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Happy Olympic year!
— Yannick Agnel (@YannickAgnel) July 22, 2019
Heyyyy we recognize that font! Top-notch analysis from Yannick.
Sarah Thomas dedicated her swim to "all the survivors out there"after completing treatment for breast cancer a year ago
this morning Sarah became the first person to swim the English Channel 4 times non-stop#channelswimmer #nevergiveup #sarahthomas @Sarahswims04 @AnastasiaSwim pic.twitter.com/lZfGWBbNpJ
— Big Ricks Swim Team (@RicksSwim) September 17, 2019
What a shot.
*finishes a 200 fly*
Announcer: The results are unofficial.
Me trying to play it cool despite not touching a single wall with two hands:
— Justin Wright (@THE_MrRight) June 3, 2019
Justin’s honesty is refreshing.
Age 17: 16:50 in the SCY mile. Age 21: 15:54. Last night, at age 29, unshaved + at the end of a 70K+ training week, I went 15:30.9. Young athletes: there are multiple trajectories to success, and there is no predetermined age at which you reach full potential. Keep working hard.
— Ashley Twichell (@atwich616) March 11, 2019
A play in three acts (yes that was actually my best time) pic.twitter.com/dTnCGaOwKs
— Andrew Gemmell (@ADGemmell) July 9, 2019
Brother of the year?
— Josh Christensen (@IndStSwimCoach) June 2, 2019
When you get selected for the freestyle relay again but not the medley https://t.co/m3YPt2fmx7
— Josh Prenot (@JoshPrenot) May 31, 2019
My coach when I finished warmup 5 mins before everyone else cuz I didn’t do the 300 reverse IM https://t.co/CfI3NmwYX1
— Karl Ortegon (@kfortegon) January 24, 2019
So this was universal, huh.
— Bex Freebairn (@Bex_WSU) August 8, 2019
Swim coach humor doesn’t always hit. But when it does? It HITS hits.
I’m watching swimming. FYI.
— Anders Holm (@ders808) March 9, 2019
It’s really not swimming’s championship season until Anders Holm is watching.
The dab will never die on my watch https://t.co/UEOZn9oDes
— Ryan Held (@heldilox) April 14, 2019
me to myself when the consequences of my own actions start rolling in https://t.co/uCxisOS31o
— Madison Blakesley (@m_blakesley) June 15, 2019
The clear winner of the caption contest.
I am really proud of my son at this swim meet- he ended up finishing well before the first playoff game kicked off today.
— McNeil (@Reflog_18) January 13, 2019
*swims 25k today
I don’t think so ma dude https://t.co/79AFsLCnfs
— Erica Sullivan (@erica_sully) July 19, 2019
Oh, and can we add that she is a teenager, was the top five in the world in the 1500, and swam her first 25K at the world’s biggest swimming event outside of the Olympics? This thread got big. Lots of blue checkmarks in that man’s mentions.
— Andrew Wilson (@awil5504) March 27, 2019
Andrew Wilson is six feet tall, for reference.
Man it feels good to oficially be recognized as the fastest man ever, but I was faster than that in practice last week with Joseph Schooling chained to my ankles #NCAASwimDive
— [Not] Dean Farris (@NotDeanFarris) March 28, 2019
Many levels of SwimSwam comment culture at work here.
Well since @swimswamnews posted it, I don’t feel so bad.
— Rada Owen (@RadaOwen) March 29, 2019
From Durden’s pure excitement to the four guys immediately jumping to pick him up (and of course Carr’s very fast swim), we love every single part of this. Our Instagram post of the same video was our sixth most-liked post in the last year.
— Nathan Adrian (@Nathangadrian) May 18, 2019
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