We’re back with your weekly dose of swimming’s TopTenTweets, where we round up the best of the swimming Twitterverse.
The Ice Cube was just way too convenient of a name https://t.co/E6NJ0rRCln
— Lilly King (@_king_lil) January 31, 2022
Honestly would be surprised if this is the first winter Olympics venue to be called the Ice Cube.
🇨🇳 Beijing Olympics 2008 when 🇺🇸 Michael Phelps’ broke the Men's 400m IM. Today, it becomes second longest standing swimming world record ever🔥
Will Phelps’ WR become the longest standing of all-time in men’s swimming events? #swimming
— FINA (@fina1908) January 31, 2022
Who, if anyone, do you think can break this record?
— Cyndi Gallagher (@Gobruins27) January 30, 2022
Two legends walk onto a pool deck…
Tomorrow is National Backwards Day. To celebrate – try this fun drill 🥸 Post your results in the comments below👇! 🎥 @novamastersswimming pic.twitter.com/2OaWsyLSFx
— Masters Swimming (@MastersSwimming) January 30, 2022
Forget 75s with fins. How fast can you do a 75 backward?
💥 Today, we announce the 24-match schedule for Season 4 2022, planned to kick off on June 3rd, 2022 in North America. Detailed information is available on our website 👉 don’t waste your time, use the link https://t.co/ci6XhYvyqS#iswimleague #isl2022
— International Swimming League (@iswimleague) January 28, 2022
24?!?! OK ISL!!!
One last time in the pool where it all started. Tomorrow 11:30am. pic.twitter.com/HlPhO1F80p
— Nick Albiero (@AlbieroNick) January 29, 2022
And that’s what you call a full circle.
— Frozen Burns (@_brendanburns) January 25, 2022
Can’t believe I forgot this one.
It's another LEN swimmer of the year award for Adam Peaty off the back of a stellar 2021. Tom Dean and Duncan Scott also mentioned in dispatches in 4th and 5th, while Kathleen Dawson took third place in the women's category.
— pullbuoy (@pullbuoy) January 31, 2022
Who won LEN dancer of the year???
No way https://t.co/RuDkKD0wuF
— ⚜️Léon⚜️ (@leon_marchand) January 31, 2022
What he said.
Michael Phelps is missing🤨 https://t.co/kv5yWqmvUy
— Adriel Sanes (@AdrielSanes) January 30, 2022
Again… what he said.
Check back in next week to check out what the Twitter swimmingverse is up to!