SW Presents: Tweets & Grams of the Week, July 9 – July 15

Photo Courtesy: Caroline Kosciusko

We have gathered the top swimming-related Tweets & Grams for the week of July 9-July 15, 2017!

1. Dino King

Dino plays piano🐲🎹🎼

A post shared by Lilly King (@_king_lil) on

2. Steele Johnson

3. Cody Miller & Lilly King

4. Michael Chadwick, Caeleb Dressel & Pace Clark

5. Michael Phelps & Gold Slime

So honored to receive this award! Thanks @nickelodeon for such a fun night!!! #slime @gettyentertainment @gettysport

A post shared by Michael Phelps (@m_phelps00) on

6. Simone Manuel

After bread, a plate of pasta, and a whole pizza, I’m starting to think that a crop top was a bad idea.

A post shared by Simone Manuel (@swimone13) on

7. Katie Meili

Good morning from beautiful Croatia! πŸ’™

A post shared by Katie Meili (@katiemeili) on

8. David Heron

10th in the world in the 5k πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

A post shared by David Heron (@_davidheron_) on

9. Leah Smith, Kelsi Worrell, Matt Grevers, Michael Chadwick & Team TYR

Sorry @jacob.pebley 😬 #TeamTYR @mgrevers @michaelchadwick95 @kelsiwhirl

A post shared by Leah Smith (@leahsmith19) on

10. Kelsi Worrell’s Birthday Crew

11. Olivia Smoliga, Lia Neal & Simone Manuel

Training camp this week: issa vibe

A post shared by Olivia Smoliga (@osmoliga) on

12. Kelsi Worrell

13. Becca Mann

14. Pace Clark

Honored to meet all the Croatians that came out today

A post shared by Pace Clark (@paceclark) on

15. Lia Neal & Team Stanford

Here we go! ❀️ #ilooooovemyfriends

A post shared by lia m. neal (@lia_neal) on

Posts compiled by Jake Renie, Swimming World College Intern.

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Diana Pimer was a breaststroke/IMer at Keene State College and is the NEISDA Conference record holder in the 200 IM. She is the assistant swim coach and assistant strength and conditioning coach at Keene State, as well as KSC's head site coach for Greenwood Swimming. Pimer also helped coach 2016 Paralympic bronze medalist Robert Griswold.

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