RMSC Coaches
2021/22 Season

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Sarah Rudolf

Head Coach
Senior Lead Coach
​​​​​​​Gold Lead Coach

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Jon Swisher

Masters Lead Coach

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Chloe Good

Youth Lead Coach

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Jordan Patrick

Silver Lead Coach

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Madi
Seneviratne

Bronze Lead Coach

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TBA

Assistant Coach

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TBA

Assistant Coach

Sarah Rudolf, Head Coach

Sarah is excited for her first season as Head Coach of the Haney Seahorse Swim Club. Sarah is joining HSSC after 3 seasons with VPSC, acting as the Lead Coach of Junior Development.

Before coaching to VPSC, Sarah had 3 very successful years at the Pacific Sea Wolves Swim Club in South Surrey, BC, as well as 3 years with the Campbell River Killer Whales on Vancouver Island. She has also held coaching positions with the Chena Swim Club In North Vancouver, BC, and the Hyack Swim Club in New Westminster, BC.

Sarah has been on deck as a coach for 17 years. She has coached all levels, starting with 5 year olds jumping into their first swim practice, to National Medalist, and Provincial Record Holders.

Sarah grew up swimming for the Hyack Swim Club and swam for SFU where she studied Kinesiology and Linguistics.

"I believe that 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 in the sport, and during their journey as an athlete will also reach all the goals that they have set for themselves. 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." - Sarah Rudolf


Chloe Good, Youth Lead Coach

Chloe joined the Seahorses coaching staff in 2015 after swimming competitively for the club for seven years. She began her coaching journey as a volunteer within the club and has coached a broad range of athletes from novice to competitive. She has completed a diploma in kinesiology and is currently completing her degree in health science at SFU. She has also taught lessons for the last six years as a lifeguard and Red Cross Water Safety instructor for the City of Port Coquitlam. Chloe’s coaching philosophy is based on creating a fun and enjoyable environment where her athletes can develop fundamental life skills such as being a good teammate and learning how to train and compete effectively. Chloe is excited about the new season and to work with many returning and new swimmers!