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Sigma Featured Swimmer Of The Week

Haleigh Brown is a 17-year old swimmer that swims at Sigma Swim's Duncanville location under Head Coach Bekah. Haleigh attends Duncanville High School and is the captain of the swim team.


Q: How and when did you decide to become a swimmer?

A: I began swimming at 8 years old because I loved the water.


Q: Are there any swimmers that inspire you and why?

A: Simone Manual- because being an African American swimmer takes courage. She has inspired me to continue swimming and never let anyone or anything deter me from achieving my goal.


Q: What is your favorite event and why?

A: 100 breaststroke. The fast pace tempo is so exciting to me. I absolutely love it!


Q: What is your least favorite event and why?

A: 100 Fly. I am terrible at it.

Simone Manual has inspired me because being an African American swimmer takes courage. She has inspired me to continue swimming and never let anyone or anything deter me from achieving my goal.

Q: Do you cross train to prevent injuries such as another sport?

A: Yes, a lot of cross training goes into my swimming. I don't play any other sport, but I do circuit training and other aerobic activities to keep up my conditioning.


Q: Have you ever gotten injured in swimming or experienced any pain that prevented you from missing practice or swim meets?

A: Yes, I have experienced shoulder and back injuries. I have even strained my piriformis muscle which was really weird to rehab.


Q: Who is your biggest supporter?

A: My Mom is 100% my biggest supporter, she hasn't missed a single swim meet in the 10 years I have been swimming competitively.


Q: What do you eat before and during swim meets?

A: Before I swim I eat light: Yogurt, oatmeal, oranges. During a meet I may snack on peanut butter crackers, avocados, beef jerky and honey.


Q: Do you have a person or coach that pushes the hardest?

A: I am blessed to have 3 fantastic coaches that require my best every time I am in the water. Coach Bernier, Coach Bekah and Coach Robertstad are the best.


Q: What do you tell your friends when you cannot socialize because of practice or a meet?

A: I have the most amazing and supportive friends outside of my swim family. They understand the rigors of my practices and long meets that take a lot of time. They are always cheering me on and sending me encouraging text messages.


Q: Do you want to swim in high school or college?

A: Yes, I would love to swim in college. I currently swim for Duncanville High School and would love to go to the next level and swim in college.

I am blessed to have 3 fantastic coaches that require my best every time I am in the water. Coach Bernier, Coach Bekah and Coach Robertstad are the best.

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