Emily Brunemann Joins Dolfin Swim

Jim Korth, President of Dolfin (Jade Swimwear, LP) and Mark Schubert, Director of Technical Development, recently announced the signing of Emily Brunemann as a member of its Athlete’s Advisory Board.

A 2010 graduate of the University of Michigan, Emily is an accomplished pool and open water swimmer. Some of her many accomplishments are listed below.

  • NCAA Champion in the 1650 freestyle
  • Open Water Swimmer of the Year
  • US Open Water Champion in the 10K
  • Winner of the 2013 FINA 10K Marathon World Cup Series

    “Emily is a great addition to our Dolfin family,” says Hall of Fame coach Mark Schubert. “She has a bright future and will contribute to our development of fine swimwear.” Emily joins Dolfin along with her fiancé and fellow swimmer Michael Klueh. Brunemann states, “I am extremely excited to join the Dolfin family. I am thrilled to be involved with a company that cares about the athlete and fast swimming. The road to Rio just got way more exciting for me!”

    For more information about Dolfin Swim go to: www.dolfinswimwear.com

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This release is courtesy of Dolfin, a SwimSwam partner.

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