Backstroke stud Ryan Murphy had some jaw dropping performances as a Cal junior in 2016.
Lilly King was just a freshman for Indiana University when she stormed onto the scene at the 2016 NCAA Championships.
Drew Kibler (pictured) and Eva Merrell led the 2016 Swammy honorees for the 15-16 age group.
Regan Smith (pictured above) and Carson Foster topped our picks for 2016 swimmers of the year in the 13-14 age category.
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50 backstroke short course world champion Etiene Medeiros is our South American Female Swimmer of the Year.
Out of a tight pool of athletes, Felipe Franca Silva’s South American record in the 100 breast tipped him over the edge to win the 2016 Swammy Award for South American Male Swimmer of the Year.
Japan’s Masato Sakai blazed through the final 50 of the 200 fly to take a narrow 2nd to Michael Phelps at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Meghan Lynch and Ronald Dalmacio were the top 11-12 age groupers of the year for 2016.
Rie Kaneto proved that age is just a number this year with her gold medal-winning Rio performance at 27 years of age.
Leah Hayes and Jaeddan Gamilla emerged as the top girl and boy, respectively, in the 10-and-under age group for 2016.
Although there were dozens of incredible viral videos to choose from this year, ultimately, the Swammy Award goes to Fu Yuanhui, who didn’t know that she had won a bronze medal in the Olympic 100 backstroke until halfway through her post-race interview.