Swimming’s TopTenTweets of the Week: #4 Tiniest Worrell’s 1st Practice


American sprinter Madison Kennedy didn’t grow arms like steel over night. You gotta put in the work to get the results.


You know you’re a flyer when…


If that’s what it takes to win U.S. Nationals, then a two-hand finish in freestyle might be the next big thing.


Lilly King and Miranda Tucker tore it up this weekend at U.S. Nationals, proving to the NCAA that they’re the best freshman breaststroke duo (or maybe best breaststroke duo as it is) in college right now.


When you try on your new tech suit.


Maxime Rooney, an up-and-comer for the U.S. freestyle squad, hanging with Australian freestyle legend Grant Hackett.


Well this is just adorable.


What’s better than going to the Olympics?

Going to the Olympics with one of your old teammates.


Congrats indeed to young breaststroke phenom Reece Whitley on his accomplishments, earning the title of the Sports Illustrated Sports Kid of the Year. Go Reece!


Tech suits help us find the super hero within us during taper.

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About Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

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