Mitch Bowmile reviews the weekend’s swim meet competitions.
“It’s an honor to be representing the TYR brand alongside so many incredible athletes,” said Twichell. “I’m so excited to be a part of this family, and I can’t wait to see what the future has in store.”
Blueseventy has reappointed Roque Santos to lead it’s performance swimwear division. The USA Olympian was at the helm when blueseventy revolutionized pool swimwear in 2008 and has returned to push forward the current and future swimwear range.
Rick Paine, American College Connection Director: “I am very happy to have Donny Brush join us at American College Connection. Donny replaces Jessica Berkowitz-Minier as Assistant Director of Swimming and joins our other Assistant Director, Paul Stearns.”
“Engaging with our customer base and making them smile – whether through social media, through our terrific customer service or through the great products we deliver – is the most important thing we do here at SwimOutlet.com,” said Alexander Sienkiewicz, CMO of SwimOutlet.com.
“Being able to call myself a professional athlete is something that I’ve wanted my entire life and during my swimming career, so I am thrilled to be a part of Team TYR,” said Lauren Perdue.
“I am excited to be extending my partnership with FINIS as I continue training on the road to my third Olympics in Rio,” says Dunford.
“We are proud to partner with the USA Swimming Foundation to provide the best educational opportunities possible to our youth members,” said Rob Urbach, USA Triathlon CEO.
Speedo USA Redesigns College Swim Team Uniforms with New Custom Suits for Cal, USC, University of Florida and the University of Michigan
Cal Women’s Swimming will race in the New Speedo USA “thin-strap suits” during the 2013-14 collegiate swimming season.
Swim Rio Rancho coach Kerri-Ann Petty contributed this report. To see her report on the boys’ championship last weekend, click…
As we reported last week, Sara Iskovic is back in the pool training with her sight set on the 2016…
New Mexico’s Metro Championship meet from this past weekend kicks off the state’s championship season.
Take a moment and ask yourself: what’s the worst air quality you’ve ever experienced at an indoor pool? Not just recently…but ever. Have you ever wondered why? Why is the air so bad in most indoor pools, and seemingly fine in others?
Gregg Troy discusses the Texas weather, and his team’s training in December and January.
Dave Salo talks to SwimSwam’s Catherine Lee at the SMU Classic.