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Kelsi Worrel

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Molly Hannis

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Margo Geer

Growing up in the pool, Margo Geer began her swimming career at the tender age of four. At the 2012 Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska, she finished seventh in the 50m free and 12th in 100m free. Eventually finding her way to the University of Arizona, the All-American recipient won both the 50y and 100y free at 2013 NCAA Championship before earning another first place finish in the 100y free and third in the 50y free in 2014. Since that time she has gone on to swim in some of the sport’s most competitive races.Recently bringing home three medals at the 2015 FINA World Championships, Geer helped the U.S. to earn bronze in the 400m free relay, silver in the 400m mixed medley relay and gold in the 400m mixed free relay.
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Cody Miller

Cody began swimming at the age of eight after being diagnosed with a medical condition known as Pectus Excavatum. As a child he set national age group records while swimming for the Sandpipers of Nevada swim club, before eventually making his way to Indiana University. Today, Cody is a world-class breaststroke specialist and has swam in some of the sport’s most competitive international races. Most notably, he contributed to Team USA’s gold medal winning effort in the 400m medley relay at the 2015 World Championships in Kazan. He also had a recent breakout performance at the 2015 Mutual of Omaha Duel in The Pool where he clinched two short course American records within just two nights. The breaststroke phenom stunned his hometown crowd winning both the 100m and 200m breaststroke. Cody earned a spot in his first World Championships with an impressive win in the 100m breaststroke at the 2014 Phillips 66 Nationals. This performance also helped him to clinch a place on the 2014 Pan Pacs roster. He then went on to earn two relay medals at the 2014 FINA Short Course World Championships in Doha, Qatar.
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Dana Vollmer

At just twelve years old Dana Vollmer began her quest for Olympic success as the youngest swimmer to compete in the 2000 Olympic trials. In 2004, her dream became a reality when she earned her first Olympic gold medal as a member of the 4x200m free relay in Athens. Making history, Dana and her teammates swam fast enough to break the seventeen-year-old world record. In 2012 she was at it again, this time winning three gold medals and setting two world records at the London Olympic Games. It was here that she became the first woman to ever swim the 100m butterfly in under 56 seconds. Just five months after giving birth to her son, Arlen, Dana returned to the pool, placing fourth in the 100m fly at the 2015 Phillips 66 National Championships. Most recently, she then went on to take home gold in the 100m butterfly at the 2015 AT&T Winter Nationals.
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Michael McBroom

World Championship Silver Medalist Michael McBroom specializes in long distance freestyle events. At the 2014 U.S. National Championships, he captured first place in both the men’s 400m and 800m free, and he finished second in the men’s 1500m free. The 6’2” athlete went on to compete at the 2014 Pan Pacific Championships where he collected three top-8 finishes in the aforementioned events and punched his ticket to the 2015 FINA World Championships. Back at 2013 Worlds, McBroom won silver in the 800m freestyle and shattered the American record with a time of 7:43.60. McBroom finished third place overall in the 2013-14 USA Swimming Grand Prix Series. He also competed as a member of Team USA at the 2013 Duel in the Pool competition, where he won the 800m freestyle with a time of 7:33.99, slashing the previous American record by nearly six seconds.
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Megan Romano

World Champion Megan Romano has proven to be one of Team USA’s most powerful relay forces in international competitions. At the 2013 FINA World Championships in Barcelona, Romano anchored the women’s 400m freestyle relay, earning a gold medal and shattering the previous American record. She then went on to secure another first place for her participation in the 400m medley relay. In 2013 Romano snagged an impressive six medals at the World University Games in Kazan, Russia. She anchored all three relays for Team USA, helping them earn a gold medal in the 4 x 200 free relay, silver in the 4 x 100 free relay and bronze in the 4 x 100 medley relay. She also swam in four individual events, winning silver in the 100m back and two bronze medals in the 50 and 100 free. In 2014, Romano finished third overall at the USA Swimming Grand Prix Series.
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Jimmy Feigen

Jimmy Feigen burst onto the international scene as a member of the U.S. team at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. The freshly minted college graduate competed in the 4 x 100m freestyle relay with teammate, Matt Grevers. Together the athletes earned a silver medal for their performance, placing just behind France. Once an Olympic medalist, Feigen went on to swim at the 2013 FINA World Championships in Barcelona. Again, he competed in the 4 x 100m freestyle relay, propelling the U.S. team to the podium with a second place finish. Feigen also competed in the 100m freestyle World final, where he earned an individual silver medal and personal best time in the event. Prior to the Olympics, Feigen swam for the University of Texas at Austin, where he earned seventeen All-American honors and won NCAA championships in the 50, 100 and 400y freestyle events.
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Lauren Perdue

University of Virginia superstar Lauren Perdue turned heads at the 2012 U.S. Olympic trials after earning an impressive fourth place finish in the 200m freestyle. Securing a spot on the relay team, Perdue went on to help lead the United States to gold in the preliminary heats of the 4 x 200m free. Prior to the Olympic Games in London, Lauren won an incredible nineteen Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) championships, received sixteen NCAA All-American honors, was named “ACC Swimmer of the Year” in 2010 and 2011 and earned “ACC Swimmer of the Championships” in 2010, 2011 and 2013. Despite her hugely successful career, Perdue struggled with chronic back and elbow injuries. As a result, she announced her official retirement from the sport of competitive swimming in 2014. Today, she remains a TYR brand ambassador.
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