Orinda Moraga Pools Association

About OMPA

Board of Directors 2016-2017

Officers Directors
President
Whitney Pope
Meet Directors
Charlene Robinson
Jodi Kaelle
Kim Anderson
Treasurer
Mark French
Secretary
Lucy Dendinger
Technical Rep:
Mike Anjedani
Campolindo Cabana Club
Richelle Serrano             
Meadow Swim & Tennis
Brent Levenfeld
Miramonte Swim Team
Ben Horenstein 
Moraga Country Club
Jim Vranesh 
Moraga Ranch Swim Club
Tom VonderBrink
Moraga Valley Pool
Glen Fuller
Orinda Country Club
Whitney Pope
Orinda Park Pool
Lance Mobley
Sleepy Hollow Swim & Tennis
Alicia Rowell

History

The Orinda Moraga Pools Association (OMPA) is a non-profit corporation established in 1956 and comprised of nine recreational swimming teams all located within Contra Costa County, California.

We are proud of our rich OMPA history and the Olympians who graced our ranks:

 Name OMPA Club Sport Olympic Team
Barbara Stark Orinda Country Club Swimming 1952 Helsinki
Warren Blanchard   Water Polo 1956 Melbourne 
George Harrison Orinda Park Pool Swimming  1956 Melbourne, 1960 Rome 
Carolyn Schuler   Swimming 1960 Rome 
Karen Moe Orinda Country Club Swimming 1972 Munich, 1976 Montreal
Peter Rocca Meadow Swim & Tennis Swimming 1976 Montreal, 1980 Moscow
Peter Schnugg Orinda Country Club Water Polo 1980 Moscow
Drew McDonald Moraga Valley Pool Water Polo 1980 Moscow, 1984 Los Angeles
Jon Svendsen Meadow Swim & Tennis Water Polo 1980 Moscow, 1984 Los Angeles
Matt Biondi Moraga Valley Pool Swimming 1984 Los Angeles, 1988 Seoul, 1992 Barcelona  
Kirk Everist Orinda Country Club Water Polo 1992 Barcelona, 1996 Atlanta
Rick McNair Orinda Park Pool Water Polo 1996 Atlanta
Artemis Daphnis Sleepy Hollow Swim & Tennis Swimming  2000 Sydney
Kathy Sheehy Campolindo Cabana Club Water Polo 2000 Sydney
Heather Petri Moraga Valley Pool Water Polo 2000 Sydney, 2004 Athens, 2008 Beijing, 2012 London
Kim Vandenberg Moraga Tennis & Swim Club Swimming 2008 Beijing
Peter Varellas Moraga Tennis & Swim Club Water Polo 2008 Beijing , 2012 London




















Certificate from the very first Championship meet, held at Meadow, in 1957! 
(These were given to those who placed in a given race, where we give ribbons out now)
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