USA Swimming today announced its open water head coaches for this summer’s Pan American Games and World University Games.
2012 U.S. Olympian Alex Meyer will be among the swimmers converging for an open water camp in Colorado Springs beginning in May.
Alex Meyer of Tennessee Aquatics took the title in the men’s 5k race at the 2015 Open Water National Championships in Miromar Lakes, Florida securing his second straight win in the event.
Tyler Fenwick is one of the most recognizable distance coaches in the world, having served as primary coach for multiple US National finalists, National Champions, Junior World Champions and World Champions.
“When it came time to deciding who went first off the blocks, Mark Weber and Madison Kennedy solved it the old fashion way: Rock-Paper-Scissors.”
Alex Meyer, the former open water world champ and reigning U.S. national champ in the 5K distance, is moving from his longtime Boston base to a new training home with Tennessee Aquatics.
Tyler Fenwick and David Heron sat down with SwimSwam’s Anne Lepesant to talk about the past and the future of their collaboration in distance swimming.
We might see this new breakout from top Tennessee backstroker Lauren Solernou at SEC’s in just under two weeks.
Tennessee’s 2013 Women’s NCAA Champions in the 200 Freestyle Relay – Caroline Simmons, Faith Johnson, Lindsay Gendron, Kelsey Floyd – stand out amongst the field in speed but also in technique.
Australian Luke Percy is a game-changing recruit for the Tennessee Volunteers men. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Connor Jaeger, left, and Andrew Gemmell, right, were the two Olympians in the men’s 1500 at last year’s Olympic Games. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Swimmers took to the course to get ready for tomorrows 5K national championship race at Lake Castaic, California. Photo: Mike Lewis, OlaVistaPhotography.com
Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
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