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Danielle Beaubrun

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Nickname(s)  Dani
Name  Danielle Beaubrun
Parents  Karen Beaubrun
Strokes  Breaststroke
Weight  50 kg
Sport  Swimming
Height  1.62 m
Nationality  Saint Lucia
Role  Olympic swimmer

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Full name  Danielle Elizabeth Beaubrun
Born  May 6, 1990 (age 25) (1990-05-06)
Education  Florida Gulf Coast University, Bolles School

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Danielle Beaubrun (born May 6, 1990 in Saint Lucia) is an Olympic and National Record holding swimmer from the Caribbean island nation of Saint Lucia. She swam for Saint Lucia at the 2008 Olympic Games, where she was the youngest member of the country's Olympic team.


Danielle Beaubrun Danielle Beaubrun is an Olympic and National Record holding swimmer

Before 2008 Olympics

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Danielle started her swimming career at the age of five with 'learn to swim' classes with the Sea Jays Swim Club, as she became more able, she started competing competitively, coached by her mother, Karen Beaubrun. Six years later, at the age of eleven, she began her training with the Cuban coach, Claribel Blanco with the Rodney Heights swim club. She remained here from March 2002 till December 2004. Her training was then taken over by the Brazilian, Cesar Bolzan.

Events and awards

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In 2006, Beaubrun represented Saint Lucia in the Commonwealth Games - Semifinalist in the 100 meters breaststroke
In the 2007 she was the only Saint Lucian swimmer to make qualifying times for the Pan American Games 2007. She made it into the semi finals and set a new St.Lucian Record for 100 meters breast stroke.

At the 2006 CAC Games, she qualified for the 100 and 200 meters breaststroke and she came 4th overall in the 50 meter breaststroke.

In the 2005 CCCAN Championships, in Santo Domingo, she won the silver medal for the 50m breaststoke, and at the 2003 CCCANs, in Mexico City she won the bronze for the same competition. At the 2009 meet, she won the 18&Over 200 breaststroke in a new St. Lucian Record (2:48.96), and also lowered her national mark in the 50 breaststroke (33.83).

In 2005, she was awarded St Lucias Junior Sportswoman of the Year.

She attended swimming powerhouse The Bolles School in Jacksonville Florida from 2006 to 2009 and will attend Florida Gulf Coast University from September 2009. On 2010 she was the flag bearer for Saint Lucia at the opening ceremony of the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games.


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