2016 Inductee
Sara Cremidas

Sara Cremidas

Sara was a competitive swimmer for 18 years. While at El Camino Real High School in Woodland Hills, she won LA City Finals for the 500 freestyle in 2002, also the year she graduated. At Pierce College, 2003, she placed second in the state for the 1650 freestyle, ranking second in the nation, and placed third in the 500 freestyle. In 2004, she placed first in the state for the 1650 freestyle, and was ranked second in the nation. She broke three records at Pierce and held All American status for both years.

Moving on to Cal State Northridge University, with a full swimming scholarship, Sara was ranked at the top for the 1650 and 1000 freestyle. She graduated from CSUN in 2007 with a BS in Kinesiology and Health Science.

Because of her passion for swimming, Sara became a swim coach for Birmingham High School for two years. She was also competitive in open water ocean swims.

Sara was a competitive swimmer for 18 years. While at El Camino Real High School in Woodland Hills, she won LA City Finals for the 500 freestyle in 2002, also the year she graduated. At Pierce College, 2003, she placed second in the state for the 1650 freestyle, ranking second in the nation, and placed third in the 500 freestyle. In 2004, she placed first in the state for the 1650 freestyle, and was ranked second in the nation. She broke three records at Pierce and held All American status for both years.

Moving on to Cal State Northridge University, with a full swimming scholarship, Sara was ranked at the top for the 1650 and 1000 freestyle. She graduated from CSUN in 2007 with a BS in Kinesiology and Health Science.

Because of her passion for swimming, Sara became a swim coach for Birmingham High School for two years. She was also competitive in open water ocean swims.