Swimming’s TopTenTweets: Swimmers React to WADA

We’re back with swimming’s TopTenTweets, where we round up the best of the swimming Twitterverse. The week was defined by the World Anti-Doping Agency’s decision to reinstate RUSADA, and Twitter reacting accordingly; so from that Kathleen Baker‘s homey meal, scroll to see what made the cut!


Any swimmer with long hair understands this is a true work of art.


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First open water swim ✅

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What happens in Canada stays in Canada.




We’re at least ready to know what we should be ready for…


We’d definitely be ready for this.


Couldn’t have explained it better ourselves!


Meal of champions.


A very Zach Harting problem.


And finally, just a small sample of swimmers worldwide who voiced that disdain for the World Anti-doping Agency’s decision to reinstate RUSADA.

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Andrew Mering

C’mon USA Swimming Stats model. McBroom 2nd? Get good. https://swimswam.com/olympic-trials-predictions-with-math/


And how the field and everyone else distances themselves from Haas


I like how with WADA everyone had their words put out and James guy with a lol

25 free champ

Athletes need to speak out against this or quite honestly I’ll consider them dopers as well.

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