• NEWS

    2020 TYR Pro Swim Series Schedule Announced

    In partnership with USA Swimming, TYR Sport is excited to announce the five stops of the 2020 TYR Pro Swim Series. Swimmers from around the globe will compete in the top swim series from coast to coast beginning in November 2019 through May 2020. Athletes will use the world-class events in Greensboro, N.C.; Knoxville, Tenn.; Des Moines, Iowa; Mission Viejo, CA and Indianapolis, Ind. in preparation for their run to the 2020 Olympic Games. Fans can experience the 2020 TYR Pro Swim Series at the following event venues: ·       Nov. 6-9, 2019: TYR Pro Swim Series at Greensboro (Greensboro Aquatic Center) ·       Jan. 16-19, 2020: TYR Pro Swim Series at…

  • NEWS

    Get Set For Bloomington

    The fourth stop of the #TYRProSwimSeries in Bloomington, Indiana, 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! For more information on where you can watch, check out the schedule here.

  • NEWS

    Keep Up With The TYR Pro Swim Series

    With the conclusion of three successful Pro Swim Series events this year, it's safe to say that huge things are happening in the world of swimming. However, when it comes to exciting races, we're not finished quite yet. In fact we've got two more stops on the 2019 schedule!

  • 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 place for their swims in the women’s 200m freestyle. Jack…

  • 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!

  • NEWS

    #TYRProSeries: Knoxville

    The results are in, and it was a big weekend for #TeamTYR. With the first stop of the 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series officially in the books, we were excited to see some of our favorite athletes own the podium in their all new TYR Venzos. For photos, race results and more scroll down below. Day 1 Superstar Ashley Twichell kicked off Day 1 of the meet with a big win in the women’s 800m freestyle. Day 2 #TeamTYR heavy hitters Katie Ledecky and Simone Manuel took to the podium with a one-two punch in the women’s 200m freestyle. Later that evening Katie went on to also win the women’s…

  • NEWS

    Your TYR Pro Swim Series Recap

    It’s been an exciting inaugural year for the TYR Pro Swim Series (PSS). From great locations to record-breaking races, there was a ton of fun and success to be had. In addition to an outstanding athlete presence, the six event 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series also delivered on a number interactive fan experiences, athlete signings and major reveals. For a re-cap of some of our favorite highlights, plus a look ahead at the 2018 Phillips 66 National Championships and World Championship Trials, read on below. Series Leads We are proud to report that three Team TYR athletes have earned spots in the women’s top five Pro Series points system moving…

  • TALKS

    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…