: What do you like to do when you are not coaching?
A: Hang out with friends or go catch a movie.
Q: As coaches we often hear the phrase “I can’t do that” especially in swim school. What do you tell that swimmer?
A: I tell the swimmer that they can do it and that I have seen them do it before and that I have seen them do it before and they were excellent at it.