Bremerton’s Dana Kirk swimming at Olympic Trials

Surprise, surprise.

Bremerton native and 2004 Olympian Dana Kirk returned to the pool to compete at the U.S. Olympic Swim Trials in Omaha, Neb., Monday.

Kirk, who is the head coach and founder of South Palo Alto Swimming in Palo Alto, Calif., finished 52nd overall in the 100-meter butterfly in 1 minute, 0.97 seconds. The top 16 move into the semifinals.

Kirk won the 100 and 200 butterfly events at the 2004 trials in Long Beach, Calif., and competed in the Athens Olympics along with her sister Tara Kirk Sell. Dana Kirk has been living in Palo Alto, swimming masters events and coaching. A back injury curtailed her career and she retired from swimming after the 2008 trials when she failed to make the team.

One thought on “Bremerton’s Dana Kirk swimming at Olympic Trials

  1. Hi Annette,
    Good to Dana them back and was a great fan of Dana Kirk. Excited to see Dana back in form and wish Dana best of luck. I have bookmarked the link to check further updates. Keep sharing latest news with us.

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