PHOTO VAULT: 2015 Bill Nixon Memorial Invite featuring Feigen, Larson and Romano

Last weekend, professional and age group athletes came together for the Lakeside Aquatic Club’s 2015 Bill Nixon Memorial Invite in Lewisville, Texas, complete with a 50 free shootout.

Photographer Andy Ringgold was on the scene, and has shared his shots with SwimSwam.

You can find Andy’s full gallery from the meet (upwards of 400 shots) on his Flickr page by following this link.

Our full Bill Nixon coverage is below:

North Texas Nadadores win multiple events on day 1 of Bill Nixon Memorial

Breeja Larson out-duels Laura Sogar on night 2 of Bill Nixon Memorial Meet

Jimmy Feigen, Amanda Kendall win big on final night of 2015 Bill Nixon Memorial Meet

We also selected Amanda Kendall’s lifetime-best 50 free as our Blueseventy Featured Swim of the Week. You can read that story here.

From the Lakeside Aquatic Club’s pre-meet press release:

In its second year as a pro-am, the 7th Annual Bill Nixon Memorial Meet will be hosted by Lakeside Aquatic Club in the Lewisville Independent School District’s Westside Aquatic Center in North Texas June 11-14, 2015. This year the meet’s cash prizes have grown to over $10,000. LAC is bringing back the exciting 50 Free Shoot-Out that was debuted at the meet last year.

All photos courtesy of Andy Ringgold / Aringo Photos.

Jimmy Feigen

Jimmy Feigen

Megan Romano (2)

Megan Romano

Nina Rangelova Breeja Larson

Nina Rangelova and Breeja Larson

Lauren Pitzer

Lauren Pitzer

Andrew Rogers

Andrew Rogers

Amanda Kendall (2)

Amanda Kendall

Brett Ringgold

Brett Ringgold

Breeja Larson

Breeja Larson

Neil Walker

Olympian and coach Neil Walker

Megan Romano Amanda Kendall

Megan Romano and Amanda Kendall

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