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TYR Sport Re-Signs Olympian and 4x World Championship Medalist Jacob Pebley

TYR_Resigns_JacobPebley Seal Beach, CA — February 25, 2019 — TYR Sport is proud to announce the re-signing of Olympian and 4x World Championship medalist Jacob Pebley to its roster of sponsored athletes. Hailing from Corvallis, Oregon, Jacob has garnered a number of impressive results throughout his career. After winning the national title in the 200m backstroke at the 2015 Phillips 66 National Championships, Jacob picked up gold in the 200m back and silver in the 400m medley relay at the World University Games.  In 2016 Jacob punched his ticket to Rio de Janeiro for the Summer Olympic Games where he finished fifth in the 200m backstroke. Most recently, Jacob swam his way to the podium at the 2018 USA Swimming Winter National Championships where he earned first place finishes in the men’s 200m freestyle and 200m backstroke, as well as second in the men’s 100m back. In 2019, Pebley is set to compete at multiple stops of the TYR Pro Swim Series in the all new TYR Venzo. Working alongside the TYR design team and fellow Team TYR athletes, Jacob played an integral role in helping to create the highly anticipated technical suit. “Jacob has the ability to accomplish major success,” began TYR Sport Chief Executive Officer Matt DiLorenzo. “As a brand, we’re proud to continue supporting him on that journey.” "I’m excited to be re-signing with TYR as I work towards Tokyo,” said Pebley. “TYR has been a family to me since I first came on board in 2016 and has seen me through many exciting accomplishments. Being a part of the Venzo design process was a meaningful experience, and I look forward to racing in it as I continue toward my Olympic dream.” About TYR 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.
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TYR Sport Re-Signs 10x World Championship Medalist Michael Chadwick

TYR_Resigns_MichaelChadwick Seal Beach, CA — February 25, 2019 — TYR Sport is proud to announce the re-signing of 10x World Championship medalist Michael Chadwick to its roster of sponsored athletes. As the most decorated swimmer in the history of the University of Missouri, Michael Chadwick is no stranger to competition. In fact, in addition to 22 All-American honors Michael ended his college career owning team records in the 50, 100 and 200y freestyle events and the 200y IM. Today, he is currently ranked third all-time in the 100y breaststroke. Most recently, Chadwick turned heads at the 2018 USA Swimming Winter National Championships where he dominated in the men’s 100m free. In addition to taking home first place, Chadwick’s time ranked second in the world for 2018. Later that year, Michael performed on five American relay teams at the 2018 FINA Short Course World Championships where he earned four golds and one silver medal. Two of those winning performances (both the 4×50m and 4×100m free relays) also set new world records. Kicking off 2019 on the podium, Michael Chadwick recently scored big wins at the first stop of the 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series in Knoxville, TN. In addition to taking home first place in the men’s 100m free, Chadwick also came in second in the men’s 50m free. Aside from his impressive performances, this was an exciting weekend for Michael as it was the first time he competed in the all new TYR Venzo technical suit. Having spent the last two years traveling to the TYR design headquarters, Michael played a unique role in helping to create the suit that is now being celebrated by industry insiders and athletes worldwide. “Michael has proven to the world that he’s just getting started,” began TYR Sport Chief Executive Officer Matt DiLorenzo. “We’re confident that come 2020, everyone will know his name.” "I am thrilled to be rejoining the TYR family,” began Chadwick. “TYR takes care of its pro team better than anyone else in the market. Over the past few years TYR has allowed me to excel in the pool and with the new addition of the Venzo I know that come 2020, Team TYR will be on top. I can’t wait for the world to see just how high TYR has taken the suit industry with the release of the new Venzo."   About TYR 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.
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TYR Sport Signs Olympic Gold Medalist, World Championship Medalist & American Record Holder Jack Conger

