Head Coach

Rhi Jeffrey - Head Coach

Coach Rhi has over 15 years of experience teaching and coaching swim and has been the head coach and owner of Atlantis Aquatics for the past 6 years.

Rhi's first taste of swim coaching came in late 2005 while she was still competing at the University of Southern California. Her first job was as a camp counselor and motivational speaker for USC's Schubert Swim Camp in Los Angeles. 

She continued to teach lessons while still training back home in Florida from 2007 until 2009 when she north to Boston, MA to swim and teach for the YMCA of the North Shore Sharks.

In 2010, Rhi moved to New Zealand to train and coach with a team called West Auckland Aquatics. It was there Rhi first started coaching older swimmers and working with them closely in the weight room.

In late 2012 Rhi moved back to the US and started to train and coach with the Gator Swim Club in Boston, MA. From 2012 until late 2016, Rhi would continue to train and coach with various big-name programs in New England until she was given the opportunity to come to New Hampshire to take over a team that needed a complete overhaul.

Since taking over the team in late 2016, Atlantis has produced multiple Sectionals qualifiers, New England Senior Championship finalists, New England Age Group Championship finalists, and a New England Age Group champion.

In addition to her coaching, Rhi is an accomplished swimmer.  Some of her accomplishments include; being a 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist in the 4x200 Freestyle Relay, 5-time Olympic trial qualifier - 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016, 2-time, 2003 World Champion in the 4x100 Relay and 4x200 Freestyle Relay,  American record holder in the 4x200 Freestyle Relay, 6-time NCAA finalist and a 2 time, NCAA All-American, 8-time Florida High School State Champion and the most decorated in Florida High School swimming.

Updated 9/27/2022