— VOLO MultiSport (@Volo_Multisport) November 30, 2015
American sprinter Madison Kennedy didn’t grow arms like steel over night. You gotta put in the work to get the results.
Swam a lifetime best in my 50 free yesterday! Still not faster than my 50 fly, but I'll take it!!! #ATTNats
— Claire Donahue (@clairedonahue) December 4, 2015
You know you’re a flyer when…
— Greg Meehan (@Stanford_W_Swim) December 4, 2015
If that’s what it takes to win U.S. Nationals, then a two-hand finish in freestyle might be the next big thing.
— Cody Miller (@swimiller) December 6, 2015
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.
— Evan Swenson (@HALFanHALF23) December 1, 2015
When you try on your new tech suit.
What a legend!! Grant Hackett!! pic.twitter.com/BT1a1xLM93
— Maxime Rooney (@Maxime_Rooney) December 3, 2015
Maxime Rooney, an up-and-comer for the U.S. freestyle squad, hanging with Australian freestyle legend Grant Hackett.
My youngest sister had her first club swim practice tonight! She looks like a natural and I've… https://t.co/mc5nVnVr2g
— Kelsi Worrell (@kelsiwhirl) December 3, 2015
Well this is just adorable.
Everyone please say a HUGE congrats to @calcamel because SHE'S GOING TO THE OLYMPICS!! So beyond proud of you???
— Missy Franklin (@missyfranklin) December 5, 2015
What’s better than going to the Olympics?
Going to the Olympics with one of your old teammates.
— The First Lady (@FLOTUS) November 30, 2015
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!
— Mitchell Prather (@MitchPrather_) December 4, 2015
Tech suits help us find the super hero within us during taper.