Taylor White

April 9, 2004


About Athlete

My objective is to continue to grow academically and athletically during my college experience. I am willing to work hard in both the classroom and the pool to reach my goals of swimming at NCAA level. I believe I have the attributes of a successful swimmer and teammate for a future team!  

I started swimming competitively at the age of 9 and represented Bermuda for the first time at age 12 at the Carifta Swimming Championships and have continued to participate in Carifta and CCCAN every year since, winning several medals at both events. I am currently a member of the Warwick Academy High Performance Swim Program (since 2017) and have participated in the Speedo Winter Championships in Plantation Florida and Eastern Championships in Pennsylvania representing my school team and again was a medalist at these events. I am a well-rounded swimmer and top student having just completed my GCSEs and am currently enrolled in the IB diploma program. My dream is to swim at a high level in the US while obtaining a top-level education with the eventual goal of going to law school.


Math: 9
English: A*
French: 9
Business: A*
History: A*
PE: 9
Chemistry: 9
Biology: 9
Physics: 9

SAT Total Score
Score: 1380

Personal Bests

100 back: SCY 1:00.37/LCM 1:09.27

200 back: SCY 2:09.00/LCM 2:29.42

100 free: SCY 55.43/LCM 1:00.05

200 free: SCY 1:55.62/LCM 2:12.84

400/500 free: SYC 5:13.74/LCM 4:41.97

800 free: LCM 9:40.70

100 fly: SYC 59.59/LCM 1:07.49

200 fly: SYC 2:12.26/LCM 2:30.49

Bermuda National Team Member Events

CCCAN Medalist

2019 – 200 Back Silver, 100 Back Silver, 4x100 Free Relay Bronze

2018 – 200 Back Bronze

2017 – 100 Back Bronze, 200 Back Silver, 4x200 Free Relay Gold

Carifta Medalist

2019 – 400 Free Bronze, 200 Back Silver

2018 – 4x200 Free Relay Silver

2017 – 100 Back Silver, 200 Back Silver, 4x50 Free Relay Silver, 4x100 Medley Relay Bronze, 4x100 Free Relay Gold

Warwick Academy Swim Team Member Events

Speedo Winter Championships Medalist

2019 – 200 Back Bronze

2018 – 200 Fly Bronze

Awards, press

  • Competed internationally for Bermuda and Warwick Academy
  • Bermuda Winter Age Groups Champion 2019 – 15+ Girls 
  • Bermuda Winter Age Groups Champion 2018 - 13-14 Girls
  • Bermuda Series Champion 2019 – 13-14 Girls
  • Sharks Swim Club Top Senior Girl 2018 & 2019
  • Sharks Team Captain
  • 2018 Front Street Mile Middle School Girls Champion
  • Selected as part of MS Amlin World Triathlon Series Relay Team with Flora Duffy 2019
Additional sporting info

I competed in the Carifta Aquathalon championships in 2018 and 2019 and have won the Front Street Mile race.

What makes you different?

I think what makes me different from everyone else is my strong work ethic. I am truly passionate about swimming and because of that I am willing to do what it takes to improve as much as I can. I am also a more well-rounded swimmer, doing middle to long distance in freestyle, backstroke and butterfly.

Why do you want to compete in college?

I would like to compete in college because swimming at a high level with a big team has always been one of my biggest dreams. My school team currently has 9 members and I think that competing alongside and cheering for a team of that size would be exciting and a completely new challenge for me.

College Goals?

The main thing I am looking for in my college experience is to continue growing my education and to have new experiences with people from all over the world. Being from a small island you know who everyone is, and I am excited to have the chance to make new connections in another country. Additionally, swimming in college is very important to me to continue to improve and compete against strong athletes.

Anything else we should know?

I think we have covered a lot but I think that it's important to know that I am a really positive and bubbly person who always tries to see the brighter side of things: whether it be a hard set or a bad competition I am always looking to move past it and stay as positive as possible.



Warwick Academy

Graduation year 2022