Christina Baudis


Swim Instructor, Red Cross Instructor

  • Cambridge College, Masters of Health and Family Consumer Sciences K-12, School of Education, 2008
  • University of Delaware Bachelor of Science in Health and Nursing Science, Major: Dietetics, May 1998
  • University of Connecticut, Department of Allied Health Sciences Completion of 900-Hour Dietetic Internship, May 1999
  • Eastern Independent League/ISL Swim Coach of the Year for 2018, 2019 and 2020
  • Safety Training for Swim Coaches Certificate
  • Red Cross Certified CPR, First Aid, Lifeguard Instructor

More about Christina

Christina has been coaching and teaching children and adults of all ages for 20 years. She was the assistant head college swim coach at Simmons University for 13 years as well as being the head varsity swim coach at the Winsor School for nine years. Since 2011 she has taught swim lessons at the Lake Sunapee Yacht club where she taught over 100 kids to swim. She is certified as a lifeguard instructor, in CPR, and often teaches course to all ages.

Christina is also an active member of US Masters and swims at both UVAC and Granite state programs. She swam at the USMS Spring Nationals in Irvine, CA and placed 3rd in the 400 IM! She loves all forms of water, has a passion for swimming, and strives to teach in an inclusive and fun way!

If you ask her why she swims her response is “I swim because it makes me happy.” If she isn’t swimming, you might find her running trails, reading on the beach, or hanging with friends.

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