Crimson Aquatics History
Crimson Aquatics has a family tree that dates back to 1989. There have been several name changes and expansions to add new pools and the name became Crimson Aquatics in 2010. Over the years the constant has been outstanding leadership and coaching. Crimson has been home to a USA Open Water Olympic Head Coach, eight coaches that have been on staff for the US or another country at Olympic Games or World Championships. Crimson Aquatics has put swimmers on the Olympic Team, World Championships, Goodwill Games, Pan Am Games, Pac Pac Games, and Junior Pan Pac Games.
Crimson Aquatics Alumni:
- Erik Vendt won a silver medal in the 400 IM at the 2000 and 2004 Olympics. Vendt won a gold medal in the 2008 Olympics for the 4x200 meter free relay.
- Alex Meyer swam the 10k open water at the 2012 London Olympics. Meyer won the US Nationals three times and won a gold medal at World Championships in 2011.
- Adriana Marmolejo Coach Adriana was ranked in the world top 25 from 1999 to 2009. She swam in three Olympic Games: Sydney 2000, Athens 2004, Beijing 2008.
US National Team and US National Junior Team:
- Nick Brunelli (American Record 50 scm free, World Record 4x100 scm free relay)
- Robert Owen, 6th at 2016 Olympic Trials 200m Back. College: Virginia Tech
- Liam Egan, 3 gold, 1 silver 2015 Jr Pan Pacs, NCAA All American, College: Stanford
- Kaia Simmons, 2012 Olympic Trials finalist, College: Stanford
- Nick D’Innocenzo, 2012 Olympic Trials finalist, College: Texas
- Brooke Zeiger, 6th place 2016 Olympic Trials, National Junior Team, NCAA Champion, College: Minnesota
- Calvin Yang, 2015 National Junior Team