All she does is win, win, win, no matter what.
Newport Harbor High senior Marissa Robertson can relate to that DJ Khaled song. This year in the pool, she has been unbeatable for the Sailors girls' swim team.
Robertson has won all of her individual races all year long. The 50-yard freestyle, 100 free, 100 breaststroke, 100 butterfly? No problem. On Tuesday in a Sunset League meet against Marina, Robertson even threw in the 200-yard individual medley for good measure.
"I don't usually swim 200s," Robertson said the next day, able to laugh because she again touched first, before any of her competition. "I didn't really notice [the streak] until [Newport Coach Brian Melstrom] pointed it out. I definitely love racing. I like to win. I definitely feel like I race up, so if I have someone who's going to be pushing me, that's when I do my best."
Robertson is a four-year varsity swimmer for Melstrom's Sailors. She's also a club swimmer for the Newport-Mesa YMCA, where she's had the same coach, Craig Bluell, for a decade.