Summir enjoys sharing her love and
passion for the sport of swimming by coaching for over 10 years.
She started coaching in California during her 5th year at Fresno
State as a student coach, then with club swimming
at Golden West Swim Club in Huntington Beach,
California. She has continued in Oregon with the Chehalem
Swim Team in Newberg from 2011-2016 and joined the FGSC
coaching staff in 2016. She is an ASCA Level 2 coach and is
As an athlete, Summir spent 9
years competitively swimming that included racing at Junior
Nationals, Senior Nationals, and Olympic Trials, as well as 4 years
collegiately representing Fresno State at the NCAA Division 1
For fun she has competed in 1/2
and full marathons, sprint and olympic triathlons, and marathon
swimming events including Riverfest 2010, an 11+ mile swim in the
Willamette River starting at Oregon City and finishing at the
waterfront park in downtown Portland.
Tabor A Waterstreet
A Forest Grove native and former FGSC and Forest Grove High School swimmer, Tabor Waterstreet returned to his roots when he became a coach for FGSC. Tabor works with the gold group. He also teaches yoga. He is an ASCA Level 1 coach and holds his ARC CPR and Lifeguard certification.
Alex has been in or around water for most of his life. Starting at the age of 9 he swam competitively for eight years. Starting on the FGSC, and eventually moving to the FGHS team where he served as a captain for two years. Swimming has always been a huge part of his life, and he hopes to instill the same passion and sense of belonging in the kids that he works with. Alex works full time at the Forest Grove Aquatic Center as a swim instructor and attends PCC as a full time student, but will transfer to Portland State in the fall. In the little spare time he has Alex enjoys hiking and playing guitar.
Aaron has swum
competitively for a couple of teams: he first joined Werribee Swim
Club in Australia before moving to the U.S. and joining Chehalem
Swim Team in Newberg and also played Water Polo on the Newberg
He was a charter member
of the Sherwood YAWAMA Swim Team and also a Sherwood High School
swimmer. After high school, Aaron transitioned from swimming into
coaching both the YAWAMA and SHS Teams. Aaron’s coaching
credentials also include assisting the Linfield College Swim
Aaron became a Certified
Electronic Timer during high school, continued to support YAWAMA,
SHS, and Linfield Swim Team while attending PCC and Portland State.
Aaron’s education also includes a Master’s in
Sustainable Business from Marylhurst University.
The swimming community
has been a large part of Aaron’s life, and he is excited to
share and create new experiences with the next generation of