Chris Campbell has been a competitive swimmer since 1973. Coming from a swimming family, Chris swam collegiately at Northwestern University. With experience in every pool event and races in both oceans and many places in between, he likes middle distance freestyle, backstroke and IMs best. A past Head Coach with MVM, Chris was named Pacific Masters Coach of the Year (2010), and has been recognized by USMS with a Kerry O’Brien Coaching Award (2010) and Dorothy Donnelly Service Award (2012), and has his USMS Level 4 Coaching Certification. Currently, he is a member of the USMS Coaches’ Committee. One of the items on his bucket list is to swim a Masters meet in all 50 states. Thus far, he’s hit 19. Send Coach Chris an email.
Tina Whiteside swam in college at the Univeristy of North Dakota while earning her BS in Mechanical Engineering. Being involved with Masters swimming for a number of years, and wanting to take a break from working as an engineer, she became interested in coaching and earned her ASCA Level 2 and USMS Level 3 coaching certifications. Tina reguarly competes in local and national meets, favoring the IM and backstroke events. Away from the pool she teaches yoga, works on her craft projects, and spends time with her husband. She is available mornings for one-on-one lessons on request. Send email to Tina.
Griff Freeman swam at MIT and played/coached Water Polo while in graduate school at Purdue University. He has also done an occasional triathlon. Griff enjoys creating numerically satisfying workouts, such as every possible way to swim 100 yards using the 4 legal strokes. (There are 256 in all!). Contact Griff