Swimming’s TopTenTweets: Call it a Comeback

Torrey Hart
by Torrey Hart 0

September 19th, 2017 News, TopTenTweets

Have you been feeling a little down lately? Noticing a nagging void in your life for the past year or so? If so, we’ve got just the cure: the return of SwimSwam’s weekly TopTenTweets.

Every Sunday, we’ll compile the ten best swimming-related tweets we can get our eyes on, given the vast number of great tweets out there. Who can make the TopTenTweets podium? Anyone. How can you better your chances? Following @swimswamnews and @torreyhart (#NoShame) wouldn’t hurt.

If our top ten aren’t enough and you want an unfiltered, 24/7 feed of all things swimming, subscribe to the ever-growing Swimming Twitter list (message @torreyhart if you’re a purveyor of can’t-miss swimming content and want to be included in the list).

We won’t keep you waiting any longer — at last, the return of TopTenTweets:


We’ll just leave this here.


David Marsh to UCSD was the surprise move of the summer; we had to see it to believe it!


Some of us here at SwimSwam — and many of you in the Twitter-sphere — are too young to have to seen this real-time. We love seeing Rowdy and those #vintage warm-ups.


The U of L is putting in #work ahead of the season.


We’re out here hitting the snooze button multiple times while Dana and her newborn baby go to morning practice. There’s a reason she’s got 7 Olympic medals to her name and we don’t.


They’re the best team in the country and they have fun doing it.


A man of many talents (and our new style icon), Dressel led 90,000 Gator fans in a pre-game cheer.


Olympians: they’re just like us.


While Lia Neal #JustWantsToBrunch, Ryan says #JustLetMeWork. Every swammer knows the drill.


When you can decorate your pool with a line of of NCAA Championship banners, you’ll know you’ve made it. Hook ’em.

Check back next Sunday night for round two!

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About Torrey Hart

Torrey Hart

Torrey is from Oakland, CA, and majored in media studies and American studies at Claremont McKenna College, where she swam distance freestyle for the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps team. Outside of SwimSwam, she has bylines at Sports Illustrated, Yahoo Sports, SB Nation, and The Student Life newspaper.

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