Dolfin Swim Lands Coaching Legend Randy Reese to Senior Member Advisory Board

Few coaches have ever won a national championship, had a team ranked #1 in the country, or coached swimmers to Olympic gold.  Randy Reese might be the first and only coach to do so at every level.

dolfin swim logo•  High School…Mythical National High School Champions

•  College…NCAA National Champions-men and women

•  USA Swimming Age Group… #1 ranked Age Group Team in the country

•  USA Swimming Senior… National Champions-men and women

•  Internationally…USA Olympic Coach with 41 Olympians winning 35 Olympic medals (9 gold) along with 16 world records

In addition to the above accomplishments, Coach Reese is one of the most innovative and progressive coaches ever to step on a pool deck.

These are a few of the many reasons why Dolfin Swim (Jade Swimwear, LP) welcomes Coach Reese as a senior member of Dolfin’s Advisory Board.  Randy is currently the Director of Aquatics and Head Coach of the Clearwater Aquatic Team.  Prior to this he served as head coach at the Bolles School, J.E.T.S., Episcopal Academy, Randy Reese Swim Team, the University of Florida, Florida Aquatic Swim Team, Holmes Lumber Aquatic Swim Team, Circle C Ranch Swim Team, and Texas Aquatics.

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Sean Justice

Coach Troy may have done this as well….

Sean Justice

I am referring to coaching a club team championship, high school team championship, world record holder, high school record holder, olympic gold, and NCAA team championship

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