TYR_JackConger_PressRelease Seal Beach, CA – October 4, 2018 – TYR Sport is proud to announce the signing of Olympic Gold Medalist, World Championship Medalist and American Record Holder Jack Conger to its roster of sponsored athletes. As a true utility swimmer, Jack Conger has proven his ability to successfully race in the back, butterfly and freestyle strokes. In addition to a decorated collegiate career that includes multiple All American accolades, an individual NCAA championship and the setting of an NCAA and American record, Conger has taken his talents to the international stage. In his first Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Jack won a gold medal for his heat swim in the 800m freestyle relay. Earlier this year Conger earned second and third place respectively for his swims in the 100m and 200m butterfly events at Phillips 66 U.S. Nationals, solidifying his place on the United States Pan Pacific Championship Team. In Tokyo, Conger brought home a silver medal in the 200m butterfly. “Joining TYR fulfills my lifelong dream of becoming a professional swimmer,” said Conger. “Our pro team and our suits are the strongest in the world. I am honored to be on team TYR and fired up for the 2019 World Championship season.” “We’re proud to welcome Jack Conger to the TYR family,” began Matt DiLorenzo, Chief Executive Officer of TYR Sport. “While he has already proven to be an enormous talent, we’re confident Jack has just begun to show the world what he can do.” Since its inception three decades ago, TYR Sport has grown to exist as one of the world’s most recognizable swimming and triathlon brands. Founded in Huntington Beach, California, the American company has garnered industry success for major technologies including the celebrated Avictor technical suit. Today, TYR has become synonymous with the most groundbreaking athletes in swimming and continues to be the choice of champions.   As a member of team TYR, Jack will join sponsored swimmers including Olympic Medalists Katie Ledecky, Ryan Lochte, Simone Manuel, Dana Vollmer, Matt Grevers, Cody Miller, Leah Smith, Lia Neal, Tom Shields and Kelsi Dahlia, as well as Olympians Jacob Pebley and Molly Hannis. About  TYR 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.
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TYR Sport is Proud to Announce the Launch of Its Most Anticipated Technical Suit: The TYR Venzo

TYR_Venzo_BattleBorn Laguna Beach, CA —October 3, 2018 —TYR Sport is proud to announce the launch of its most anticipated technical suit: The TYR Venzo. Unveiled today in Laguna Beach, CA, Olympic athletes and history making champions including Katie Ledecky, Ryan Lochte, Simone Manuel and Matt Grevers hit the stage to showcase the Venzo in front of the industry’s most prominent names and tastemakers. Working in conjunction with the TYR design team, Olympic athletes played an integral role in the production of this state-of-the-art technical suit. In addition, TYR is proud to note that the Venzo is manufactured in the U.S.A of imported goods, adding to the long list of attributes that set it apart from its competitors. As the first and only technical suit in the industry to analyze drag from a microscopic perspective, the Venzo utilizes ultra smooth fiber to thread a frictionless, durable fabric. Designed with state-of-the-art Surface Lift Technology, the suit prevents water from permeating its fabric, resulting in higher body position in the water. In addition, a patent pending taping and inner textile design known as the suit’s Endo Compression Cage provides a shield of support for the abdominals, obliques and quadriceps. This cage not only creates a snapback effect in the water but also helps to increase distance per stroke. Working in tandem with this technology is the Venzo’s Seamless Exo Shell, a sleek construction geared toward streamlining body position. The most important thing for us as a brand is to help athletes achieve their goals. So it’s critical for us to work with them on what they need leading into Tokyo,” began TYR Sport Chief Executive Officer Matt DiLorenzo. “This process has been all about pushing the limits in accordance with regulations and bringing that to market. Our suit is the apex, and the numbers prove it.” Sharing in the sentiment, 6x Olympic medalist and one of TYR’s longest sponsored athletes Matt Grevers remarked, “Having been a part of the development of TYR tech suits for over 10 years, I can confidently say this is the best combination of compression and comfort. The Venzo was a collaborative effort with constant feedback from TYR athletes, and although it can be difficult to appease the preferences of every swimmer, I believe the design team listened to all of us to came up with best suit on the planet.” Similarly, 12x Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte said, “Since I signed with TYR, I’ve been back and forth to their offices to test the Venzo at every stage of development. When it was complete, I literally felt like a superhero moving through the water. This suit will break world records, it’s that fast.” "I have never worn a suit that makes me feel more prepared, confident, and comfortable in the water,” revealed 6x Olympic Medalist Katie Ledecky. “TYR has really taken things to the next level with the Venzo in terms of the suit's durability, compression impact, and the smoothness and stability it provides in the water.” The TYR Venzo will be available for pre-order in November of 2018. For more information, please visit https://tyr.com/shop/venzo. About TYR 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.
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TYR Sport Signs 4x Olympic Medalist, 9x World Championship Medalist & World & American Record Holder Simone Manuel

