11 Best Female Swimmer

Updated on: December 2020

Best Female Swimmer in 2020


Corinna-Maria 925 Sterling Silver Female Swimmer Charm

Corinna-Maria 925 Sterling Silver Female Swimmer Charm
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Cybrtrayd S014 Sports Chocolate Candy Mold, Female Swimmer

Cybrtrayd S014 Sports Chocolate Candy Mold, Female Swimmer
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Packed in sealed, protective poly bag with exclusive, copyrighted Cybrtrayd molding instructions
  • Cavity Capacity in oz: 1.6, Cavity dimensions in inches: 6 3/4 X 1 3/8 x 3/8deep
  • Uses: Chocolate, soap, plaster
  • Made in USA from FDA-approved PETG Plastic
  • To package your candy, please use Cybrtrayd's Packaging Kit (ASIN#B00D0GJLKQ)
  • Tray Size: 10 1/4 inches - 8inches

2XU Women's Swimmers Compression Long Sleeve Top (Black/Black, X-Small)

2XU Women's Swimmers Compression Long Sleeve Top (Black/Black, X-Small)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Supports and protects shoulders, deltoids, back and core muscle groups
  • Muscle Containment for reduced vibration and oscillation, less muscle fatigue and damage
  • Graduated compression fit for increased circulation and faster recovery with a powermesh chest and back panels for breathability and flexibility
  • Certified 105 Denier Invista LYCRA Compression with a 360 degree fabric knit construction for a consistent yet powerful pressure
  • Lightweight and breathable fabric with SPF 50+ sun protection for all day comfort

Lego Series 7 Swimming Champion Mini Figure

Lego Series 7 Swimming Champion Mini Figure
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Array

CharmLeaks Women Swimmers Bathing Suit 1 Piece Chlorine Resistant Swimsuit S Red

CharmLeaks Women Swimmers Bathing Suit 1 Piece Chlorine Resistant Swimsuit S Red
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Built with sewn-in soft bra and elastic chest band for totally wirefree
  • Designed with chlorine resistant and stretchy fabric for endurable and quick drying
  • Racer back and splicing wide shoulder straps feature larger range of movement
  • Athletic medium cut leg one piece swimsuit,perfect for women,teens and junior
  • Front lined ensures modest coverage and sun-protection for outdoor water activities

Speedo Women's One Piece Swimsuit Solid Flyback Endurance+ Adult, Navy/Red, 38

Speedo Women's One Piece Swimsuit Solid Flyback Endurance+ Adult, Navy/Red, 38
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • LONG-LASTING: Endurance+ fabric lasts 20x longer than ordinary swimwear so you can purchase confidently
  • 4-WAY STRETCH: Move comfortably and freely with 4-way stretch technology
  • QUICK-DRYING: Low-moisture absorption for fast comfort right out of the water
  • ANTI-PILLING: Durable fabric prevents pilling and loose threads
  • FLYBACK: Provides excellent support and freedom of motion with thin straps and extra durable overlap strap binding

ALove Women's Sports Swimsuit Athletic One Piece Swimwear Bathing Suit Small Black

ALove Women's Sports Swimsuit Athletic One Piece Swimwear Bathing Suit Small Black
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • No padding, Double layered and fully lined sports swimsuit
  • Medium neckline, Moderate cut leg training swimwear for women
  • Thin and streamlined straps with wide open keyhole for freedom of motion
  • Durable and Chlorine-resistant fabric helps retain shape and prevents fading
  • Professional athletic swimsuit is ideal for fitness and regular training

Innovative Fabricators, Inc. Female Swimmer 3X5 Horizontal Picture Frame

Innovative Fabricators, Inc. Female Swimmer 3X5 Horizontal Picture Frame
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Laser cut from 18 gauge steel
  • Free standing - does not hang - glassless
  • Holds one 3-1/2" x 5" horizontal (landscape) photo
  • Black wrinkle powder coat
  • Made in the USA

I Know I Swim Like A Girl Try To Keep Up Female Swimmer T-Shirt

I Know I Swim Like A Girl Try To Keep Up Female Swimmer T-Shirt
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Funny swimming lover apparel for women or girls. Great gift for female friend who attends summing lessons, for sister, daughter, granddaughter, teen girl who love swimming.
  • Lightweight, Classic fit, Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem

CharmLeaks Women Swimmer Athletic One Piece Bathing Suit Racing Swimsuit XXL Light Blue

