Best Swimming Photos of 2023

2023 was an epic year for swimming and saw some amazing moments. Here are our favorite photos from the year from SwimSwam photographer Jack Spitser:

Julia Dennis (photo: Jack Spitser)

Mona McSharry (photo: Jack Spitser)

Nyls Korstanje (photo: Jack Spitser)

Nyls Korstanje (photo: Jack Spitser)

Josh Liendo, Adam Chaney and Julian Smith (photo: Jack Spitser)

Aiden Hayes (photo: Jack Spitser)

Zach Harting (photo: Jack Spitser)

David Johnston (photo: Jack Spitser)

Rafael Miroslaw (photo: Jack Spitser)

Siobhan Haughey (photo: Jack Spitser)

Hubert Kos (photo: Jack Spitser)

Trenton Julian (photo: Jack Spitser)

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Jesse M
1 month ago

What about Jordan Crooks celebration for his 50 free

Spotted Zebra
1 month ago

I love the raw emotion captured in the photo of Josh Liendo, Adam Chaney, and Julian Smith; you can feel the crackle of energy and excitement they experienced in that moment, although the image itself is static–that’s an impressive photographic accomplishment.

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Andrew
1 month ago

The Miroslaw, Johnston and Fl guys ones are cold

swim fan
1 month ago

the julia dennis one !!!!

ACC fan
1 month ago

I think these are best from an “artistic” perspective. Jack is a gifted photographer. Awesome shots. The last shot of water wings is amazing. Thank you Jack. You seem to capture images like no one else.

AgentBond
1 month ago

Awful post…

‘Best’ by what measure?

Harry S
Reply to  AgentBond
1 month ago

It’s a Swimswam article. It’s the best of Swimswam photos of American swimmers of the year and Jack is Swimswam’s photographer. Nobody said this was Sports Illustrated’s best photos of the year. I believe the photos are meant to showcase the action and excitement of championship meets on our soil for family and fans who can’t attend. How about a little gratitude to start the new year?

Backstrokebro
1 month ago

Both of korstanje’s go so hard

bigfriendlyswimpodcast
Reply to  Backstrokebro
1 month ago

came down here to comment the same thing lol

DK2023 Denise
1 month ago

Self promotion and no aussies….transparently obvious. Some nice pics but overrated

Reply to  DK2023 Denise
1 month ago

…just seeing the comments here. Jack’s travel budget was a limited in 2023. And, if we’re being 100% transparent, sending Jack to World Champs isn’t always the best investment because World Aquatics puts him in the cheat seats. Governing bodies do not provide swimswam any special access. In fact, they often make capturing media a hurdle. They do provide special access to their photogs and getty and specific media they like. For a big event, we/swimswam will run 200-250 images (and a 1000+ if you count editorial use over the following 12 months). None of that matters to governing boides. For the record, Jack will be at the Olympic Games, and he will clearly being capturing all of the Australia… Read more »

About Jack Spitser

Jack Spitser

Jack Spitser is a San Diego based photographer and entrepreneur who swam for UC San Diego under Olympic coach David Marsh and current coach Marko Djordjevic. He graduated in 2020, and ended his collegiate swimming career at the NCAA D2 Championships in March. Working for years as both a businessman …

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