Press Release Irvine, CA – July 24, 2018 – TYR Sport is proud to announce the signing of 4x Olympic Medalist, 9x World Championship Medalist & World & American Record Holder Simone Manuel. “My identity as a citizen, a Black Woman, an athlete and as a creative who wants to use her platform to effect positive change is multi-faceted, and a partnership with TYR represents all of those elements,” stated Simone. “Both TYR and I share a passion for winning and a common vision for growing the sport of swimming by connecting with people and encouraging them to dream beyond traditional assumptions. I am so thrilled to partner with them.” “Simone Manuel is a force to be reckoned with, both in and out of the water,” began Matt DiLorenzo, Chief Executive Officer of TYR Sport. “Watching her become one of the world’s most groundbreaking names in the sport of swimming has been nothing short of inspiring. As a brand, we could not be more proud to welcome Simone to our growing family of TYR sponsored athletes. We are confident that in working together we will create products that not only take performance to the next level, but ultimately continue to change the course of history.” At just twenty years old sprint specialist Simone Manuel turned heads at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she earned gold medals in both the 100m freestyle and the 4x100m medley. Her impressive finish in the 100m solidified Simone as the first African-American woman to win an individual Olympic gold in swimming. During this performance she also set a new Olympic and American record. In addition, Simone won two silver medals for her swims in both the 50m freestyle and the 4x100m freestyle relay. As a former Stanford University athlete she holds three world records for her relay team participation and is a six-time individual NCAA Champion. Simone’s partnership with TYR marks the first time an inclusion rider has been integrated into an athlete sponsorship agreement. Through this stipulation Simone ensures that her partners extend meaningful opportunities to traditionally underrepresented groups and that diversity be reflected in the creative efforts she pursues with the brand. TYR believes in the importance of diversity in the workplace and is proud to support Simone in her efforts to champion inclusion as both a best practice in business and a central tenet of her identity as a professional athlete. Since its inception three decades ago, TYR Sport has grown to exist as one of the world’s most recognizable swimming and triathlon brands. Founded in Huntington Beach, California, the American company has garnered industry success for major technologies including the celebrated Avictor technical suit. Today, TYR has become synonymous with the most groundbreaking athletes in swimming and continues to be the choice of champions.   As a member of team TYR, Simone will join sponsored swimmers including Olympic Medalists Katie Ledecky, Ryan Lochte, Dana Vollmer, Matt Grevers, Cody Miller, Leah Smith, Lia Neal, Tom Shields and Kelsi Dahlia, as well as Olympians Jacob Pebley and Molly Hannis. About  TYR 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.
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TYR Sport Signs 5x Olympic Gold Medalist and 14x World Champion Katie Ledecky

