Arena Celebrates U.S. National Team’s World Championship Dominance with Limited Edition National Team-Themed Suit and Full Line Racing Suit Special
“I am so excited to be able to debut this suit in Barcelona,” said U.S. National Team swimmer Megan Romano. “I take a lot of confidence in knowing that I’m wearing the fastest suit in the market, and I love the patriotism of the red, white and blue design.”
The International Swimming Hall of Fame today announced results of the International Selection Committee’s vote for the Class of 2014. Led by Australian swimmer Grant Hackett, this year’s class of 12, represents eight different nations.
“We are extremely lucky to have such an incredible swimmer join our team,” said FINIS President John Mix. “It would be enough if all she did were win gold medals and set world records, but this young woman is so remarkable on her own. Her drive, her will to succeed, to overcome adversity; we can all learn a lot from Mallory Weggemann.”
Tyler McGill of the NYAC famously kisses his wife after making the 2012 U.S. Olympic Swimming Team in the 100-meter butterfly at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska.
SwimSwam.com is looking for a reporter with an understanding of the sport, someone who can speak to swimmers, coaches, industry contacts, and can simultaneously continue to build the external audience of swimming.
“I’ve been wearing Arena suits all summer and have found great success in the pool,” said Shields. “I’m so happy to officially be aligned with Arena. The technology is the best in the industry, and I am proud to represent a company that is true leader in the swimming community.”
Voting for the 2nd edition of the Sports City Index is now open. Results will be announced on December 10th, 2013. The Index, launched in 2012, provides a comprehensive annual ranking of the top sports cities from around the world. (Featured Image: London Aquatic Center)
“Our growth in the team market has been very rapid, and we’re going to maintain the customer service that got us here.” states Vice President of Sales, Matt Zimmer. “Amy and Missy fully understand the importance of strong customer outreach, and the technology that allows us to make team fulfillment as easy as it can be.”
Nick Folker, co-founder of BridgeAthletic, trains NBC TV star Natalie Morales and 12-time Olympic medalist Natalie Coughlin.
The International Swimming Hall of Fame, Inc., (ISHOF) announced today that upon the expiration of its current fifty-year agreement with the City of Fort Lauderdale, in February of 2015, it will not renew and will look for a new home in another city.
The Schroeder South Swim Team will still exist if the Pulaski pool closes (the team uses several pools in the area), but it will be far less convenient for many swimmers to make it to practice and lessons since Pulaski is in the center of the community.
Florent Manaudou, 50 freestyle 2012 Olympic champion and brother of Olympic star Laure Manaudou, expands his endorsement portfolio with Ice Watch.
Potomac Marlins to Host Breast Cancer Fundraiser Event at PVS October Open at Lee District Rec. Center
The Potomac Marlins, a member of Potomac Valley Swimming, will host a Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraiser this weekend as part of the October Open at Lee District Recreation Center (October 18-20).
The Eastern States Swim Clinic has a great lineup of Olympic swimmers and coaches, including Mike Bottom (featured image), David Marsh, Todd Schmitz, Ian Crocker and Kate Zielger.
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