50 Years, 50 Titans: Nicole Szaflarski
Continuing our 50 years, 50 Titans our next spotlight is not only part of our past but also very present in our club today as well: Nicole Szaflarski
Nicole is one of the newest members to join the Town of Tonawanda Titans Board of Directors.
But did you know she was a Titan herself AND back then it was her mom who was on the Board of Directors? (Check out that awesome Bills sweatshirt and retro swim cap!)
Currently a student at Capella University majoring in Project Management and a graduate of Kenmore East, Nicole still resides in the Town of Tonawanda. She has transferred her love for all things outdoors, hiking and of course swim to her daughter Kylie. Kylie is following in mom’s footsteps as a level 5 Titan. She is developing a fierceness for racing, love of Titans, and a passion for swim.
We love that Nicole has come full circle with our club and are thankful for her dedication and commitment to the blue and green.
Quick Q&A with Nicole:
Q: When did you become a member of the Titan family?
A: In 1997, when I was 8 years old. I swam all withTitans through my high school years, so 8 years in total.
Q: What is your favorite Titan memory?
Being part of the team and the Titans family. Making so many great friendships with my teammates and then passing these opportunities onto my daughter to see how much she loves Titans too.
Q: What is your least favorite stroke or event?
A: I always dreaded swimming the 200 IM. I had a love hate relationship with that event my entire Titans career. The funny part is my daughter is ready and looking forward to swimming that race!