USOPC Strength and Conditioning Coach

Tim is a senior strength and conditioning physiologist for the United States Olympic Committee.

He’s been involved with the preparation of national team athletes for 11 years and has been in his current role since 2010. He’s been involved in strength and conditioning for 19 years, serving coaches and athletes in the collegiate, professional and Olympic settings. He has assisted athletes and coaches at all thee U.S/ Olympic Training Centers and has helped prepare athletes for both the 2012 London Olympic Games and the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, and served on the Team USA’s delegation for both Olympics

Tim has a master’s degree in sports physiology from the University of West Florida, A Leadership in Sport certificate from Kellogg School of Management, via Northwestern University and in 2025, Tim will have an MBA with a concentration in data analytics and business intelligence from DeVry University.

He’ currently is responsible for the physical preparations for the following national teams: men’s indoor volleyball, beach volleyball and women’s water polo. In his tenure with the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee, he’s helped support the attainment of 25 major international gold medals, four Olympic gold medals, three Olympic bronze medals, one Olympic silver medal, three World Cup titles and four World Championships,

Tim lives in Southern California and enjoys spending time with his wife (Jaclyn), two kids (Tyler and Alyson) and their Rhodesian Ridgeback (Bear). He enjoys time at home, working in the yard, spending time with his family, taking an active role in his kids sporting activities, reading, being physically active and riding on two wheels (mountain bikes or motorcycles).