Featured Instagram Post of the Week:
One of TWO world records this week.
NEW WORLD RECORD!!
During the Turkey’s National Championships, Emre Sakçi set a new world record in the men’s 50 breast in SCM. With a 24.95, he became the first man to break the 25-second barrier in the event. Congratulations!
📷: Mike Lewis pic.twitter.com/7RinmUbSRI
— Swimming Stats (@SwimmingStats) December 27, 2021
Aaaaand number 2. How about THAT to close out 2021?!
— Justin Ress (@LilJRess) December 26, 2021
Racing, racing, racing, and more racing.
New year, new race opportunities!
Register to compete against the pros at the 2022 #TYRProSeries in Knoxville & Des Moines 💪
— USA Swimming (@USASwimming) December 27, 2021
Let’s goooooo! Racing in 2022!
After swimming so well on Day 1 of the Fina WChamps @maxlitch1995 tested positive for Covid and has to isolate for 10 days through Christmas 🎄🤦♂️ but this guy is a HERO 🦸♂️ still staying positive and making us laugh. Stay strong 💪 max 💙 @britishswimming pic.twitter.com/5oWwXvB4j2
— David Hemmings (@DaveHemmingsGBR) December 20, 2021
Just in case you’ve been living under a rock and have missed the Litchfield content this week.
“WORK IT MOLLY” shouts one of @MollyRenshaw’s 🇬🇧 team-mates after collecting World 🥉
And she did… pic.twitter.com/usueXNfFCa
— Nick Hope – the athlete’s journalist 👨💻🏊🏻♂️ (@NickHopeTV) December 21, 2021
Podium or runway?
— Emma Griffin (@Griffin_Emma) December 25, 2021
Would you rather race a 50 freestyle in a pool or a 1500 freestyle on a television?
Look what’s listed under Seasonal Streaming, right next to The Grinch…
— Cody Miller (@swimiller) December 24, 2021
Comment your pick for top holiday movie.
The way they live their lives, their incredible work ethic & their success in inspiring the younger generation of athletes (& older ones too 😂)
The question is which one to read first 🤔 pic.twitter.com/j1KIPgJK2m
— Vicki Moore (@AboutTheWrapper) December 27, 2021
Which one are you reading first?
These swimmers in Berlin heralded Christmas with an icy dip in the Orankesee Lake pic.twitter.com/hDSnBXzicz
— Reuters (@Reuters) December 26, 2021
The yearly dose of people-who-will-emerge-themselves-in-literal-ice-water.
Titles are forever, records are meant to be broken – Last of my 4 World Records to be broken. Proud to have held this one for over 12 years. https://t.co/CJVXUeyNhT
— Cameron van der Burgh OIS (@Cameronvdburgh) December 27, 2021
The van der Burgh legacy shall live on.
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