— Carol Capitani (@Capitani_Texas) September 26, 2015
UT: also known as the butterfly capital of the NCAA. Freshman Remedy Rule showing that Texas tenacity on her b-day.
Now that they have the 100 IM as an event they need to work towards the 2000 pull
— Drew (@UK_Bonesaw) September 21, 2015
I don’t think you’re going to get that much support for this proposal.
— Sean Ryan (@seanryan92) September 22, 2015
Beautiful view in the Midwest, as National Teamer Sean Ryan got a good workout in the great outdoors.
— Duke Swimming/Diving (@Duke_SWIM_DIVE) September 26, 2015
USA National Team Member Ashley Twichell tied the knot this weekend <3
— Emily Seebohm (@emcbomb) September 26, 2015
Australia’s Emily Seebohm makes sub-59 100 meter backstrokes look EASY. The 23 year old won the 100 back handily at the Hong Kong stop of the FINA World Cup this past week.
Are you going swimming with me? pic.twitter.com/epP00SN32s
— Cute Emergency (@CuteEmergency) September 23, 2015
Holy YES. Yes, yes, yes, the answer is yes.
Still hopeful for a morning practice where we just visualise ourselves swimming workouts. #oneday
— Daryl Turner (@darylDturner) September 24, 2015
When pigs fly. Morning practice is inevitable.
— UofL Swim&Dive (@UofLswim_dive) September 23, 2015
It’s the year of Worrell. Read more about her award here.
When your sister commits to her college and you get all of her other college clothes? pic.twitter.com/GAsHUtLUBl
— Abby Jahns (@abbyjahns) September 24, 2015
Can you say shopping around?? Louisville got a commitment from Abby’s sister Maggie, who probably has enough shirts to dress an entire collegiate swim team.
Do something today that will make you better tomorrow
— Michael Klueh (@mklueh) September 24, 2015
Did you achieve something today? If the answer is no, there’s still time. A bunch of small improvements will add up if you stick with it and stay true to your goals.