Mavi is a native of Brazil. He has a Masters Degree in Kinesiology and a Bachelor’s in Physical Education. Mavi is an ASCA Level 5 (American Swimming Coaches Association) coach and his major achievements include:
High School and Club:
KY High School Region 3 Coach of the Year, KY LSC All Star team coach, Kentucky LSC Age Group Coach of the Year, 12+ KY State Age Group records, 30+ KY State Champions, including 3 in the 2019 SCY State; KY club swimmers qualified for Olympic Trials, Senior and Junior Nationals.
NCAA Division II:
6 National Swimming records (U of North Dakota), 32 National Swimming Champions (U of North Dakota), 341 All-America honors for swimmers (individual and relays) (U of North Dakota), 32 Academic All-America honors for swimmers (U of North Dakota), NCAA Division II Swim Coach of the Year.
Men’s team placed top 5 and the women placed top 7 at the NCAA Division II National Championships in all 7 seasons that they competed under Coach Sampaio, with the men being the runner-up on 2002 and 2007, and the women being 3rd in 2008 (UND).
Brazilian National Team:
Pan American Games – 7 gold medals, 1 silver medal, and 3 bronze medals including 2 record.
South American Championships: Won 11 South American Championships. 6 South American Records and 5 times Brazilian national Champion.
Coached the Brazilian Senior National Team at: Short Course World Championships (1999 at Hong Kong, China and 2000 at Athens, Greece); Pan American Games (1999 at Winnipeg, Canada); World Cup (1998 and 1999 at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil); South American Championships (1998, at San Felipe Venezuela and 2000 at Mar de Plata, Argentina).
Mavi’s achievements as a swimmer include:
Pan American Games: 5th place: 200 Breaststroke – 9th place: 100 Breaststroke.
World University Games: 10th place: 200 Breaststroke.
South American Championship: 2 times Champion (100 Breaststroke, 400 Medley Relay); 2nd place (200 Breaststroke); 2 times 3rd place (200 Breaststroke, 200 IM); Most Valuable Swimmer of the meet.
World Master Championships: 6 times World Champion: individual breaststroke and relay events
Swam for the University of Alabama (80’s), Tuscaloosa, under Head Coach Don Gambril
- Senior Silver and Junior Silver Coach
- Head Coach, Kings Landing Summer Swim Team 2012 to present
- 1 year, Novice Coach for Naval Academy Aquatic Club
- 3 years, Silver Coach for Southern Maryland Aquatic Club
- 18 years Head Coach, Northern High School Swim Team
- Current Head Coach, Huntingtown High School Swim Team
- WSI Instructor for over 40 years
- Member of Masters Swim Program for 3 years
- Graduated from Bloomsburg State University, Bloomsburg, PA – BS Communication: Speech, English
- Master’s in Education Bowie State University, Bowie. MD
- Media Specialist Certification , College of Notre Dame, Baltimore, MD
- Retired, Teacher for 33 years – Northern Middle School and Northern High School
Coach Jo is originally from Cazenovia, NY where she swam for her High School. In 1991, after graduation, she moved to the DC area after landing a job with the Department of Defense. Jo comes to CAC with a wide range of coaching experience from Summer swimming to the USA Level. She has coached Indian Head Swim Team for a total of 17 years, 15 of those years as the Head Coach. She has coached the Lackey High School Swim Team for 5 years, deciding to step aside this year to follow her daughter Rebecca’s senior year at Northern High School. Jo coached the Lackey Swim Club for the Charles County Department of Recreation and was an age group coach for the USA swim team Potomac Raiders for two years. Coach Jo currently resides in Chesapeake Beach with her two daughters, Rebecca and Katherine.
Julie moved to Maryland from Durham, New Hampshire. She began swimming competitively at the age of 10. At 12, she joined Seacoast Swimming Association. She swam for Seacoast throughout high school while also being a part of her school swim team. While already swimming over 20 hours a week year-round, Julie attended high school team practices as well to help teach her peers proper stroke technique. Julie was ranked Top Ten in New England and has seven New Hampshire State Titles for High school swimming. Throughout her swimming career, she taught lessons to young swimmers on her club team. She also helped coach the NH Special Olympics annual swim meet that was held at her Club Pool. Being at the pool makes her feel right at home, where she can share all the great things she has learned throughout being a competitive swimmer, and many years of teaching.