Luke Weniger comes from an elite swimming background starting in Rochester, NY where he set several school and state records. He continued his swim career at Auburn University where he trained under Olympic coaches including David Marsh, Dave Durden, Brett Hawke, and Richard Quick.
While swimming at Auburn, Luke accrued 3 NCAA Championships, 4 SEC Championships, 2 NCAA All-American Honors, and was a member of the winning 200 Freestyle Relay at the 2008 NCAA Championships. His swimming career culminated in 2008 at Olympic Trials when he placed Top 50 in the country for the 100 fly.
Luke studied mechanical engineering at Auburn and during the summers was involved with the Auburn Tigers Swim Camp as a counselor and private lesson instructor. After college, Luke continued his swim career as the assistant senior coach at Panama City Swim Team in Florida while working at the Naval Base as a mine countermeasure engineer.
In 2011, Luke relocated to San Diego where he stumbled upon a new love, Triathlon. After talking with athletes he realized there was a need for swim coaching and he began providing private lessons.
Now living in the Atlanta Area, Luke's blend of competitive swimming, mechanical engineering, and customized approach allows him to work with athletes of all levels to ensure they meet their goals.
USA Triathlon Level 1 Certified Coach
US Masters Swimming Level 2 Certified Coach