Head Coach & Instructor
Anna, formerly Anna Trinidad, has grown up in Colorado Springs swimming. She attended Cheyenne Mountain High School where she was an 8-time individual high school state champion and 4-time Colorado State High School swimmer of the year. After graduating high school, Anna attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison to attain her Bachelor's of Science in Secondary Education-Family and Consumer Science. While at Wisconsin, she was a multiple, individual division I NCAA qualifier, 2-time swim team captain, and an All-American. Throughout Anna's swimming career she qualified for Olympic Trials in 2000, 2004, and 2008. After her undergraduate degree, Anna attended the University of Denver to receive her Master's in Higher Education-Sports Administration. She was the assistant men’s and women’s swimming coach at the University of Denver and has many years of experience in club coaching. Anna also is a certified personal trainer, with certifications as a professional exercise specialist and corrective exercise specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is extremely passionate about athlete, student and holistic development and thrives on assisting people of all ability levels in achieving their goals.
Sports Dietician / Assistant Coach
Alicia dove into the swimming world at an early age, and continues to participate and give back to the sport that she grew up loving so much. She swam on both Club and Summer teams growing up, and continued her swimming career at Case Western Reserve University where she chose Nutrition as major. The combination of her two passions in life, focused her studies on Sports Nutrition. Her college swimming career culminated in a National Division III National Championship in the 500y Freestyle, but that's not where the fulfillment ended. As a graduate student at Case, she continued her involvement with the Varsity team by serving as a graduate assistant coach and sports dietitian. A coaching internship brought Alicia out to Colorado Springs in 2005 and since then she has continues to be involved in the swimming world, both as an PPA Masters athlete and coach. She has coached at the Collegiate, Masters, Senior, and Age-group levels over the past 5 years. She truly values the time that she can spend developing young swimmers motivation and identity as athletes, as well as helping older athletes strive to meet their true potential.
Age Group, Junior & Senior Coach
Coach Joselyn leads the Pikes Peak Athletics program at the Club at Flying Horse. Her enthusiasm and natural love for the sport are evident through her careful planning and instruction, and deeply formed relationships. Not only a student in seeking her master’s degree in Public Administration at UCCS, Joselyn is a student of the sport and actively seeks opportunity for growth and learning. During her college years, Joselyn head-coached a summer league program in her home town of Shepherdstown, West Virginia, growing the program for 60 to 150 athletes from 2011 to 2014. She swam for Mount Holyoke College for four years, serving as team captain for two years. In high school, Joselyn set 7 school records, while individually representing her high school at the state championships in all four years. Joselyn coaches all Pikes Peak Athletics groups in some capacity, weaving her edgy personality and flippant sense of humor into the fabric of the team.
Age Group Coach
Annie White hails from the beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming. She spent her childhood mostly in the outdoors skiing in the winter and hiking in the summer. She was told she needed a "sport" to focus on and found swimming. After quickly falling in love with the it, all aspects of her life have encompassed this great sport in some capacity. She swam year round on a USA Swimming club and for her high school team and managed to balance time in the pool with time in the mountains. She attended college at Concordia College in Minnesota and continued her passion for the sport competing as a distance swimmer for her college and coaching a local high school team. Annie received a degree in Exercise Science and went onto graduate school at Minnesota State University, earning a Master’s degree in Sports Management. After graduate school she worked for the University of Minnesota (Go Gophers!) in their Recreation and Wellness Department coordinating events. Annie now works her dream job, planning and running national level USA Swimming competitions such as Junior Nationals, Nationals, the Arena Pro Swim Series, and Olympic Trials. Annie has managed to keep coaching part-time throughout her professional career. She has coached age group swimming for 10 years and high school swimming for 6 years. She loves working with all age groups from 5 years old to 50 years old and just enjoys sharing her passion with others. When not coaching or traveling for USA Swimming Annie can be found playing in the mountains with her husband, where her other passions live.