CharmLeaks Women Swimmer Athletic One Piece Bathing Suit Racing Swimsuit XXL Light Blue
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Racerback with open keyhole for body bugging fit and stay-put performance
  • Chlorine-resistant fabric helps retain shape, prevent fading and protect from UV rays
  • Built-in wirefree and non-removable padded bra for slightly support and shaping
  • Pro athletic swimsuit with contrast stripe splicing, creates a sporty and slimming effect
  • Stretchy and quick-drying swimsuit with wide shoulder straps, modest and comfortable to wear

CharmLeaks Women Swimmers Bathing Suit Sport Swimsuit Lap Swimwear XXL Green

CharmLeaks Women Swimmers Bathing Suit Sport Swimsuit Lap Swimwear XXL Green
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Built with sewn-in soft bra and elastic chest band for totally wirefree
  • Designed with chlorine resistant and stretchy fabric for endurable and quick drying
  • Racer back and splicing wide shoulder straps feature larger range of movement
  • Athletic medium cut leg one piece swimsuit,perfect for women,teens and junior
  • Front lined ensures modest coverage and sun-protection for outdoor water activities

Janet Evans: An Improbable Return to the Olympic Swimming Trials

A former Olympic medalist, 40 year old Janet Evans hadn’t swum in the Olympics since she was 24. Following a surprising comeback, she was at the 2020 Trials ready to compete against the country’s elite swimmers.

It's in the books. Another edition of the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials has concluded and the London Olympics loom. The 2020 Trials brought quite a splash of intrigue, as some of the best and most decorated swimmers in the world congregated in Omaha, Nebraska to battle it out in the pool for a place on this year's American Olympic squad. The event featured incredible matchups, including the continuation of the rivalry between Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte. Races went down to the wire, often decided by mere hundredths of a second. There were familiar faces vying for a spot on the team, like eleven-time Olympic medalist Natalie Coughlin, along with a fresh wave of talent led by seventeen-year old phenom Missy Franklin. One of the more remarkable stories of the trials actually involves a swimmer who didn't even qualify for London. Nonetheless, her story is a true inspiration. It's a story of perseverance, the story of Janet Evans.


At forty years old, Evans is well above the average age of an Olympian. That didn't stop her from attempting to defy the odds. Two years ago, when she was 38, an age when athletes are typically mulling retirement if they haven't already brought a halt to their career, Evans was just getting started. Well, kind of. She was aiming to revive her outstanding past in swimming, a sport she had once been at the pinnacle of, winning multiple Olympic medals. Her success started back in 1988, when the then seventeen-year old collected three gold medals at the Seoul Olympics. What makes Evans' comeback effort particularly fascinating is that she hadn't been to the Olympics since the last time the Summer Games were held on U.S. soil, which was 1996 in Atlanta. This wasn't a Brett Favre scenario, where a change of heart following a brief retirement promptly leads to a return to the sport. Not even close. It had been fifteen years since Evans had announced that she was stepping away from competitive swimming.


Over the years, there have been some extraordinary accounts of comebacks in the athletic world. Cyclist Lance Armstrong defeated cancer before hopping back on his bike and winning the Tour de France seven consecutive times. Michael Jordan famously retired from basketball and gave professional baseball a shot, only to return to the NBA and lead the Chicago Bulls to a trio of championships for the second time in his career. Muhammad Ali overcame a more than three year suspension from boxing to reclaim the world heavyweight title. In its own right, Evans' determination to return to the world stage of swimming is impressive. It's a sport that's dominated by younger athletes, and no matter what the competition, fifteen years is a long time to be away from a sport that demands such hard work and dedication to be successful. Evans is also married with two kids and has a career as a motivational speaker. As admirable as her commitment to give swimming another chance is, the question remains, why did she want to make a comeback in the first place?


The 2020 Trials didn't turn out as well as Evans had envisioned. She failed to advance beyond the preliminary rounds in both events she swum, a far cry from her performances in the pool prior to the turn of the century. An Olympic berth would have made for a better headline, but the disappointing result was not a failure for Evans. Rather, it was the end of an incredible journey. Evans' comments following her final race provided a glimpse into her perspective on the comeback. "I wish I had swum faster, but I think I will be totally grateful. Grateful for the fact that I was able to do it and my body held up…instead of sitting on my couch wondering, 'What if?'" Evans won't get a medal this time around, but she should be applauded for having the willingness and courage to chase after her dream, as crazy as it may have seemed to some people. The final chapter of Evans' story was an unexpected and inspirational end to an already phenomenal career. And yes, Janet Evans is now officially retired.


Sources

Chuck Conder, "After more than a decade, Janet Evans plunges back into competition", CNN

Erik Brady, "Janet Evans: 'I wish I had swum faster'", USA Today


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