Hometown: Nassau, Bahamas

Country: Bahamas

Birthday: March 4, 1990

Specialty: Sprint Freestyle & Butterfly

Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace is one of the most exciting swimmers to watch in the sport of swimming. The Auburn University grad has quickly become one of the fastest women in the water, and a consistent top-five world performer in the 50-meter freestyle. A three-time Olympian from the Bahamas, she became the first Olympic finalist for her country in the 2012 Olympic Games. Arianna is a two-time NCAA champion, FINA World Championship medalist and Pan American Games gold medalist. She was a semi-finalist in the 50-meter freestyle at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, finishing in 9th place. She trained at SwimMAC Team Elite under legendary coach, David Marsh.   Arianna recently returned to her alma mater where is the Director of Operations for the Swimming and Diving programs.  Arianna is an active supporter of growing the sport of swimming in her home country.

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