US Masters Swimming Summer Nationals Photo Vault

It’s hot up in Portland this week for the 2016 US Masters Swimming Summer Nationals – 100+ degrees on deck.  But the heat isn’t slowing down the competitors as national and world records continue to drop. We’re fortunate to share more images from swimming photographer Mike Lewis who’s on hand for USMS covering the action.

Olympian David Sims in the 200 IM at the 2016 US Masters Swimming National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis - Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

Olympian David Sims in the 200 IM at the 2016 US Masters Swimming National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis – Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

2016 US Masters Summer National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis - Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

2016 US Masters Summer National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis – Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

Beating the 100 degree heat with the misters on deck at the 2016 US Masters Swimming National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis - Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

Beating the 100 degree heat with the misters on deck at the 2016 US Masters Swimming National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis – Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

2016 US Masters Swimming National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis - Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

2016 US Masters Swimming National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis – Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

2016US Masters Swimming National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis - Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

2016US Masters Swimming National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis – Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

Actor Thornton Cooper (Parks and Recreation) off in the 50 back at the US Masters Nationals in Oregon (Photo: Mike Lewis - Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

Actor Thornton Cooper (Parks and Recreation) off in the 50 back at the US Masters Nationals in Oregon (Photo: Mike Lewis – Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

2016 US Masters Swimming National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis - Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

2016 US Masters Swimming National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis – Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

2016 US Masters Swimming National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis - Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

2016 US Masters Swimming National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis – Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

Maureen Kornfeld of the blocks at the 2016 US Masters Summer Nationals in Portland (Photo: Mike Lewis - Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

Maureen Kornfeld of the blocks at the 2016 US Masters Summer Nationals in Portland (Photo: Mike Lewis – Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

Trina Schaetz at the 2016 US Masters Swimming Summer national championship (Photo: Mike Lewis - Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

Trina Schaetz at the 2016 US Masters Swimming Summer national championship (Photo: Mike Lewis – Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

2016 US Masters Swimming National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis - Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

2016 US Masters Swimming National Championship (Photo: Mike Lewis – Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

Katie Glenn breaks masters world record in the 50 breaststroke (Photo: Mike Lewis - Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

Katie Glenn breaks masters world record in the 50 breaststroke (Photo: Mike Lewis – Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

Don Hubbard (89) off in the 200 free at the 2016 US Masters Swimming Summer National Championhips (Photo: Mike Lewis - Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

Don Hubbard (89) off in the 200 free at the 2016 US Masters Swimming Summer National Championhips (Photo: Mike Lewis – Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

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USMS Marketing Director and University of Florida Swimming alum Kyle Deery getting it done in the 50 breaststroke (Photo: Mike Lewis – Courtesy of U.S. Masters Swimming)

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Cynthia mae Curran

I watched some of it and it interesting watching older swimmers. I have recently return to go some lap swimming.

Kirk Nelson

Cooper Thornton, not Thornton Cooper 🙂

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