We’re back with swimming’s TopTenTweets of the week. If you haven’t noticed, David Marsh has been killing the Twitter game in his return to college swimming — so much so that he took two out of the top 10 spots this week. From Golden Goggles attire to some impressive age groupers, scroll to see what made the cut!
— David Plummer (@davideplummer) November 7, 2017
Plummer is keeping it real.
4 years ago today I completed something that I was repeatedly told was impossible – swimming the length of Britain. Keep true to your dreams and never give up everyone. pic.twitter.com/obfvSIEkHl
— Sean Conway (@Conway_Sean) November 11, 2017
If he can swim the length of Britain, you can make it through Monday morning practice.
How are you feeling after the first swim practice of the 2017-18 season?
— West Muskingum Swim (@WestMSwimTeam) November 8, 2017
Sounds about right.
— David Marsh (@SwimCoachMarsh) November 6, 2017
Even legendary coaches aren’t above this age old swim tradition.
— Chris Lindauer (@chrislindauer1) November 11, 2017
It’s always a good time to show the D-squad some love.
— Ryan Sprang (@GPACCoachRyan) November 10, 2017
The girl on the right is all of us.
When mom makes pizza rolls https://t.co/g9c6fpT2iA
— Matt O'Donnell (@MJ_ODonnell) November 8, 2017
An oldie but goodie.
Update: I️ still don’t have anything to wear for golden goggles. Should I go with the Dino suit or nah?
— Lilly King (@_king_lil) November 10, 2017
We’ve got an early frontrunner for “best dressed.” Check out the dinosaur here.
Anywhere, Anytime. Your attitude is everything no matter who you want to be. Some fun in the ☀️ pic.twitter.com/CE6wh7qiVL
— Adam Peaty MBE (@adam_peaty) November 11, 2017
Just imagine being the lap swimmer in the background swimming freestyle and getting passed by Adam Peaty.
I’d go with “back in my day” snowing in miami-walking up hill- asbestos dropping from the ceiling at AU.. 45 min on a stretch cord in place. https://t.co/9hQuiEqxGh
— David Marsh (@SwimCoachMarsh) November 12, 2017
Our jaws are dropping at “45 min on a stretch cord in place,” but whatever he did, it worked.