We’re back with swimming’s TopTenTweets presented by Arena, where we round up the best of the swimming Twitterverse.
23-time Paralympic medalist and world record holder Jessica Long is the feature of a new film from the nonprofit organization I Am Second.
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.
arena North America has announced the signing of four new athletes: Justin Ress, Kendyl Stewart, Amy Bilquist, and Sophia Herzog.
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Zhdanov broke the longstanding record by over two seconds; Great Britain’s Brock Whiston also downed a 7-year-old world record.
Britain’s Alice Tai says her stellar form at the 2019 World Para-Swimming Championships is down to concentrating on herself instead of external factors.
Tai has now won the women’s S8 400 free, 100 fly, 100 back and 100 free this week in London. She was classed down from S9 to S8 last year.
This week’s BSN Sports Team of the Week is the US Paralympic Team, whose two major championship meets of the year are still coming up this month and next.
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Global sportswear brand arena adds Paralympian Elizabeth (Lizzi) Smith to its elite team of athletes. Smith earned two relay medals at her first Paralympics.
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National and international para-swimmers competed last weekend at the 10th annual Jimi Flowers Classic Paralympic swim meet.
New Zealand’s Sophie Pascoe took down the 50 free, 100 free and 200 IM records over the course of three days in Singapore.
Pascoe also broke the S9 100 free world record on the first day of the WPS World Series stop in Singapore.
China’s Daomin Liu and New Zealand’s Sophie Pascoe set world marks on day 1 of the Singapore WPS World Series stop.
Gaffney broke Shelby Newkirk’s days-old record.