The Halloween SwimSwam Photo Vault is Open – 2012

A lot of swim teams, swim coaches, college swimming teams and Olympic swimmers got into the holiday spirit last night.

First up, here’s what Coach Todd Schmitz of the Colorado Stars sent to us, his Halloween Pumpkin swimming workout:

Colorado Stars, Halloween Pumpkin Relay workout (Photo Credit: Todd Schmitz)

Colorado Stars, Halloween Pumpkin “underwaters” (Photo Credit: Todd Schmitz)

And that’s Olympic Gold Medalist and Superstar, Missy Franklin, working her body position and backstroke kick during the Colorado Stars’ Halloween Pumpkin workout (Photo Credit: Todd Schmitz)

Purdue Men’s Swimming 4x Halloween burrito relay…

Olympic Champion Matt Grever and National Team Member Annie Chandler’s Halloween custome.

Swimmers going as Olympic swimmers on Halloween. Note the fake Olympic Rings tattoos.

Coach Chuck Batchelor, Bluefish Swim Club, who coached of Elizabeth Beisel to her first Olympic Games in 2008.

Navy Men’s Swimming on Halloween

Happy Halloween from Kenyon Swimming & Diving

Happy Halloween from Cornell Swimming & Diving

Happy Halloween from Coach Mike Bottom, University of Michigan Swimming

Dougie Palacious tweeted he was going at Olympic swim star Cullen Jones for Halloween.

Ashley Gulick…as a swimmer for Halloween

…but Olympic swimming icon Natalie Coughlin takes the gold for best custome!

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Rowdy Gaines and his Family had the best costume by far, hands down.


Damn Natalie’s a hot zombie!

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MEL STEWART Jr., aka Gold Medal Mel, won three Olympic medals at the 1992 Olympic Games. Mel's best event was the 200 butterfly. He is a former World, American, and NCAA Record holder in the 200 butterfly. As a writer/producer and sports columnist, Mel has contributed to Yahoo Sports, Universal Sports, …

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