Breanne began swimming at the age of 5 and was introduced to synchronized swimming at the age of 7 and fell in love with the sport instantly. Growing up, she was involved in other sports; however, synchronized swimming became her main focus. She was a member of Team Alberta/Canada at the first UANA Pan American Games for Synchronized Swimming held in Calgary in 2009. She also represented Team Alberta at the US Open Synchronized Swimming Championships. Breanne swam in Edmonton for Nova Synchro and Aurora Synchro before moving to Calgary becoming a member of the Calgary Aquabelles. She swam Junior and Senior levels where the Aquabelles won gold at the national level four years in a row. Breanne is currently swimming with the University of Calgary Dino’s Synchronized Swimming team.

Breanne was introduced to the Athlete Factory in 2014 as an athlete. From her own frustration from lack of results and previous training as an athlete, she knew she wanted to coach athletes to make an impact in their sport performance from a strength and conditioning standpoint. Working at the Athlete Factory, she knows she is in the best place to impact athletes lives and to help them achieve their goals.

Breanne is currently working on her Bachelors in Health and Physical Education with a major in Physical Literacy. She also has her Personal Training diploma from Elevated Learning Academy.