The Swimmer Calendar is Hot With Swim Stars and Behind the Scenes Video

The mission of  The Swimmer Calendar is simple and straight forward: grow the sport, help the athletes, and give back.

Joe Pascale, MMA Fight, Elite Swimmer, Beard Cultivator

Joe Pascale, MMA Fighter, Elite Swimmer, Beard Cultivator

First off, buy The Swimmer Calendar and support this creative effort. They’ve done an excellent job. The calendar is artistically beautiful. Click on this link and see for yourself. 

Here’s the backstory via The Swimmer Calendar website:

It all started at the 2012 US Olympic Swimming Trials in Omaha, Nebraska.

Astounded by a series of events that landed her in the midst of ten-thousand screaming swimming fans, Beth Green-Tweddle had an idea…. She recognized an opportunity to help grow the sport of swimming and share its beauty with the masses.  So she took it.

Excited by the possibilities, Beth presented the concept of The Swimmer Calendar to Eric Knight, a swimmer and close friend of hers.  Intrigued, Eric immediately recognized the marketability of the calendar concept, and the two of them began putting together a business plan.  Backed by their families and friends, they started a company and began the project.

Elite swimmer and calendar headliner

Elite swimmer and calendar headliner

To give the idea a visual voice, Beth and Eric needed a photographer… a great one.  Fortunately, Eric’s good friend and former George Mason University teammate, Andrew Day, had been establishing himself in Manhattan, as an emerging talent in the world of fashion photography.  Andrew was a perfect fit for the calendar project.

The pieces in place, the three of them partnered to create Day and Knight Productions, LLC.  Together, they produced The Swimmer Calendar 2014 on a limited budget, without the help of any sponsors or corporate funding.

D&K Productions is special when considering that Beth, Andrew and Eric live in three different states—New York, Virginia and North Carolina.  Constantly communicating by phone, text and email throughout the entire year long process, they worked together seamlessly in their roles; each with their own responsibilities.

Bryan Lundquist – Behind the Scenes Video

Joe Pascale – Behind the Scenes Video

To the buy The Swimmer Calendar go here.

Swim Stars represented in The Swimmer Calendar (not mentioned above): Davis Tarwater, Eddis Singleton, Josh Schneider, Sean and Matt Patton, Kim Vandenberg, Peter Vanderkaay, Nick Brunelli and Kate Zeigler.

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9 years ago

Impressive rope climbing skillz by Madison

Josh
9 years ago

I’ve always thought Kate Ziegler would make a good swimsuit model. She’s good looking, photogenic, and knows how to move in front of a camera.

KennedyFan
9 years ago

Wow…I just changed my handle because of that:)

Alwaysaswimmer
9 years ago

There’s a typo in your headline.

9 years ago

yeah. Madison is pretty good looking. too bad she didn’t make the Olympic team. Drew day! we used to be teammates like a decade ago! rock on dude

Kevin T
9 years ago

Madison Kennedy is a hottie! Wow!

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MEL STEWART Jr., aka Gold Medal Mel, won three Olympic medals at the 1992 Olympic Games. Mel's best event was the 200 butterfly. He is a former World, American, and NCAA Record holder in the 200 butterfly. As a writer/producer and sports columnist, Mel has contributed to Yahoo Sports, Universal Sports, …

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