12-time Olympic Medalist Natalie Coughlin Joins TeachAids Ambassador Team
TeachAids is honored to welcome Natalie Coughlin to our ambassador team. As a 3-time Olympian and 12-time Olympic medalist in swimming, Natalie Coughlin serves as a role model to youth athletes, and we are excited that she is joining in our efforts to teach them about head safety.
Coughlin began swimming at the age of 6 and was setting national records by the time she was in high school. Since then, she has established herself as one of the most successful competitive swimmers of all time. She is the record holder for most Olympic medals amongst American women, and is the first American woman to win six Olympic medals at one Olympic Games.
Committed to making an impact for the next generation of swimmers, Coughlin holds a place on the USA Swimming Board of Directors, and helped to kickstart the new International Swimming League which creates professional competitions outside of the Olympics. She also gives back to her global community: she is actively involved with the YMCA of San Francisco and is a loyal ambassador for Right to Play.
It is a pleasure to be working with Natalie to make this world a safer place for youth athletes.