Former Ranger, 24, heading up synchronized swimming programs on Carribean island
Jamaica is once again in the spotlight as the track and field portion of the Olympics takes center stage. If the island country of nearly 3 million ever matches in the pool its prowess on the track, it will have a Forest Lake native to thank.
Alissa Moberg bought a one-way ticket to the Caribbean island in June to start work as the head coach of one of the country’s two synchronized swimming clubs and as acting coach of the Jamaican national program.
“I’m the face of synchro in Jamaica,” the 24-year-old said last week while back stateside. See more in Clint Riese’s Forest Lake Times exclusive.