Robin Neumann - Swimming Mentor

Dutch Robin Neumann’s role is to assist UStudy with evaluating the player’s talent and potential for college swimming in the United States.

Robin was born in Paris, and grew up all over Europe, swimming everywhere her family moved to. She became a part of the Dutch national swimming team at 16, competing and medalling in numerous European and World championships, and competing at the Olympic Games in 2016, Rio de Janeiro.

In 2017, Robin moved to Berkeley, California to study and swim at the University of California, Berkeley. There she won the conference PAC-12 title with her team and individually and swam and finaled at numerous NCAAs. Being a true student-athlete was always important for Robin, exemplified by her winning the PAC-12 student-athlete of the year in 2022. During her time at Berkeley, she coached at various swim clinics and mentored elementary school kids.

In 2022, Robin stopped swimming professionally, ready to start a new chapter and start a master’s degree in international relations and diplomacy in The Hague. She is eager to use her knowledge she gained swimming collegiately for five years and help others get the same invaluable experience she had.

Robin joined UStudy Sports as swimming mentor. Read more about Robin and her achievements at the University of California, Berkley.