We’re back with swimming’s top 10 tweets, where we round up the best of the swimming Twitterverse. From Stanford’s greatest tradition to a unique “on the house” choice, scroll to see what made the cut!
New year. New goals. New opportunities. Here we go ? Hey, 2018!
— Jessica Long (@JessicaLong) January 1, 2018
Obligatory inspiring January 1st tweet.
— Felicia Lee (@FeliciaFLee) January 6, 2018
When you’re the best team in the nation, you can focus on the important things in life during winter training.
— Dave Salo (@Sprintsalo) January 6, 2018
Anyone who’s tried to stop the ocean with a sand wall knows just how bonding the experience can be.
Evansville was 2-2 from the line in first half, but just 4-9 when shooting with the swim team behind the basket in the second half.
Looks like our distraction worked. pic.twitter.com/9w9N60lrXI
— Saluki Swim and Dive (@SIU_SwimDive) January 4, 2018
We move to make this a thing at every school. See the GOAT’s Curtain of Distraction performance for another acceptable form.
I just wish I had eye brows
— Cody Miller (@swimiller) January 3, 2018
Cody speaks for every outdoor swimmer ever.
— Tonawanda Titans (@TitanSwimming) January 6, 2018
We’re #here for this NFL crossover set.
Caeleb Dressel hasn't swum the 200 Fly since he was 15 years old. He goes a 1:47 today. pic.twitter.com/WALEKfqiWA
— USA Swimming Stats (@USASwimStats) January 6, 2018
What can’t this guy do?
There is literally no better feeling than watching someone make their first Olympic team. Instant tears.
Every. Stinkin. Time.
— Lilly King (@_king_lil) January 6, 2018
Speaks for itself.
— Gary Taylor (@PACKCoachTaylor) January 6, 2018
Training camp brings out the best in us all.
— Rowdy Gaines (@RowdyGaines) January 5, 2018
Name a more iconic duo. We’ll wait.