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Legend has it that this the dog the named the ‘doggy paddle’ stroke after.
I'm going to tell my kids this was Michael Phelps pic.twitter.com/3GyCXkUMlY
— Bryce Bohman (@brycebohman) March 3, 2021
Where’s the lie?
The perfectly correct decision.
Shout out to Tay!
Are you fired up? @_reecewhitley is.
— Cal Men's Swim & Dive (@calmenswim) March 4, 2021
If you weren’t fired up before this video, you definitely were after.
Mike2swim truly never dissapoints.
— Gators Swimming & Diving (@GatorsSwimDv) March 4, 2021
If the fire emoji was a photo.
Ann Curtis, Class of 1948, was born March 6, 1926. She was the greatest woman swimmer of her generation & @Cal's first Olympic Swimming Champion. Curtis won 2 Gold Medals & a Silver at the 1948 London Olympics, when there were only 5 women's events & swimmers could only enter 3. pic.twitter.com/uPLubOs82K
— Cal Bears History (@CalBearsHistory) March 6, 2021
Your history lesson for the week.
Did nobody want Chad’s autograph???
— Indiana Swim & Dive (@IndianaSwimDive) March 4, 2021
Pink hair, don’t care.
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