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USA Swimming to Host TYR Pro Swim Series at San Antonio in March


USA Swimming to Host TYR Pro Swim Series at San Antonio in March

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Swimming announced today that the next leg of the 2021 TYR Pro Swim Series will return to San Antonio March 3-6. The long-course meet will take place at the Bill Walker Pool & Josh Davis Natatorium, which hosted one of the two January multi-venue TYR Pro Swim Series competition sites. 
 
This competition marks the second TYR Pro Swim Series event of the 2021 calendar year, and the third national-level, long-course meet since November 2020. To qualify, athletes must have a U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming Wave I qualifying time. The meet will feature approximately 150 women and 150 men. All local, state, and federal health guidelines will be strictly adhered to at each competition site and entry limits will reflect these local restrictions. 
 
All attendees be required to present negative COVID-19 tests both before competition and on-site, 48 hours after arrival. Additionally, all attendees will also be required to complete a daily digital symptom tracker beginning 14 days before competition. 
 
Historically, the TYR Pro Swim Series has consisted of a series of 3.5-day long course events, each attracting between 400-600 of the world’s top swimmers including, USA Swimming National Team members, Junior National Team members and top-50 world ranked swimmers.  
 
The March 2021 TYR Pro Swim Series event will air on NBCSN, Olympic Channel and be live-streamed on usaswimming.org. 
 
For more information on the TYR Pro Swim Series at San Antonio, visit www.usaswimming.org/event/2021/03/03/default-calendar/tyr-pro-swim-series-san-antonio

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