Conor’s swimming career has taken him all over the world, but he’s a Midwesterner at heart. Conor grew up in Illinois as a well-rounded athlete. He first attended the University of Iowa and then swam for the University of Florida, finishing his college career with twelve All-American honors and three NCAA titles. At the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Conor earned a gold medal when the US team placed first in the 4x200-meter freestyle relay. Most recently, he earned a silver medal at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships in Barcelona. Conor has been all over the world but he’s still happiest in the pool.
Nathan Adrian believes that having fun is the key to success. He's a three-time Olympic gold medalist who holds the American record in the 50 and 100-meter freestyle. Raised in Bremerton, Washington, Nathan earned his first gold medal in his Olympic debut at the 2008 Olympics. At the 2012 Olympics, Nathan won two gold medals and a silver medal. That same year Nathan graduated from UC Berkeley with plans on becoming a doctor, but for now, he's inspiring a new generation to dive in and have fun while doing it.
Began swimming at the age of 5 because her mother was afraid of the water and wanted her daughter to learn early. She holds both American and Canadian dual citizenship. In 2015, she won the 2015 NCAA Swimmer of the Year award. She went to University of California Berkeley where she majored in Psychology. During the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, she became the most decorated female of all time at world championships with a total of 11 Gold Medals.
Her first international breakthrough came in 2009 when she was selected for the World Championship team. She hit top form in 2014, winning the Commonwealth, European and British titles over 800m Freestyle as well as European and British gold and Commonwealth silver in the 400m Free, lowering her Welsh records over 200m, 400m and 800m Free over the course of the season.