Shayla Zulcic

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Shayla Zulcic
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Born (2008-10-09) October 9, 2008 (age 15)
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Other namesGolden Shayla
CitizenshipUnited States of America
Alma materMonticello Academy
  • Edin Zulcic (father)
  • Sanela Zulcic (mother)
RelativesDenis Zulcic, Benjamin Zulcic
AwardsWestern Zone Champion 1st place 200 L Free – 2:21.60, 4 time Finalist 2nd place 100 L Free – 1:06.88, 6th place 50 L Free – 31.15 ,6th place 100 L Back – 1:19.63; 8th place 50 L Back – 38.14

Shayla Zulcic (born October 9, 2008) is an American competitive youth swimmer. Shayla started swimming when she was 8 years old following the steps of her older brother Benjamin Zulcic.[1][2]

Swimming career

Representing the Utah State team at the Western Championship Long Course in Portland in 2019, Shayla won the first place in the West in 200 free 10U with the time 2:21.60 and breaking the Utah State record after 29 years. In February of 2020, Shayla as 11 years old being the youngest swimmer swimming at Utah Senior State Championship. Shayla currently holds four Utah state records for 10 and under, swimming for West Valley Aquatics under coach Michael Hillman.[3]

Short Course 100 free @ 58.00 and 200 free @ 2:08.19. Long Course 100 free @ 1:06.88 and 200 Free @ 2:21.60.

Shayla trained at The Race Club, a swimming club founded by Olympic swimmers Gary Hall, Jr. and his father, Gary Hall, Sr. The Race Club offers various swimming camps, swim clinics, and swimming technique video recording year-round for young swimmers at their Coronado, California based training center.[4]


  1. "West Valley swimmer sets state records as an 11 year old | West Valley Utah News". Retrieved 2020-09-28.
  2. "West Valley Aquatics :". Retrieved 2020-09-28.
  3. "SAND Firecracker Invite Corrected 7/9/19 - Meet Results - Southern California Swimming". Retrieved 2020-09-28.
  4. STAFF, MISSOULIAN. "Swimming: 36th annual Firecracker Classic swim meet results". Retrieved 2020-09-28.

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