Birthday: February 4, 1997
Hometown: Paris, France
College: University of Texas
Coach: Eddie Reese
Becoming an NCAA Champion in sprint freestyle is no easy feat, especially at the elite collegiate level. Tate Jackson has spent his career refining and specializing his freestyle technique from starts to finishes, and everything in between.
From an early age, Tate learned to swim in Paris, France where he went on to pursue the American Dream of swimming collegiately not only for a D1 program, but prestigious University of Texas, where he took his swimming to an elite level with infamous coach Eddie Reese.
His career highlights include an array of awards, including double digit scores of All-American recognition as well as the current conference and school record holder in the 100 yard freestyle.
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