We’re back with swimming’s TopTenTweets, where we round up the best of the swimming Twitterverse. From a Katie Ledecky-Washington Nationals interaction for the ages to Ryan Held‘s love life, scroll to see what made the cut!
— Leah Smith (@lgsmith19) May 4, 2018
Hands down the best sponsorship deal in pro swimming.
— ozaukeeaquatics (@ozaukeeaquatics) March 6, 2018
FYI: Garrett Weber-Gale went 49.91 in 2004, when he was 19 years old. He later became the first American to break 48.
When it’s the middle of the day, and you realize you haven’t had any coffee all day… pic.twitter.com/RX49mikDHC
— Jacob Siar (@JacobSiar) May 2, 2018
Honestly idk how to read the board so I googled the score pic.twitter.com/4tpEwhYkt8
— Kierra Smith (@kierras) May 2, 2018
Good work Kierra.
Sir Captain Matt showing the freshies the quickest way to the other side of the pool pic.twitter.com/B811snXAeB
— grantshoults (@grantshoults) May 2, 2018
Pro tip: Grant Shoults is giving us a look into daily Stanford shenanigans on Twitter every day in May. You’re gonna want to give him a follow.
What's better? (There's only one right answer)
— Katie Ledecky (@katieledecky) April 30, 2018
This might as well be a sprint vs. distance poll.
— Ross Dant (@Ross_Dant) May 5, 2018
The #grind never stops.
I don’t tweet about my love life BUUUT after 4 years of being in a relationship with Drag Socks, we are moving in together! If you need me, my new address is: The Bottom of the Pool, Willis Casey Natatorium.
— Ryan Held (@heldilox) April 30, 2018
SwimSwam wishes you and your drag socks a lifetime of happiness, Ryan.
— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) May 1, 2018
— Katie Ledecky (@katieledecky) May 1, 2018
The author of this article cannot think of a more ideal Twitter interaction. More of this, please.
— Farida Osman (@FaridaOsman) May 2, 2018
Hey, TYR: can we make this one of the stroke options for the mystery medley at the Pro Swim Series?
— Katie Drabot (@katiedrabot) May 3, 2018
We didn’t know we needed to see bellyflops this good and this graceful until we saw them. And now we can’t stop watching.