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    BTS with Team TYR

    It was an exciting month of January for Team TYR. After crushing major races at the 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series in Knoxville, TN, our athletes took to Palm Springs to enjoy a few days of fun, sun and lots of swim gear at the TYR Annual Winter Photo Shoot. For a behind-the-scenes look at some of the awesome memories made, check out the video below. Plus, stay tuned for incredible content and products coming your way this year!

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    2018 USA Swimming Winter National Championships

    The 2018 USA Swimming Winter National Championships have officially come to an end, and it was a major week of work and success for Team TYR. If you didn’t have a chance to follow the races, be sure to check out our video and  day by day recap below! Day One Team TYR came out swinging on day one with Katie Ledecky and Ashley Twichell earning first and second place in the women’s 800m free. View this post on Instagram #TeamTYR with that 1, 2 punch! The 2018 #SwimWinterNats women’s 800m free champ Katie Ledecky & Ashley Twichell in second! A post shared by TYR Sport (@tyrsport) on Nov 28,…

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    2017 World Champion Ashley Twichell on Coping with Injury

    With the 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series well underway, we figure now is the time to double down in our exploration of all things training and performance on the blog. However, if you are an athlete, coach or parent you likely know that when it comes to pushing the body to its limits, injury can sometimes become the uninvited setback that no one was expecting. Like so many swimmers, team TYR athlete and 2017 Open Water World Champion Ashley Twichell is no stranger to injury. In fact, she has battled ongoing shoulder issues for over a decade. At just 28 years old Ashley has made a major name for herself…

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    Cast Your Vote Today!

    Hey TYR fans, did you know that two of Team TYR’s very own have been nominated for this year’s Golden Goggle Awards? That’s right, 6x Olympic Medalist & 20x World Championship Medalist Matt Grevers and 2017 World Champion Ashley Twichell have both been submitted for the Perseverance Award! Plus, Ashley has also been nominated for the Female Race of the Year Award!  Want to see them bring home a win? Then don’t forget to cast your vote today!

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    Our Summer Swimming Recap

    It’s been a thrilling season for team TYR. With major wins at the 2017 FINA World Championship and some exciting swims at the 2017 US Open, we’ve got a ton to celebrate. To find out how your favorite athletes have been racing, read on below. Plus, remember to check in with us for more recaps as team TYR continues to turn heads. Matt Grevers FINA World Championship: Gold in the 4x 100-meter medley relay FINA World Championship: Gold in the 4×100-meter mixed medley relay (New World Record) FINA World Championship: Silver in the 100-meter backstroke FINA World Championship: Bronze in the 50-meter backstroke SILVER for #TeamTYR athlete, Matt Grevers, in the 100m back…

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    Team TYR is Budapest Bound

    Team TYR has been hard at work earning top accolades and gearing up for the 2017 World Aquatics Championships beginning July 14th in Budapest, Hungary. With incredible swims at the 2017 Summer National Championships in Indianapolis, Indiana, a number of team TYR athletes have packed their bags and qualified for spots on team USA’s highly competitive roster. For highlights from Indianapolis, read on below. Matt Grevers 6x Olympic Medalist and 19x World Championship Medalist Matt Grevers brought home gold in the 100-meter backstroke, as well as placed third in the 50-meter back. Kelsi Worrell Olympic Gold Medalist, World & American Record Holder and 6x World Championship Medalist Kelsi Worrell dominated…

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    Catching Up with Ashley Twichell

    Congratulations on winning the 10k at Open Water Nationals by nearly a minute! How did it feel to realize you won? Thank you so much! It was definitely an exciting win for me. The USA women have always had a lot of depth, so Nationals has always been very competitive. When we started inviting international athletes last year, the race became all the more competitive, so that win really helped increase my confidence heading into World Championships. On top of that, I didn’t have the best 2013 Nationals, and I think that was in large part due to the fact that I wasn’t quite over missing the 2012 Olympic Team.…