Motivators. Synchronized Swimmers. Mentors.
Veronica was born and raised in México City, where she started synchro at the age of 6, swam for 9 years and was the top swimmer and soloist for 7 years on the Mexican National Team. She was preparing to represent Mexico at the 1984 Olympics when health issues forced her to retire from the sport. Veronica moved to the USA in 1988 to work at Epcot Center in Orlando, Florida. In 1999, she moved to Texas where her youngest child was invited to a synchronized swimming camp and brought Veronica back into the sport she loved. She is currently a CCP3 level coach & USA Synchro level 2 judge.
BRALEY SAN MIGUEL
Braley began swimming at the age of 7 and competed for 11 years with the Calgary Aquabelles in Alberta, Canada. She was a bronze medalist at the Canadian Winter Games in 2007. She swam with the Canadian National Team from 2008 – 2011 where she achieved Junior Worlds Bronze Medalist in 2010. She moved to San Antonio in 2011 to attend the University of Incarnate World on a synchro scholarship and was part of the Collegiate National Champions team in 2012 where she was also named All American. She coached with the Aquabelles for several years and coached for the San Antonio Aquarelles from 2016-2018. She has her CCP2 coaching certification.
Sandra started in synchronized swimming in 1983 when in Bogota, Colombia. From 1983 to 1987, she participated in multiple regional and National championships. In 1987 Sandra became part of the Colombian National team and won a bronze medal in the Central American Championships as part of the junior team.
North Texas Synchronicity wouldn’t be where it is today if it weren’t for Coach Nicole, who oversees our recreational and novice swimmers. Nicole was a one of the founding coaches of the NTS team.
LAURA ALICIA MARÍN BONILLA
Alicia “Lizy” has served as the assistant coach for the Mexican National team. She swam as an athlete from 1981 – 1998 and swam in various international competitions. As a coach, she has served as assistant to the Mexican Olympic team. She has achieved a level G Fina judge status.
"Athletes don't remember techniques, drills or coaching philosophies. They remember how those coaches made them fell as a person and the impact they had on their lives"