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No fair… lane 5 has a wayyyyy bigger lane.
— #ParaSwimming (@Para_swimming) September 5, 2021
Less than 3 years until we get to say Bonjour!
The collection just keeps getting LONG-er… that's NUMBER 29 for @JessicaLong ‼️
— U.S. Paralympics Swimming (@USParaSwimming) September 3, 2021
I said it last week and I’ll say it again….. G O A T.
“The hardest thing I’ve ever had to do."
Aurélie Rivard, Canada's most decorated female Paralympian at #Tokyo2020, wanted to go home after a disappointing first event.
— Toronto Star Sports (@StarSports) September 4, 2021
That’s what you call a bounce back!!! Go, Aurelie!
Olympic swimming star Simone Manuel (@swimone), from Sugar Land (Fort Bend Austin High School) and @stanfordswim, threw out the ceremonial first pitch tonight for her hometown @SL_Skeeters. pic.twitter.com/Ahv5221EyK
— Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26) September 4, 2021
Perfect form, IMO.
Learning to swim and being a competent swimmer, is an absolute must and a life skill we all need! https://t.co/0BXfJkqasw
— James Guy (@Jimbob95goon) September 3, 2021
Learn to swim… you might just win an Olympic medal someday!
Man I’m excited to start training @bbcstrictly
— Adam Peaty MBE (@adam_peaty) September 3, 2021
Excited to see if they can incorporate breaststroke into the routine.
When they finally put a ring on it 😻
— Kentucky Swim & Dive (@UKSwimDive) September 2, 2021
Beyonce would be proud.
— Rick Bishop (@CoachRickBishop) September 7, 2021
Tag yourself… I’m the guy closest to the camera.
— #TokyoParalympics (@NBCOlympics) September 6, 2021
Ouuuuuuuuu pretty :’)
Why am I more stressed about moving out than I was for the Olympic Games ? 🤷🏻♂️
— Matty Lee (@mattydiver) September 6, 2021
I actually don’t think anything is more stressful than moving.
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