Winners of the Crazy Big Swim Olympic Athlete Drawing

Jan 29, 2016 Tom Fristoe

Winners of the Crazy Big Swim Olympic Athlete Drawing

TeamUnify and Swim Across America in conjunction with our friends at ArenaTYR, and Dolfin created a great incentive for teams participating in and helping to raise money for the Crazy Big Swim.
Participating teams earned tickets based on the total percentage of team participation and total dollars raised by each team. At the conclusion of the Crazy Big Swim event TeamUnify randomly drew three unique teams to earn a private appearance from one of the Olympians listed below! We are proud to announce the winners are:congrats-social-img-1.jpg


Tri Valley Aquatics won a visit from Matt McLean 

Won gold as part imgresof the 800m free relay team at 2014 Pan Pacs... Won the 200m free and took second in the 400m free and 800m free at 2014 Phillips 66 Nationals … Won gold in the 800m free relay at the 2012 Olympic Games in London...Learn more about Matt.


Pleasanton Seahawks won a visit from Chloe Sutton

Two-time Olympian Chloe Sutton Tyr_logowas the first U.S. swimmer in history to make the Olympic team in both open water and in the pool. In addition to the Olympics, she has competed in many major international competitions including the Open Water Championships, Pan Pacific Championships and the Pan American Games...learn more about Chloe.



Patriot Swim Team won a visit from Andrew Gemmell

Won unnamed silver in the 1500m free at the 2015 Pan American Games ... Gold medalist in the open water 10K at 2014 Pan Pacs in Maui, Hawaii … Earned a spot on the U.S. roster for the 2014 Pan Pacific Championships with a first-place finish in the 10K at 2014 Open Water Nationals ... Qualified for the 2013 FINA World Championships with a win in the 5K at 2013 Open Water Nationals ... Placed ninth overall in the 1500m free at the 2012 Olympic Games...learn more about Andrew. 

Andrew Gemmell 

Results of the Crazy Big Swim

Congratulations to all of our teams who participated! We will be in contact with the winners. Athlete visits will take place after the 2016 Summer Olympics based on athlete availability. 

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