Mitchel reluctantly began his swimming career when he turned five, learning from his Grandfather who used to be a high level coach in China. At the bright age of seven he was forced against his will into the competitive world of swimming, where he continued to be a cold water hating gremlin up until age twelve when he made his first Junior Olympic cut and discovered the joy of pushing your limits and achieving your new personal best. (And finally putting on just enough body fat to withstand the freezing 80 degree water temperatures). With a lot of competitive experience, Mitchel definitely knows how to refine your four strokes, as well as methods to get anyone acclimated to the water. Methods he wishes his Grandfather had used on him.
Languages: English and semi fluent in Mandarin Chinese