Jeff Sudbury
Jeff Sudbury
Birth Date: 11/17/1986
Hometown: Wilton, Conn.
High School: Wilton HS
Previous College: Tennessee
Position: Graduate Assistant
UC Santa Barbara
Member of the Big West Champion and conference and school record-setting 200 free relay (1:19.06)...BWC Champion and school record-holder in the 200 medley relay (1:27.63) and 400 medley relay (3:16.03)...Additionally won the Big West title in the 100 breaststroke (55.06) while taking second in the 50 free (20.19) and fifth in the 100 free (45.17) at the Big West Championships. Internationally: Swam for Canada in the Tri-Nations Cup and won gold in the 50-meter freestyle (23.20) while taking third in the 200-meter free relay (1:32.14). Tennessee
Member of 15th-place, honorable mention All-American 200 free relay team at the NCAA Championships. 2006: Earned All-American status in the 200 free...Placed seventh in the 50 free (20.19) at the Southeastern Conference Championships...Also took third-place in the 400 free relay at SEC's. High School
A 10-time All-American at Wilton High School under coach Todd Stevens...YMCA National Champion in the 50-meter freestyle from 2003-05 and in the 100 breast in 2005...Canadian Olympic Trials participant in 2004 when he placed thirteenth in the 200 IM, also a 2008 participant...Connecticut High School state record holder in the 50 free (20.47) and 100 free (45.22)...Holds YMCA National record in the 50 meter free (23.52)...Swam club for Wilton Wahoos coached by Jeff Allen...YMCA National Champions 2002-05. Personal
Jeff Sudbury was born Nov. 17, 1986 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada...Parents are Harold and Betty Ann...Has three older siblings, Adam, Drew and Jessica...Majoring in history...Hopes to enter into law as a profession...Plays drums as a hobby and enjoys listening to Anthony Keidis...Favorite book series is "Lord of the Rings"...Most memorable athletic achievement is breaking two state records during the same meet...Personal heroes are his parents...Favorite aspect of college swimming is the team camaraderie.