A Southern California native, Kevin is a graduate from Auburn University where he was a 13-Time NCAA All-American, 5-Time SEC Champion and part of the 1999 NCAA Championship Team. Kevin also represented the USA as a member of the 1999 & 2001 World University Games Teams, the 2002 Pan Pacific Games Team and the 2003 World Championship Team. During his career, Kevin was a 5-Time USA Swimming National Team member winning 3 International Medals and in 2004 won a National Title in the 400 IM.
After Auburn, Kevin swam professionally for Speedo while training with Olympian Michael Phelps en route to the 2004 Olympics. In 2003 Kevin became the 3rd American ever to break the 2 minute barrier in the LCM 200 IM and was ranked 3rd in the world at that time (2nd in the US behind Michael Phelps).
“A year before the 2004 Olympics I was challenged to take my swimming career to the next level. As a teammate, Kevin pushed me everyday in practice and competitions and offered a maturity in the sport I still believe in today. He was a great training partner and is a wonderful friend.” - 22-Time Olympic Gold Medalist Michael Phelps
Depending on the amount of athletes we have attending each clinic we will add to our staff accordingly with both current and former NCAA swimmers. Keeping the athlete to coach ratio as low as possible, our goal is to give con-stant and immediate feedback throughout the entire clinic in a positive and constructive way.
Kevin Clements..Is an assistant swimming coach at the University of Southern California and Trojan Swim Club. While working with USC and the Trojan Swim Club Kevin has been instrumental in the development of over 20 Olympic athletes. During his tenure at the college level Kevin has coached over 50 NCAA All-Americans and multiple NCAA Champions. Internationally, Kevin coached for Brazil at the 2010 Pan American Games and was the Austrian National
Team coach at the 2012 London Olympic Games. Kevin has been coaching at the collegiate level for 8 years. Prior to USC he coached with the University of Maryland from 2005-2008 and with Louisiana State University from 2008-2010.