T2 Aquatics has hired Fort Collins Area Swim Team (FAST) Head Coach, Chris Webb, T2 Aquatics Chairman Kevin Erndl announced on Wednesday.
As T2 Aquatics Head Coach, Webb will oversee all aspects of T2 Aquatics programming, and his duties will also extend to the growing number of community-driven swim initiatives led by T2 Aquatics through the Naples Swim School.
“I could not be happier that Chris is joining us at T2. He has been extremely successful at the Club level and I’m confident he will enjoy continued success at T2,” said Erndl.
Prior to joining T2 Aquatics, Webb coached at FAST, and in 4 years the team doubled in size, produced 10 National Junior Team Members, 30+ Olympic Trials Qualifiers, 25 Junior National Finalists, and achieved its first ever silver and gold medal club recognition status. In 2016, under Webb’s leadership, FAST finished 3rd overall at Summer Junior Nationals. From 2009-2012, Webb coached at SwimMAC Carolina for Olympic Head Coach David Marsh.
“I’m excited to join such a well run organization with unlimited upside,” said Webb. “The potential to make an impact in the Naples community and in the swimming world can’t be overstated. I’m honored to be at the helm of T2 aquatics and to work side by side with its passionate staff and membership.”
Chris was a member of the 1999 men’s swimming and diving Big East Championship swimming team at the University of Pittsburgh as an athlete, and is a Pittsburgh native.
About T2 Aquatics:
T2 Aquatics is a year round USA Swimming Club dedicated to being a top Age Group Swimming Team in the USA — by offering top-notch coaching to athletes, quality education to parents, and appropriate support to the community. T2 is driven to be the coaching authority for committed athletes in Southwest Florida.
News courtesy of T2 Aquatics.