Seal Beach, CA — June 23, 2016 —TYR Sport, the leading manufacturer of competitive swim and triathlon gear, is proud to welcome breaststroke specialist and U.S. National Team Member Molly Hannis to its roster of sponsored swimmers.
With major performances for the University of Tennessee under her belt, Hannis has undoubtedly been one to watch. Highlighting her time as a Lady Vol with two NCAA titles, she helped the University of Tennessee to win both the 200y and 400y medley relays at the 2013 NCAA Championships.
In 2014 she was at it again, winning the 100y breast title and taking second in the 200y breast at AT&T Winter Nationals. Recently, she placed second in the 200m breast at 2015 Phillips 66 Nationals and helped her team win the national title in the 400m medley relay in the 100m breaststroke. Hannis also represented the U.S.A. at the World University Games and on the FINA World Cup circuit where she earned three World Cup victories.
Setting her sights on the world stage, this National Team member will compete in her third Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska, next week.
“After racing in the Avictor at U.S.A. Summer Nationals I knew instantly that TYR Sport was for me,” said Hannis. “I am honored to have the support of the TYR brand as I begin my professional career, and I can’t wait to see what’s in store.”
“We are incredibly excited to welcome Molly Hannis to the team,” began Matt DiLorenzo, Chief Executive Officer of TYR Sport. “We are confident that Molly has only just begun to show us what she can do as an athlete, and we look forward to watching her career excel.”
Named for TYR, the Norse god of warriors, our company is committed to cultivating a culture of greatness, both in and out of the water. Through vision and American ingenuity, we have become a brand synonymous with the athlete.
From the planning stages to the production floor, everything we do revolves around synthesizing creativity, experience and competition. For us, engineering the most advanced performance products is more than just a goal, it’s a requirement.