Jordan Dahle
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    Jordan Dahle

    Class:
    Sophomore

    Hometown:
    Salt Lake City, UT

    High School:
    Cottonwood

    Height:
    6-1

    Event:
    Free/IM

    10/26/2014

    Air Force men beat Wyoming; women fall to Cowgirls, in swimming

    Men: AF 154, Wyoming 146; Women: Wyoming 159.50, AF 140.50

    10/26/2014

    Falcon women fall to Cowgirls in swimming

    Wyoming 159.50, Air Force 140.50

    10/25/2014

    Air Force men's and women's swimming sweeps duals

    Both teams best Colorado School of Mines and Colorado Mesa

    10/25/2014

    Air Force men's and women's swimming sweeps duals

    Both teams best Colorado School of Mines and Colorado Mesa

    10/19/2014

    Air Force men's swimming team wins two duals in North Dakota

    Falcons were 4-0 in two days in Grand Forks

    HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Lettered four years in swimming and water polo...100, 200 and 500 free state champion...school record holder in the 200 IM, 100, 200 and 500 free...graduated with 3.99 GPA...high school swim coach was Brian Sorensen and Ron Lockwood...swam club for Cottonwood Heights Aquatics, coached by Todd Etherington...holds club record in 200 IM and was the 100 free state champion.

    PERSONAL: Member of squadron 28...son of Rob and Joni Dahle...has two older sisters...sister, Jill, swims at Loyola Marymount...hobbies are outdoors, reading, golfing and barbequing with friends and family...favorite food is PB & J sandwich...favorite movie is Pearl Harbor...favorite book is The Power of One...person in history he'd like to meet are the Wright brothers...something not many people know about him is that he loves history...credits his coaches as having the biggest influence on his sports career...most noteworthy things about his home town is the beautiful mountains and hiking trails...favorite athlete is Demarre Carol...pre-race ritual is to visualize his finish...if he could be on any reality TV show, it would be Jersey Shore...enjoy's listening to Coldplay and John Mayer...favorite quote: `You must be the change you wish to see in the world.' --Gandhi.

    Inside Men's Swimming