As a Video Editor at MySwimPro, Carol Caldas creates cohesive, visual narratives that educate swimmers about technique, training and workouts, and position MySwimPro as a leading resource for swim coaching.

Carol joined the MySwimPro team in 2020. She edits many of the longer, educational videos for the main MySwimPro YouTube channel, including our popular Whiteboard Wednesday series, the #AskASwimPro Show, and the Workout of the Week vlog.

She also creates short-form videos for MySwimPro’s social media channels. From interviews with Olympic athletes to viral TikTok trends, Carol has edited it all! Her work has been seen by tens of millions of people across platforms and provides much-needed swimming tips and advice to help people swim faster and improve their health.

“MySwimPro has an amazing community. I have met people from all over the world!” 

Carol also assists with the creation of video assets for digital ads, as well as graphic design for social media content, video thumbnails and more.

She stays informed of video trends, incorporating new tools, animations and formats to ensure that our content stands out and keeps viewers engaged.

Swimming Background

Carol is relatively new to swimming — she didn’t start swimming for exercise until she joined the MySwimPro team. She has been a dancer for most of her life!

Carol enjoys the challenge that swimming brings compared to dancing. After a few months of swimming with the MySwimPro app, she successfully completed her first 1,000-meter Workout!

“Being in the water makes me feel connected to my mind and body!”

Editing hundreds of hours of swimming video content has helped Carol improve her own technique, too.

Fun Facts About Carol

  • Carol is based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She was part of the entertainment crew at the 2016 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games in Rio!
  • She watches 100+ movies every year
  • She is a level 5 Muay Thai student
  • Her go-to karaoke song is “She Will Be Loved” by Maroon 5

Meet the rest of the MySwimPro team here


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