We are proud and honored to have 2-time Olympian Chloe Sutton join and support the Upstate Splash.
At 16 years old, Chloe made history as the first American woman ever to race in the 10k open water event at the Olympics. In 2012, Chloe made history again by making the Olympics in the pool in the 400 free event and becoming the first American to switch from open water to the pool in Olympic competition.
Chloe is a firm believer in giving back through a sport that has given her so much in life. Bringing awareness to childhood drowning needs to be a high priority for everyone and raising money to help at-risk youth learn to swim is a cause Chloe strongly stands behind.
Come learn from an Olympian swimmer. With experience in both open water swimming and pool competition, Chloe Sutton will be leading special Youth & Adult swim clinics on Sunday, September 18th, at the Greenville Westside Aquatic Complex. She will provide participants with personal attention in and out of the water on strokes and techniques. Chloe will pose for pictures and autographs.
All money raised will help teach a child to swim.
Clinics will fill up fast. Get registered today!
Open Water Swim at Lake Jocassee - September 17th
Youth or Adult Swim Clinic by Olympian Chloe Sutton - September 18th
Come meet Chloe and support our great cause!