• NEWS

    Happy Earth Day!

    As a brand that is dedicated to all things water, we’re proud to be celebrating Earth Day. This year we wanted to take a moment to recognize the inspiring efforts of two British synchronized swimmers who are working to bring awareness to the dangers of pollution.

  • NEWS

    Maggie Joins Team TYR

    No stranger to the podium, Maggie Steffens has taken the world of aquatic sports by storm. At just 25 years old, the veteran of two Olympic tournaments has earned gold medals for her impressive performance in both the 2012 and 2016 Summer Games. In addition to being named MVP of the 2012 Olympic tournament, Steffens also set the Olympic record for most goals scored in women’s water polo. Aside from her accolades on the world’s stage, Maggie has also been named to the Sports Illustrated list of “Top 25 Most Fit Athletes” in 2016, 2017 and 2018, and is a…

  • TECH

    Here’s Why Every Swimmer Should Own A Snorkel

    When it comes to training, there’s always more to learn. From proper technique to equipment drills, we want to make sure that you’re getting the most out of your next swim. So today we’re focusing on the snorkel. With a soft mouthpiece and curved breathing tube, the snorkel is a diverse, multi-use product that comes in a variety of styles and forms. When utilized for training purposes, the snorkel helps athletes to enhance a range of skills and improve overall technique in the water. Curious to learn more about why you should be using a snorkel? Then read on below.…

  • NEWS

    Your Richmond Recap

    It was an exciting weekend in Richmond, Virginia! With podium finishes, personal bests and athlete signings, many of Team TYR’s finest came out to turn heads at the third stop of the 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series. For a play by play recap, read on below. DAY 1 Katie Ledecky posted the top time in the world this year for her swim in the women’s 800m freestyle. Leah Smith swam a close second in the same event, racing her way to a personal best. DAY 2 Katie Ledecky and Leah Smith were at it again, taking home first and second…

  • TECH

    Goggles Vs. Masks

    If you’re new to the aquatic sports world you may find yourself overwhelmed with the wide range of options that exists in the way of eyewear. From field of vision to overall construction, there’s a lot to consider. However, before getting into the nitty gritty details, it’s important to know what type of equipment you need. That’s where we come in. As a brand dedicated to providing athletes of all levels with the products they need to stay active and safe in the water, we want to help you find the equipment that will work best during your next swim.…

  • NEWS

    Are You Ready For Richmond?

    The third stop of the #TYRProSwimSeries in Richmond, Virginia, is just about underway, and we're excited to experience some incredible races. To support your favorite #TeamTYR athletes, be sure to tune in all weekend long!

  • LIFESTYLE

    Here’s Why Yoga Is Great For Swimmers

    From professional sports teams to high school gym classes, it seems that just about everyone is diving into the practice of yoga. And perhaps, rightfully so. With an emphasis on breathwork, body awareness and increased flexibility, yoga allows individuals of all levels to explore the concept of movement in an entirely new way. So, how will yoga benefit your training regimen? Read on to find out. YOGA IMPROVES BODY AWARENESS In yoga the physical postures, also referred to as “asanas,” help athletes to better understand their bodies. By emphasizing proper alignment, each pose teaches students how to correctly strengthen, lengthen…

  • LIFESTYLE

    4 Reasons Why Swimming Is The Ideal Way To Cross Train

    While it’s no secret that regular exercise is an essential part of healthy living, how we choose to keep active is a very subjective experience. For some, running marathons is a favorite, while for others, maintaining a regular pilates practice feels best. Lucky for us, however, training doesn’t have to be exclusive to one type of exercise. In fact, most athletes feel best when they incorporate a variety of training styles into their regular rotation. If you haven’t yet tried to cross train with swimming, here are just a few of the reasons why you should. SWIMMING WORKS A VARIETY…