DC Trident Adds Remedy Rule, Claire Rasmus to Roster

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Remedy Rule will join the DC Trident. Photo Courtesy: Blake Benard

Ahead of a debut in front of its home crowd at the American Derby at the University of Maryland, DC Trident announced today the addition of two Texas collegiate standouts to its roster — Remedy Rule from the University of Texas, and Claire Rasmus from Texas A&M.

“I’m so excited to add these two fierce women to the D.C. Trident Family,” said Kaitlin Sandeno, GM of D.C. Trident. “Both Claire and Remedy have earned their stripes on the biggest stages in swimming, and we know that they’ll add to what we’re building here, not only with their performances in the pool but their spirit and passion on deck.”

 

  • Remedy Rule will join the DC Trident. She was a two-time All-American at the University of Texas, and swam for four years with the Longhorns. Most recently, Rule represented the Philippines at the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea, where she broke the Filipino national record in both the 100 and 200 meter butterfly.

 

  • Claire Rasmus will join the DC Trident. She swam for four years at Texas A&M University, securing multiple top-eight finishes at the NCAA Championships for the Aggies. She has earned several international medals swimming for the United States, including a meet record-setting gold at the 2019 World University Games in Naples on the 400 freestyle relay, and four gold medals at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru.

 

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Claire Rasmus; Photo Courtesy: Thomas Campbell/Texas A&M Athletics

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