USA Swimming National Team Roster For 2020-21 Released With 115 Total Athletes

Elwanda Tulloch

As athletes prepare for the new Olympic year, and both the rescheduled U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming and Olympic Games in Tokyo, USA Swimming today announced its 2020-2021 National Team roster. The 115-athlete USA Swimming National Team roster includes 59 men and 56 women.

Following the global disruption to the 2019-2020 season, USA Swimming made the decision to keep every returning athlete from the most recent U.S. National Team roster and add two qualifying athletes: Molly Hannis (Santa Rosa, Calif./Tennessee Aquatics) and Sam Stewart (Hattiesburg, Mass./YMCA Hub Fins). Hannis joins the team following her result in the 100-meter breaststroke at the 2020 TYR Pro Swim Series at Des Moines, while Stewart’s 200m I.M. performance at the 2020 Speedo Sectionals qualified him for the 2020-2021 team.

“I am incredibly proud of the poise and commitment our National Team athletes and coaches have shown as we deal with this worldwide pandemic,”

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From a Basketball Court to a Putting Green, This Las Vegas Compound Is an Athlete’s Paradise

Elwanda Tulloch

Las Vegas in 2015, the couple had only one instruction for their builder: “Forget about the budget, there is no budget. Everything has to be the best.”” data-reactid=”19″When Ohio businessman Mike Huhn and wife Linda commissioned their dream home on the outskirts of Las Vegas in 2015, the couple had only one instruction for their builder: “Forget about the budget, there is no budget. Everything has to be the best.”

What rose out of the Nevada desert two years later was this 15,000-square-foot, high-tech mega-mansion, seemingly devoted to the sole pursuit of having fun.

The sports-obsessed couple loaded the home with virtually every sporting pursuit imaginable. Everything from a regulation half-size indoor basketball court, to a professional two-lane bowling alley, tennis court, pool, state-of-the-art gym, putting green, and three “recreation rooms” with more big-screen TVs than a Vegas sports

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