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This past January the athletes of TYR Sport met up in California for a fun-in-the-sun photo shoot. Go behind the scenes here…
Press release: TYR Sport is proud to announce the re-signing of 5x World Championship medalist Josh Schneider to its roster.
When swimmers take to the field, court or track it can be difficult for their bodies to adjust to activities such as running, but is it really because of swimming?
Race Video is courtesy of Universal Sports Network, a SwimSwam partner. As reported by SwimSwam’s Jared Anderson: MIXED 4×50 FREESTYLE…
Josh Schneider, Matt Grevers, Madison Kennedy and Abbey Weitzeil went 1:28.57, with the 17-year-old Weitzeil bringing the team back from 3rd place to win gold and break the world record.
Josh Schneider provided the lead-off leg on the United States’ American Record-setting relay in the 4×50 Free relay.
Florent Manaudou will get a chance to race in the 100 free today after setting a world record yesterday in the 50.
Katinka Hosszu cleared yet another meet record this morning with her morning swim in the 100 IM.
Perennial fan favorites like David Plummer, Michael Andrew, Darian Townsend, and Josh Schneider will be there, in addition to many new Pros who will be coming to Oklahoma for the first time, like Nick Thoman, Connor Jaeger, and Megan Romano.
Six Olympians and Olympic hopefuls who have gone 18 seconds in the 50 yard free and two of the fastest women of all time will have a SHOOTOUT! in San Antonio, TX at the Josh Davis Swim Center.
Swimming News Courtesy of Fastest Man in Texas SHOOTOUT. Once again on Sat. Nov 1st at High Noon, the Josh…
Breeja Larson is one of a host of breaststrokers now on the docket for Oklahoma’s Pro Am, which features the 50 breast as its rotating event in 2014.
3rd Annual ‘Fastest Man in Texas’ Shootout slated for Nov. 1 in San Antonio, inaugural women’s event added
The date has been set for the 2014 Fastest Man in Texas shootout, where Jimmy Feigen (pictured) and a host of sprinters will compete to steal the 3rd annual Fastest Man in Texas title, while the first-ever women’s title is up for grabs.
Chad le Clos won two events on day 2, including the 100 fly, where he came just over a tenth away from breaking a five-year-old world record.