TYR.com_PressRelease_preview Santa Clara, CA – June 8, 2018 – TYR Sport is proud to announce the signing of 5x Olympic Gold Medalist and 14x World Champion Katie Ledecky to its roster of sponsored athletes. “I am excited to partner with TYR as I take this important step in my career,” said Ledecky. “We share a vision of growing the sport for current and future generations of swimmers, and we will build towards that goal together. I appreciate TYR’s investment in me, and their commitment to technology that is critical to my ongoing quest to swim faster.” “As a leading global brand in the swim industry, we take great pride in our partnerships,” began Matt DiLorenzo, Chief Executive Officer of TYR Sport. “In having had the opportunity to watch Katie grow as an athlete, we could not be more impressed by her determination and humility both in and out of the water. We are confident that in working together we will create products that not only take performance to the next level, but ultimately change the course of history.” As one of the most iconic names in swimming, Ledecky has redefined the boundaries of her sport. At just 21 years old, she has been named “World Swimmer of the Year” four times and has broken 14 world records. With show-stopping appearances in the last two Olympic Games, she has earned a total of six Olympic medals, including five golds for her swims in the 200m, 400m, 800m, and 4x200m freestyle. Katie currently holds 26 medals in major international competitions, including 24 first-place finishes. In addition, she has earned 14 long course world championship titles, already the most of any female swimmer to date. While Katie has been regularly referred to as the greatest female swimmer in history, her success extends far beyond the pool. In addition to being an Academic All-American psychology major at Stanford University, the two-time Olympian works with a number of charities, including Children’s Hospital, Catholic Charities, Shepherd’s Table and Bikes for the World. Since its inception three decades ago, TYR has grown to exist as one of the world’s most recognizable swimming and triathlon brands. Founded in Huntington Beach, California, the American company has garnered industry success for major technologies including the celebrated Avictor technical suit. Katie’s agreement with TYR represents the most lucrative partnership in the history of the swim industry. As a member of team TYR she will join sponsored swimmers including Olympic Medalists Ryan Lochte, Dana Vollmer, Matt Grevers, Cody Miller, Leah Smith, Lia Neal, Tom Shields and Kelsi Dahlia, as well as Olympians Jacob Pebley and Molly Hannis. About TYR 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.
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Part-Time Product Tester / Analyst

TYR Sport’s Product Tester/ Analyst will represent the voice of the athlete by informing and inspiring TYR’s product creation team throughout the life cycle of product development. In addition to using, testing and reporting on product viability, the Product Tester / Analyst will build relationships with athletes to gain further product insight.

This position is based out of our Long Island office in Farmingdale, NY.

Job Description and Functions:

• Manage the evaluation of fit, function, and durability for all TYR product categories.
• Test TYR products by swimming with, and performing any other relevant athletic activities, while using the product.
• As a result of testing, provide feedback for all product components.
• Test and use competitor products and provide feedback as it relates to TYR product development.
• Plan and execute dynamic and long-term product tests tailored to meet specific criteria.
• Share athlete insights and feedback with product teams to influence and inform the design/development direction.
• Work directly with design and development teams to identify which product elements work well and which elements do not work well.
• Provide reliable recommendations to design, marketing, and development teams.
• Analyze quantitative and qualitative data throughout individual tests and program timelines.
• Research with project teams, outside of testing, to help educate on current marketplace and athlete trends.

Requirements/ Qualifications:

• Female professional swimmer – Collegiate level or higher – Swimsuit size 26-30.
• Consistently maintain the aesthetics of a professional, competitive female swimmer, including body measurements and proportions, according to company standards.
• Ability to define and track product standards for multiple product lines.
• Ability to record and analyze data and make recommendations based on findings.
• Ability to foster new relationships and research opportunities to find new testing resources.
• Excellent listening, written and spoken communication skills.
• High attention to detail and accuracy.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.
• Regularly participates in swim competitions
• Bachelor’s Degree
• Part-time schedule will be within company business hours (M-F, 8:30a – 5:30p)

Qualified applicants:  Please apply with your resume, a cover letter, which will exhibit your excellent communication skills, along with your desired pay rate to [email protected].  Please reference Job ID PTweb.

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TYR Sport Extends Role as the Official Sponsor for Triangle Aquatic Center and the Triangle Aquatic Club TITANS Exclusive Team Supplier

