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Anton Lobanov

My performances have allowed me to represent my country internationally. I have participated in the world’s foremost swimming events, namely the Youth Olympic Games, FINA World Championships, FINA World Cup and LEN European Aquatic Championships (both Short and Long Course).

Kids & Teens Swimming

Kids & Teens Swimming

We are skilled at creating an enjoyable and inviting environment for younger children that will keep them interested and motivated to improve. Older children and teens training as competitive swimmers who may occasionally get frustrated or experience moments of self-doubt will find that we have a knack for keeping them motivated and wanting to continue moving forward in their development.
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Competitive Swimming

Competitive Swimming

For those of any age or skill level interested in competitive swimming, we have excellent coaches to help you hone your skills and improve your performance. We have a fluid coaching style that we adapt to the individual student. We can help students master the foundational aspects of body mechanics, breathing, and stroke technique and take those skills to a competitive level.
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Adult Swimming

Adult Swimming

Adults learning to swim for the first time can find it a real challenge. Adults who are uncomfortable around the water may have negative associations or anxiety that must be overcome. This can make the process as much of a psychological process as it is a physical one. We have worked with first-time adult swimming students of all ages.
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Experience

FINA World Cup Champion, Six time NCAA Champion & First Youth Olympic Champion, Bronze Medalist of European Championship, Four time Russian National Champion, Three time Junior European Champion
2009-2022

Athletic Highlights

My performances have allowed me to represent my country internationally.

I have participated in the world’s foremost swimming events, namely the Youth Olympic Games, FINA World Championships, FINA World Cup and LEN European Aquatic Championships (both Short and Long Course). I broke numerous Youth Olympic ande European Junior Records, and won numerous gold, silver and bronze medals in both the LEN European Junior and European Aquatic Championships. I also won a Gold Medal, in the FINA World Cup Swimming Circuit while representing Russia.

2010-2012

The beginning of career

I have been a competitive swimmer for the last fifteen years and I have represented Russia at the most elite international swimming competitions.

In 2009, I began my international swimming career for Russia at the 2009 World Gymnasiade in Qatar, UAE. At this event I won two individual gold medals while also setting two new World Gymnasiade Records in the 100m (1.00.08) and 200m breaststroke (2:14.10). My time of 1.00.08 still stands as one of the All-Time World Top 50 Performances in the history of the 100-meter Breaststroke event. This time would have qualified me as a member of 2012 USA Olympic Swimming Team in this respective swimming style and distance (100m Breaststroke) if I was a US citizen.

2010-2012

Main career

At the 2010 Singapore Youth Olympic Games, I was an Olympic Gold Medalist, and three-time Silver Medalist. I also set the Olympic Record at these Games in the 4x100m Freestyle Relay.

In addition to those remarkable achievements, later that year, I won a Gold Medal at the FINA World Swimming Cup and a Bronze Medal at the European Championships. As a multiple Youth Olympic Medalist and FINA World Cup Champion I am among an exclusive group of elite international swimmers who have won Youth Olympic Meals and become FINA World Cup Champions and this includes, Chad Le Clos, a fellow 2010 Youth Olympic Medalist and FINA World Cup Champion. At the 2012 London Olympics, Chad Le Clos won the Gold Medal in the 200-meter butterfly beating then World-Record Holder and the undisputed Greatest Olympian of All-Time, Mr. Michael Phelps.

Career Summary

I have competed in numerous FINA World Swimming Championships. My most notable performance was at the 2012 FINA Short-Course World Championships in Istanbul, Turkey. At these championships I advanced to the semi-finals (Top 16 in World) of the 100m breaststroke, finishing 15th in the World. I also competed in the 200m breaststroke finishing 16th in the World.

As a student-athlete I was selected as the SSC Male Swimmer of the Year by conference coaches following an exceptional season. At the 2017 NCAA Division II Championship, I won my third consecutive individual titles in the 100 and 200 breaststroke events to set a program record with six individual national championships. I also
helped NSU to a second-place finish in the 400 medley relay, third-place in the 200 medley relay and eighth-place in the 200 free relay, moving my All-American award total to five in 2016-17.
Overall, I still hold the NCAA DII records in the 100 and 200 breaststroke events, both of which were set in 2015. I am also a member of three SSC Championship record holding relay teams, including the 2017 200 medley relay and 400 medley relay teams.

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