USA Swimming, Speedo USA Announce 30 Most Influential People in Swimming over the Past 30 Years
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the partnership between USA Swimming and Speedo USA, the organizations announced the “30 Most Influential People in Swimming over the Past 30 Years” to recognize those who have made a significant impact to propel swimming into the pre-eminent Olympic sport.
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20 Question Extra: Haley Anderson
Haley Anderson is an Olympic silver medalist from London. She won the 5k gold medal and then qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in the 10k at Worlds in Russia. She talks about her Kazan success and more in this 20 Question Extra.
Haley Anderson Qualifies for 2016 Olympic Team
Haley Anderson Qualifies for 2016 Olympic Team
Olympian Haley Anderson became the third swimmer to qualify for a spot on the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team touching ninth in the women’s 10-kilometer open water event at the 2015 FINA World Championships at the Kazanka River Venue.
20 Question Tuesday: Kate Meili
Katie Meili claimed gold at Pan Ams and the Columbia alum has found her path with the goal being Rio in 2016. She talks about that and more in this week's 20 Question Tuesday.
20 Question Extra: Jordan Wilimovsky
With his mother and aunt in the stands in Russia, Northwestern’s Jordan Wilimovsky won the 10k and qualified for the Olympics, as did fourth-place finisher and teammate Sean Ryan. Before he headed to bed for the night, Jordan took timeout for a special 20 Question Monday
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