TAC_PressRelease Seal Beach, CA—June 4, 2018— TYR Sport is proud to extend its role as the official sponsor for Triangle Aquatic Center and the Triangle Aquatic Club TITANS exclusive team supplier through 2022. With a mission to prepare swimmers for performance and leadership in and out of the water, the Triangle Aquatic Center (TAC) is nationally recognized for providing athletes with exceptional instruction at every skill and commitment level. In addition to a state-of-the-art facility, TAC is also home to high-performance-focused opportunities for swimmers who desire to race and succeed at the highest levels of competition. Servicing upwards of 700 athletes including team TYR’s own 2x World Champion Ashley Twichell, the Triangle Aquatic Club TITANS are one of the largest and highest performing teams in the Southeast.   Today, the Aquatic Center hosts nearly seventy high school, club and summer league meets per year. Plus, with an expansion slated for the near future, the space will also soon be home to a 12,000 square foot dry-land fitness center, as well a new 50-meter outdoor pool. “TYR Sport is proud to continue our sponsorship of Triangle Aquatic Center and the TITANS,” began Team Management Director Steve Furniss. “Under Coach Bruce Marchionda’s leadership, the TAC staff has built an elite team, and we are confident that the Center’s expansion plans will only serve to further support TAC as one of the region’s premier event facilities and teams.” “I too am extremely excited to continue our relationship with TYR,” agreed TITANS’ Head Coach Bruce Marchionda. “TYR has been an integral part of our program’s success, and I look forward to representing them in a first-class manner. After all, the products we receive from TYR are always the best on the market.”  About TYR 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. About the TITANS The TITANS team strives to develop each athlete to their greatest individual potential. The TITANS coaching staff works to teach, train and motivate swimmers to achieve at their peak in the water, in the classroom and in life. The positive experience that swimming provides will allow each TITAN to become successful young adults in today's society, developing a confident self-image and healthy habits which are of the utmost importance. The TITANS program instills an underlying understanding and appreciation for goal setting and achievement, self-motivation, team spirit, camaraderie, cooperation, time management and mental and physical toughness.
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TYR Sport Celebrates Midway Point TYR Next Gen Team Honorees

