Team Iron’s Emre Sakci threw down some world-leading breast swims this year asserting himself as an ISL star and potential medal threat come Tokyo 2020.
National Training Centre Bath’s Dave McNulty, coach of Freya Anderson and Tom Dean, is the winner of the 2020 Swammy Award for British Coach of the Year.
Even at age 40, Nicholas Santos continues to get it done in the 50 fly, setting the ISL record and winning four of his five meets in 2020.
Julia Sebastian broke two continental records in an outstanding short course season for the LA Current in the International Swimming League.
In 2020, Dylan Carter became a force in the ISL, making a 50 back skins final and setting three national records for Trinidad & Tobago.
Gastaldello was the third-highest point scorer during the 2020 ISL season, winning 20 races across six different events.
Kayla Han (pictured) and Sam Marsteiner are the winners of the 2020 Swammy Awards for the 11-12 Age Group Swimmer of the Year.
Samy set six new Egyptian National Records in just two appearances during the 2020 International Swimming League (ISL) season.
Florida head coach Anthony Nesty guided two Gator men to become the fastest in history, earning the 2020 Swammy Award for Men’s NCAA Coach of the Year.
This year’s Swammy award for Female Breakout Swimmer of the Year goes to Polish swimmer and member of the New York Breakers, Kasia Wasick.
For the second year in a row and third time in Swammy history, Caeleb Dressel has been named as the Male US Swimmer of the Year.
The 2020 Heart of a Champion Award winner is Rikako Ikee of Japan, recognized for her indelible spirit, determination and out-of-pool contributions.
20-year-old Anastasia Kirpichnikova rose quickly in open water this year, winning 10K races at both Russia’s and France’s open water championships.
France’s Marc-Antoine Olivier won the only stop of the FINA Marathon Swimming World Series this year, then followed up with a French title in September.
Erika Brown was the only woman to break an American Record in the yards pool in 2020, and she climbed to 2nd on the all-time list in two more races.