Professional competitive swimming is paved with excitement, adversity, and lots of hard work. It's truly an experience unlike anything else. How have A3 Performers handled training amid a pandemic and competing at the highest level? Here's your opportunity for you and your teammates to learn more!
A3 Performance's team of elite pros are excited and eager to talk to your team and inspire younger swimmers. Virtual or in-person, our athletes have learned that every challenge is an opportunity and this past year's challenges also provided a lot of opportunities. Contact us to have an A3 Performer speak to your team today!
Beata, a Madison, Wisconsin native, is an American Record Holder, a NCAA Swimmer of the Year, a member of the International Swim League's Cali Condors, and a University of Wisconsin post-grad. Beata specializes in backstroke, butterfly, and individual medley, but truly has a knack for a wide variety of events. She completed her NCAA eligibility in 2020 as the pandemic hit, but has continued her swimming career, most notably as the International Swim League's highest money winner in the 2021 season.
Justin is a US National Champion and US National Teamer from California. Not only is Justin a National Champion, but he is also a National Champion in the 200 Fly - one of the most grueling races in the sport. Justin is a graduate from the University of Arizona trained post-grad at the University of North Carolina.
Kaersten is a World University Games Silver Medalist and US National Teamer from Waukesha, Wisconsin. Kaersten is a distance swimmer whose bread and butter is the 400m and the 800m freestyle. She currently trains post-grad at Purdue University where Kaersten also completed her NCAA eligibility. Kaersten has really started to hit her stride in recent years and is crushing it as a member of the ISL's Toronto Titans!
Aaron is a three-time Ivy League Champion and two-time NCAA Academic All-American. A die-hard sprinter, Aaron graduated from Yale University in 2018 and is currently training for a spot on the Israeli Olympic Team. After a bout of pneumonia, Aaron just missed the 2016 Israeli Olympic Team. He trained hard while working full-time through the 2021 Trials. Although he just missed the team again, Aaron will always be in the water!
Veronica is a two-time World University Games Gold Medalist, a twenty-time NCAA All-American, a former member of the ISL Cali Condors, and a recent graduate from the University of Georgia. A native of Carmel, Indiana, Veronica recently retired from professional swimming but still remains heavily involved in the sport. She also recently started her own photography business and is absolutely crushing it! Although not actively training and competing, Veronica is an excellent role model and loved by everyone on the pool deck.
Bryce is a 2016 Olympic Trial finalist who is so passionate about the sport, he decided to keep on for another four, now five, years. Bryce currently lives and trains in Austin, Texas at the University of Texas under world-renowned and recently retired head coach Eddie Reese. Bryce has done a lot of training, racing, and working over the last number of years and still can't stay away from the pool. Bryce currently coaches for Nation's Capital Swim Team in the D.C. area.
Marcelo is a three-time NCAA All-American at the University of Louisville and a two-time FINA World Championships top-16 finisher. Marcelo, a talented distance swimmer, trained hard in Florida following graduation and went on to represent his home country of El Salvador in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics!