Midland, Michigan native Gisselle Kohoyda is all too familiar with life in the pool and on the deck, even with her late start in the sport at the age of 14. This part time coach and full time breaststroker focuses her driven energy towards social media management, journalism, writing practices, and dogs. Armed with a Health and Human Performance major and minors in Sport Administration and Communications, Gisselle takes the sport journalism world by storm, but not before she’s had coffee. Her cap is always crooked and she walks like a duck.
Stories by Gisselle Kohoyda
Nathan Adrian talks race strategy, technique after the 200 free win on Friday.
Ohio State sophomore Lindsey Clary talks 400 IM at the 2014 U.S. Winter National Championships.
18 year old World Record holder and Stanford commit Katie Ledecky sheds some light on the possibility of deferring her intent on the Cardinal 2015-2016 season.
After the successful first year fundraiser for breast cancer through Breast 4 Breasts, TNAQ head coach Marshall Goldman was very…
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