Dolfin, maker of the popular Dolfin Uglies line of practice swimwear, recently announced the addition of Haley Anderson to its Athlete's Advisory Board. She will join the legendary coaches Mark Schubert and Randy Reese on the board that will assist Dolfin in developing their future plans.
"I'm excited to partner with Dolfin to make my dream of becoming a professional swimmer a reality," Anderson said in a press release. "I['ve] loved their suits since I started swimming and I'm excited to start my journey towards the next Olympics with them."
In the same statement, Schubert said that he looked forward to helping the already very accomplished swimmer, make the next step in her career.
Anderson is a recent graduate of the University of Southern California and chose to pursue higher education over going professional earlier. Some of her recent accomplishments include the following:
- Gold medalist in the 1500 meter freestyle and silver medalist in the 800 meter freestyle at the 2011 World University Games
- Gold medalist in the 5K at the 2013 FINA Open Water World Championships
- NCAA champion in the 500 meter freestyle in 2012 and 2013 and the 2013 1650 meter champion
- Olympic silver medalist in the 10K in 2012.
Although Dolfin is best known for it's line of "Uglies" practice swimwear, the company also designs and produces high-performance swimsuits for racing. The company is committed to providing durable swimwear at a competitive price. Anderson's skill in demanding open water and long-distance pool events fit in with Dolfin's long-term plan of becoming America's most popular brand of high-quality swimwear.