TYR_ProSeries_NextGenMid Seal Beach, CA—May 15, 2018— TYR Sport is proud to join USA Swimming in recognizing the TYR Next Gen honorees from the Austin, Atlanta and Mesa stops at the midway point of the 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series. With three of the six highly anticipated events of the TYR Pro Swim Series concluded, a number of 18-and-under swimmers are being acknowledged for their success. The top performing athletes in each Olympic event are not only being recognized as honorees for their designated race location- Austin, Atlanta, Mesa, etc., but are also being named on usaswimming.org and will receive a special DeckPass Patch. After the final stop of the TYR Pro Swim Series, USA Swimming will consider all the finishes from across the series to determine the top 18-and-under male and female performers in each event for the full series.  These individuals will be named to the 2018 TYR Next Gen Team. The inaugural TYR Next Gen Team will be announced at the 2018 Phillips 66 National Championships during an on-deck ceremony prior to a finals session and will be recognized on usaswimming.org. TYR Next Gen – Austin Women’s 50m Free: Grace Ariola (Waves Bloomington), 25.89 Men’s 50m Free: Michael Andrew (Race Pace Club), 22.09 Women’s 100m Free: Julia Cook (Aggie Swim Club), 55.88 Men’s 100m Free: Daniel Krueger (McFarland Spartan Sharks), 49.77 Women’s 200m Free: Mary Smutny (AquaKids Sharks), 2:02.22 Men’s 200m Free: Trey Freeman (Baylor Swim Club), 1:50.15 Women’s 400m Free: Kaitlynn Sims (Magnolia Aquatic Club), 4:15.89 Men’s 400m Free: Trey Freeman (Baylor Swim Club), 3:57.25 Women’s 800m Free: Kaitlynn Sims (Magnolia Aquatic Club), 8:53.57 Men’s 800m Free: Michael Brinegar (Mission Viejo Nadadores), 8:02.95 Women’s 1500m Free: Hayley Pike (Razorback Aquatic Club Aquahawgs), 17:34.33 Men’s 1500m Free: T.C. Smith (Louisville), 15:48.35 Women’s 100m Back: Regan Smith (Riptide), 59.38 Men’s 100m Back: Shaine Casas (Nitro Swimming), 55.68 Women’s 200m Back: Regan Smith (Riptide), 2:08.64 Men’s 200m Back: Carson Foster (Mason Manta Rays), 2:00.73 Women’s 100m Breast: Zoie Hartman (Crow Canyon Country Club Sharks), 1:10.06 Men’s 100m Breast: Michael Andrew (Race Pace Club), 1:02.12 Women’s 200m Breast: Morgan Friesen (Louisville), 2:31.68 Men’s 200m Breast: Reece Whitley (Penn Charter Aquatic Club), 2:13.92 Women’s 100m Fly: Regan Smith (Riptide), 59.20 Men’s 100m Fly: Michael Andrew (Race Pace Club), 54.30 Women’s 200m Fly: Regan Smith (Riptide), 2:12.10 Men’s 200m Fly: Nicholas Albiero (Louisville), 2:00.10 Women’s 200m IM: Evie Pfeifer (Texas), 2:14.88 Men’s 200m IM: Carson Foster (Mason Manta Rays), 2:01.46 Women’s 400m IM: Evie Pfeifer (Texas), 4:48.77 Men’s 400m IM: Jake Foster (Mason Manta Rays), 4:23.72 TYR Next Gen – Atlanta Women’s 50m Free: Olivia Carter (Enfinity Aquatics), 26.22 Men’s 50m Free: Michael Andrew (Race Pace Club), 21.93 Women’s 100m Free: Lucie Nordmann (Magnolia Aquatic Club), 56.89 Men’s 100m Free: Dare Rose (Scarlet Aquatics), 50.89 Women’s 200m Free: Nicole Oliva (Santa Clara Swim Club), 2:02.28 Men’s 200m Free: Trey Freeman (Baylor Swim Club), 1:49.41 Women’s 400m Free: Kaitlynn Sims (Magnolia Aquatic Club), 4:17.25 Men’s 400m Free: Trey Freeman (Baylor Swim Club), 3:52.25 Women’s 800m Free: Mariah Denigan (Northern Kentucky Clippers), 8:39.84 Men’s 800m Free: Andrew Abruzzo (Plymouth Whitemarsh Aquatics), 7:54.51 Women’s 1500m Free: Erica Sullivan (Sandpipers of Nevada), 16:38.40 Men’s 1500m Free: Andrew Abruzzo (Plymouth Whitemarsh Aquatics), 15:13.79 Women’s 100m Back: Lucie Nordmann (Magnolia Aquatic Club), 1:01.61 Men’s 100m Back: Bradley Dunham (SwimAtlanta), 56.44 Women’s 200m Back: Sinclair Lawson (SwimMAC Carolina), 2:12.60 Men’s 200m Back: Bradley Dunham (SwimAtlanta), 2:02.51 Women’s 100m Breast: Taylor Steele (Coastal Aquatic Club), 1:12.53 Men’s 100m Breast: Michael Andrew (Race Pace Club), 1:00.07 Women’s 200m Breast: Emme Nelson (SwimMAC Carolina), 2:34.23 Men’s 200m Breast: Andrew Winton (SwimAtlanta), 2:21.19 Women’s 100m Fly: Olivia Carter (Enfinity Aquatics), 59.79 Men’s 100m Fly: Michael Andrew (Race Pace Club), 52.57 Women’s 200m Fly: Olivia Carter (Enfinity Aquatics), 2:11.97 Men’s 200m Fly: Dare Rose (Scarlet Aquatics), 1:59.78 Women’s 200m IM: Olivia Carter (Enfinity Aquatics), 2:19.18 Men’s 200m IM: Michael Andrew (Race Pace Club), 2:00.61 Women’s 400m IM: Mariah Denigan (Northern Kentucky