Jenny Smatt

Jenny Smatt

Silver and Gold Squad Coach


Jenny started competitive swimming with Harbour Amateur Swimming Club at the age of eight. Jenny’s participation in international competition in and across the Caribbean, North and Central America commenced at the age of nine where she competed annually and broke the CCCAN 11&12 100 breaststroke record at the age of 11. Jenny’s swimming career highlights include competing in the 1990 and 1994 Commonwealth Games, becoming the first Bermudian swimmer to final in the Pan American Games and the first female Bermudian swimmer to represent Bermuda in the Olympic Games in Barcelona in 1992.

Jenny attended Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, held the role of Team Captain and achieved Academic All-American status in the Big Ten Conference. Jenny formerly held the position of Chairperson of the BOA Athlete’s Commission and is currently a member of the BOA Standards Committee. Academically Jenny holds a BSc in Human Development and Social Policy, a M.A. in Counseling Psychology and a MSc. in Management.

Jenny has taught and coached children and adults how to swim privately and within the Club programme during and post her swimming career for over twenty years.