Becca Meyers, medaglia d’oro alle Paralimpiadi e detentrice del record mondiale, ha annunciato il suo ritiro dal nuoto competitivo.
Two-time U.S. Paralympian and six-time Paralympic medalist Becca Meyers Has Announced Her Retirement from Competitive Swimming.
MeiMei White has been added to the USA Swimming roster for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games following the withdrawal of Becca Meyers.
Paralympian Roy Perkins shared heated thoughts about Meyers sitting out of the Tokyo Paralympics after being denied her mother as her personal care assistant.
Meyers announced she would not be swimming in Tokyo after being denied the accompaniment of her chosen personal care assistant.
Meyers has elected to decline her third Paralympic invite, citing the USOPC’s decision to not allow her to bring her assistant with her to the Games.
The 2021 US Paralympic Trials will take place this week at the Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center from Thursday, June 17 to Saturday, June 19.
Miller won two medals (one gold, one bronze) at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio and has been part of the USA national team since 2013.
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Becca Meyers #SwimON: “No matter what we endure, we’re always better together. We’re stronger than ever before, and right now, nothing is going to stop us.”
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Pentland Group,la società madre di Speedo International Ltd,ha acquistato Speedo North America.Questa vendita unirà i marchi nazionali sotto un unico marchio.
Pentland Group — the parent company to Speedo International Ltd. — has purchased Speedo North America from PVH, reuniting its global business.
Among her accomplishments in 2019, Meyers broke a World Record that was previously held by the award’s namesake: Trischa L. Zorn.
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Becca Meyers set her second world record in as many days at the 2019 U.S. Paralympics National Championships in Lewisville, TX.
Meyers, 25, took just under 12 seconds off Trischa Zorn’s decades-old 400 IM SM 12 world record on day one of the 2019 U.S. Para Swimming Nationals.