Hannah Bramm started swimming at age 4. She swam on a family oriented team from the ages of 6 to 11 before taking a small break. Hannah started up again when she was 14 and swam until she was 18. She swam for Newport Harbor High School as a junior and she swam on Splash Aquatics for about 3 years. While at Splash, Hannah would act as an assistant coach at home meets and help the younger swimmers get to their races. After Splash, Hannah swam briefly at Golden West Swim Club. Due to a painful shoulder injury, Hannah had to stop swimming. After her swimming career ended, she turned to coaching and was hired at Splash where she worked for about a year. Shortly after leaving Splash, Hannah was hired at Golden West and has been coaching there for the past two years.
“It is very important to me to inspire the kids to be kind, compassionate, respectful, a team player, and to know how to cheer their teammates on and support each other. Swimming fast and winning is great, however it is not the most important thing. It is better to work hard, be a good person, and have your team mates respect, then to win everything or be the fastest.”