What’s your most memorable moment from Jessicah Schipper’s career in the pool? Was it when she took the World Champion crown in 2005 at just 19 years of age? Or was it when she and her teammates bagged the Gold Medal (and the World Record) in the 4 x 100m Medley Relay at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games?
Perhaps her most memorable moment is yet to come. This high-profile world champion Australian swimmer still has lots of unfinished business both in and out of the pool.
Madame Butterfly Suzie O’Neill was Jessicah Schipper’s role model. Jessicah is now in the enviable position of being a role model herself. She not only performs well in the pool, she speaks with confidence and has what it takes to inspire and motivate others because she’s passionate about swimming.
Jessicah lives by the motto ‘if you’re going to do something, do it right’ and this flows through to everything she does.
Jessicah Schipper welcomes every invitation she receives to share her experiences and her knowledge about swimming and life. Contact Jess if you have a public speaking role for her or you are keen to join her list of sponsors and supporters or her charities.
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Jessicah Schipper – or ‘Schipps’ to her friends – thanks you for your support.
She’s always had a love of the water so it’s no surprise to learn she could swim by the time she was two years old. But when did she win her first medal? Find out more about Jess.
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See Jessicah’s life in the pool in pictures when you visit her gallery.