Brian Clark is returning for his Tenth season coaching the Durham Dolphins. Brian is married to Haley Clark, and they have four children who all swim for the Dolphins. Brian started in the swimming world competing for the Corning Swim Team. He then coached Corning for four years and continued on coaching the Chico Aquajets at various levels for approx. 25 years before taking a hiatus after the birth of his first child. He was twice voted Senior Coach of the Year for Sierra Nevada Swimming and has spoken at several coaches' clinics and served on the board of directors for both Sierra Nevada Swimming and the North Valley Aquatic League. In his spare time, Brian likes to hurl verbal broadsides at children and pets.
Hello everyone I'm coach Jazz and this will be my 4th season coaching with the Durham Dolphins! I am 21 years old, I attend SDSU as a theater performance major and I was a competitive swimmer myself for 15 years and it's a great passion of mine. I love being able to teach kids the safety of swimming as well as allowing them to have fund in the water each day at practice! I love this team and all of the swimmers and families I have grown to love and get to know over the years as well as being excited to get to know all the new swimmers and families! This season will be amazing and I can't wait to get all the kids in the water and have a fun summer!
I've swam competitively for the Durham Dolphins for 14 years. I now compete for Whitworth University in Spokane Washington. Specializing in sprint Freestyle and Butterfly.
This will be my first season as a swim coach. Prior experience include being a swim instructor and certified lifeguard.
I'm very excited to use my experience to give back to the Durham Dolphins youth. Wise words: "Big arms, fast kickies!"