Win to Swim with a U.S. Olympian!

Good Deal: $10/1 Ticket.

Great Deal: $20/3 Tickets.

Best Deal: $50/10 Tickets.

 

Help Summit students make a bigger splash for their school when you enter our Swim Raffle to win a one-hour swim lesson with Michael Gostigian, U.S. Olympian and Summit parent. Every lap counts. Every dollar counts. We’ve done it before, and with your help, we can do it again. Summit students rock! Raffle closes Thursday, May 12, at 4:00 PM. Raffle drawing: Friday, May 13.
 

Swimming with an Olympian is definitely a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Michael's positive attitude was contagious.

We talked about working hard to meet goals and being passionate about what you do. His determination was motivating. While I learned a lot about swimming techniques, he inspired me to work harder. Thank you.

 

Mitchell

2015 Swim Lesson Winner

 

 

My son thoroughly enjoyed meeting Michael and having this chance to swim with an Olympian. He gained a new level of confidence from the experience. Best swim lesson ever!

 

Pamela (Mitchell's Mom)

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Be In It to Win It: One-Hour
Swim Lesson with a U.S. Olympian

[Lesson to be scheduled at a mutually agreed upon time on a weekday at Summit Lower School pool.]

 

Michael Gostigian is a three-time U.S. Olympian in modern pentathlon and is a Summit parent whose twins attend the Lower School. In 2015, he joined the Summit Swim-A-Thon Committee along with his wife Sharon Monplaisir, herself a three-time U.S.Olympian in fencing. Michael runs his own business as a coach and personal trainer, specializing in fencing, swimming, shooting, golf, and equestrian riding. Additionally, he coaches running (5K to Marathon) and triathlon (Sprint, Olympic and Ironman distances).

Athletic Accomplishments:

  • Three-time U.S. Olympian, Modern Pentathlon, 1988 Seoul, 1992 Barcelona, and 1996 Atlanta Olympics

  • Five-time U.S. National Champion, Modern Pentathlon, 1992-1996

  • World Cup Champion, Modern Pentathlon, 1992

  • World Record Holder, Modern Pentathlon, 1994-1996

  • NCAA Champion, Fencing, Team, 1986

  • Speed Golf National Amateur Champion, 1998

  • New York Athletic Club – Athlete of the Year, 1996

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