- 1952 – Chinese National Champion 1500 Free
- 1956 to 1957 – Assistant Coach of China’s National Team
- 1959 – Graduated in PE from Beijing Institute
- 1958 to 1980 – Coach of China’ss Olympic Team
- 1981 to 1989 – Head Coach of China’ss Olympic Team
- 1989 to 1992 – Swimming Coach, University of Iowa
- 1992 to 1996 – Princeton University, Assistant Head Coach – Men’s Team
- 1995 to 2005 – Head Coach X-Cel Swimming Team
Coach Mu Xiang Hao was previously a head coach of Chinese National Swimming team and Olympic team. In addition, he was an associate head coach of swimming team of Princeton University and the University of Iowa. His swimmers have consistently placed in the highest rankings in China for over 50 years. His club team swimmers have numerous state championships and have placed in the top of 16 nationally. Several examples of his students are: Zhuang Yong got Medal of the 3rd world swimming championships & Silver Medal of the 24th Olympic Games; Rebecca Soni got Gold Medal of 200 meter breaststroke in NCAA in 2006; Rob Leyshon got Men’s 200 meter breaststroke 3rd place in the world in 1999, etc.
He is a member of the American Swimming Coaches Association. He is a respected coach and clinician of international distinction. He is often called upon to lecture for International Coaches Clinics and the American Swimming Coaches Association.
Coach Mu American swimmers have become NCAA champions and have broken American National records in the 200 free. His club team swimmers have numerous state championships and have placed in the top 16 nationally. As recently as 1999, one of his swimmers went to he Junior Nationals and earned a bonus final championship. Coach Mu has published a multitude of articles on technique and swimming training methods. We at New York Xiang Hao Swimming Club are truly blessed to have him as a coach. Over the years, his indefatigable dedication to his swimmers is cause for great admiration.
Director/Associate Head Coach
Coach Shi is a member of the United States Swimming Coaches Association, also a licensed coach by Red Cross Society of America, and a former National Swimming Team member of China. He was continuously invited in National Sport Competitions three times between the years of 1975 to 1983 with numerous medals such as National Champion in Freestyle in National Sport Competition of 1979. He broke several times and kept Ba-Yi national Freestyle record for 100 meter, 200 meter, 400 meter, 1500 meter. In addition, he participated in international swimming competition and got a silver medal for 100 meter butterfly (stroke). He graduated his undergraduate study in Guangzhou sport institute. Latter, he became a famous coach for Ba-Yi National swimming team after his excellent performance in his field. Because of his rich experience in swimming techniques and effective teaching skill, he has successfully trained numerous top ranking National swimming students.
Coach Chen was a former Zhejiang province professional swimming team member and got several championships in a National district swimming competitions for 50 meter and 100 meter Freestyle. He, as a Chinese swimming team member, got championship in 100 meter Freestyle in the international swimming competition hosted in Hong Kong in 1985. He also was championships in professional group in National University Sport Competition and also a national record holder.
Operation Specialist/ Assistant Coach
Chinese college swimmers, national level athletes.
More than 15 years of professional swimming training, as a high-level student athlete, won the 2015 National College Swimming Championships outstanding athletes, the 2016 National College Swimming Championships 50m freestyle champion, the 50m butterfly third runner-up, the 2013-2016 Hubei Provincial College Swimming Championships, 2016 National Adult Swimming Championship.
Graduated from ST. Jones University with a master’s degree in Sports Management. Bachelor of Laws in China. Currently responsible for the daily operations, event planning, marketing and management of the NY Xianghao Swimming Club.
Professional swimmer of the Guangzhou Military Sports Team, famous Olympic coach Han Bingy an student with more than 15 years of consistency training. Participating in multiple levels of competitions and bringing positive results. She was Belong to Liaoning province team/Guangdong province team. After retired from professional swimming career, she was a recommended student for South China normal university. During the college period, she started her swimming coach career, working for local swimming club and district Sports center. In 2019, achieving her Master degree in University of New Haven.
Accomplishment & Skill: National Master Level swimmer. (China); Championship in 2006, Guangdong Provincial Games. (China);Championship in 2011, University Games of Guangdong Province. (China); Championship in 2018 & 2019, Master swim competition. (U.S); High-level Swimming instructor. (China);Beginner level of a lifeguard with First Aid and CPR Certified. (China); Master swim coach certificated level 3. (U.S); Double languages.
Highlight: Outstanding ability to communicate with children and parents; Highly organized, dedicated with a positive attitude; Stroke clinic (corrected & improved), basic teaching, Breakthrough, training future athletes; Leadership and management, arranging and organizing sports event.
Coach Wu 1982 he graduated from the Beijing Institute of Physical Education (now Beijing Sport University) is the only major sports university in China. From 1982 to 1992, he was engaged in sports teaching and swimming coaching at Jinan University in Guangzhou. He has not had intermittent education in swimming in the United States and has more than 20 years of experience in swimming teaching.