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Rose Bowl Aquatics Hires New Coach

The Rose Bowl Aquatics Center announced that Jean Luc Miralda is the newest member of its coaching team. With an impressive background in athletic achievement and coaching experience, Miralda brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to lead the RBAC diving program into its next development phase.
Miralda’s achievements include setting numerous records in one-, three- and 10-meter diving events, graduating as an NCAA Division III All-American and MIAA champion, and being an Olympic hopeful for the 2016 Honduran national team.
“Jean Luc’s arrival marks an exciting chapter for the RBAC diving program,” said Jimmy Francis, president and executive director of RBAC. “We are thrilled to have him on board and look forward to seeing the program flourish under his guidance.”
Miralda’s leadership philosophy is summed up in his mantra, “Don’t Settle,” which motivates and inspires athletes to strive for their full potential. His track record of success is highlighted in the expansion of the Michigan Lakeshore Diving program from a team of six divers in 2017 to more than 80 in 2022.
Under his tenure, the program has produced numerous state qualifiers, state and club record holders, and national-level competitors, including multiple NCAA Division III national champions and state champions.
The RBAC is a world-class aquatic nonprofit organization dedicated to creating lifelong opportunities for the community. The diving program is committed to youth development and competing at every skill level from beginner through the highest level of USA Diving standards. With Miralda now on deck, the program aims to continue its legacy of excellence.

First published in the February 22 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.


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