Darryl Rudolf is in his thirds year with PSW. Darryl has
been coaching for over 10 years with experience at VPSC, Chena Swim
Club and most recently the Campbell River Killer Whales.
Before becoming a coach, Darryl had some success as a swimmer on
the International stage, winning the 100 m butterfly at the 2007
FISU Games as well as swimming on the National Team with UBC.
He believes that his passion for swimming and racing has helped
shape him into the person he is today. Darryl was taught by some of
the best coaches in the country which he attributes to his success
as a swimmer but more importantly, he feels that they taught him
what it takes to become a great coach. Before coming to PSW, Darryl
was Head Coach for the Campbell River Killer Whales. In his
last year at CRKW, the club had it best outings at both provincials
and age group nationals in club history. Now at PSW, Darryl has
seen the club move into a new facility, grow to almost twice the
size and achieve a great level of success at all levels of
competition from LMR’s through to Senior Nationals.
Darryl is looking forward to watching PSW grow not only in
membership but in culture as well as success in the years to come.
Youth Program Coach
With 10 years coaching experience Jy has began her coaching career at the University of Calgary Swim Club in 2007 and coached for 4 years there while getting her degree in Kinesiology. She has been coaching for PSW since 2011, marking this as her 6th year coaching with PSW. In the 2016/2017 she was awarded top development coach by Swim BC. Jy is also a certified yoga instructor as well as a Crossfit instructor.
Junior 1 and Lead Development Coach
Sarah Rudolf is heading into her 3rd season with PSW, and will be coaching the Junior 1, 2 and 3 programs, as well as will be the lead Development Coach, and will be in charge of the Sea Wolves and Sea Puppies program. Sarah comes to PSW after successful years at the Campbell River Killer Whales on Vancouver Island, as well she has earned success as a coach with the Chena Swim Club, and Hyack Swim Club. Sarah has been on deck as a coach for 15 years, and has coached all levels from the 5 year old jumping into their first swim practice, to national medalist, and provincial record holders. She grew up swimming for the Hyack Swim Club out of New Westminster, and swam for SFU where she studied Kinesiology and Linguistics.
"I believe the our job as a coach is to help our young athletes to develop into the best version of themselves. We hope that they will develop into exceptional individuals during their time with the club, and during their journey will also reach all their goals as an athlete. I try to teach the swimmers that working hard and doing the work can be an exciting and fun process, which will help with their development in all areas of their life."
Youth Assistant Coach
I have been involved in swimming now for 14 years and was a
competitive swimmer competing at the Age National level. In the
past, I swam with the Lincoln Vulcans Swim Club in the United
Kingdom until 2006 then, after moving to Canada, swam with the
Pacific Sea Wolves up until 2015. I was a student-athlete at Simon
Fraser University and swam on their Varsity Team for the 2015-2016
year. I am also involved in the summer swimming community. The past
two summers I have coached for the White Rock Amateur Swimming
Association and, this year, moved to the Cloverdale Tritons Swim
Club as the Assistant Head Coach. I am actively coaching throughout
the year as the Head Coach for the Cloverdale Tritons
Summer Swim Club winter program. Currently, I attend Kwantlen
Polytechnic University majoring in Criminology and am in my third
year of study. This will be my second season coaching with
Head Sea Puppies Coach
is in charge of both the Sea Puppies silver and the Sea
Puppies gold groups. She has been coaching for PSW for three
years and before that she swam with the club for ten
is in her last year of high school at Earl Marriott Secondary
School and will go to a post secondary institution in fall
has a passion for swimming and thinks being a part of PSW has
shaped who she is as a person. She loves working with kids and is
excited to share the sport with others.