Clippers), 4:45.41 Men’s 400m IM: Andrew Abruzzo (Plymouth Whitemarsh Aquatics), 4:22.19 TYR Next Gen – Mesa Women’s 50m Freestyle: Amalie Fackenthal (DART), 26.46 Men’s 50m Freestyle: Michael Andrew (Race Pace Club), 22.25 Women’s 100m Freestyle: Amalie Fackenthal (DART), 56.52 Men’s 100m Freestyle: Patrick Callan (Trident Aquatics Club), 51.55 Women’s 200m Freestyle: Olivia Carter (Enfinity Aquatic Club), 2:03.81 Men’s 200m Freestyle: Patrick Callan (Trident Aquatics Club), 1:49.85 Women’s 400m Freestyle: Olivia Carter (Enfinity Aquatic Club), 4:21.26 Men’s 400m Freestyle: Robert Finke (Saint Petersburg Aquatics), 3:58.66 Women’s 800m Freestyle: Juli Arzave (South Bay Aquatics), 9:04.60 Men’s 800m Freestyle: Robert Finke (Saint Petersburg Aquatics), 8:07.53 Women’s 1500m Freestyle: Juli Arzave (South Bay Aquatics), 17:28.08 Men’s 1500m Freestyle: Robert Finke (Saint Petersburg Aquatics), 15:44.22 Women’s 100m Backstroke: Katharine Berkoff (Missoula Aquatic Club), 1:01.69 Men’s 100m Backstroke: Nicolas Albiero (University of Louisville), 56:07 Women’s 200m Backstroke: Katharine Berkoff (Missoula Aquatic Club), 2:13.22 Men’s 200m Backstroke: Nicolas Albiero (University of Louisville), 2:04.23 Women’s 100m Breaststroke: Zoe Bartel (Fort Collins Area Swim Team), 1:09.44 Men’s 100m Breaststroke: Michael Andrew (Race Pace Club), 1:00.16 Women’s 200m Breaststroke: Zoe Bartel (Fort Collins Area Swim Team), 2:31.55 Men’s 200m Breaststroke: AJ Pouch (Team Rebel Aquatics), 2:14.96 Women’s 100m Butterfly: Ruby Martin (Eastern Iowa Swim Federation), 1:01.18 Men’s 100m Butterfly: Michael Andrew (Race Pace Club), 52.93 Women’s 200m Butterfly: Ruby Martin (Eastern Iowa Swim Federation), 2:12.74 Men’s 200m Butterfly: Sterling Crane (Episcopal AmberJax), 2:07.01 Women’s 200m IM: Callie Dickinson (Tide Swimming), 2:22.10 Men’s 200m IM: Gianluca Urlando (DART), 2:05.35 Women’s 400m IM: Samantha Tadder (Tide Swimming), 4:58.35 Men’s 400m IM: Tama Tuitama (Team Rebel Aquatics), 4:34.73 About TYR 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. About USA Swimming As the National Governing Body for the sport of swimming in the United States, USA Swimming is a 400,000-member service organization that promotes the culture of swimming by creating opportunities for swimmers and coaches of all backgrounds to participate and advance in the sport through clubs, events and education. Our membership is comprised of swimmers from the age group level to the Olympic Team, as well as coaches and volunteers. USA Swimming is responsible for selecting and training teams for international competition including the Olympic Games, and strives to serve the sport through its core objectives: Build the base, Promote the sport, Achieve competitive success. For more information, visit www.usaswimming.org.
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TYR SPORT RE-SIGNS 9x IRONMAN 70.3 CHAMPION JOSH AMBERGER

TYR_Triathletes_JoshAmberger Seal Beach, CA- April 3, 2018- TYR Sport is proud to announce the re-signing of 9x IRONMAN 70.3 Champion Josh Amberger to its roster of sponsored athletes. Having leapt into the world of professional triathlons at just 18 years of age, Josh Amberger certainly knows a thing or two about hard work. Winning his first IRONMAN 70.3 in Singapore after having only raced the distance once prior, he has since taken home nine 70.3 wins and earned well over a dozen podium finishes. With growing success in races all over the globe, Josh is recognized within the sport for both his impressive swim and equally top-notch cycling. Most recently, the Australian sensation won first out of water in the men’s professional division of the 2017 IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. "Whether I'm treading water in Kailua Bay or diving off the Hornblower in the cold waters of San Francisco Bay, I rely on TYR to give me the biggest advantage on my competition from the gun,” began Amberger. “TYR is a leader in innovation & quality, and I trust them to work as hard as I do.” “It is clear by his performance record that Josh Amberger is a talent on the rise,” began Matt DiLorenzo Chief Executive Officer of TYR Sport. “As a brand we are proud to support his current accomplishments, and we look forward to seeing Josh continue to dominate in the years to come.”   About TYR 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.
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