Many thanks to Scott Davis for these swimming photos.
The forecast wasn’t promising for the 2014 Pan Pacific Championships on the Gold Coast, and the rain did unleash.
The entire Brazilian contingent for the 2014 Pan Pac Championships.
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Check out photos from the 2014 Goodwill Swim Meet between Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Guyana and St. Lucia in Paramaribo, Suriname.
Thiago Pereira prepares for the 2014 Pan Pacific Championships in Australia. Check out a full photo vault of Team Brazil here.
Ariana Kukors is a World Record holder, and in the run-up to her first Olympic Team in 2012, was a Bolles Shark.
Peter Vanderkaay demonstrates start technique
Aussie! Aussie! Aussie! oy! oy! oy! The Australian Para Pan Pacs team finished second to the US in overall medal count but produced the most golds of any of the teams competing in Pasadena.
Tom Shields accepting his medal next to a disappointed Phelps after beating the odds and taking home the gold in the 100m fly final. He also won the 200m fly final earlier despite also not being the favorite in that event.
Americans Ian Silverman (L) and Dalton Herendeen (R) at the start of the men’s 100 back S10 at Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships on Saturday, August 9.
The Swim Pictures’ Tim Binning caught NBAC’s Sierra Schmidt a few heats before her 400 prelim, getting down.
There were two big wins on day four of the US Nationals. Cody Miller beat defending champion Kevin Cordes in the 100m breaststroke and the Cal girls dominated the podium with a 1-2-3 finish in the 100m backstroke.
Selfie on the women’s 100 back S10 podium at Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships.