SwimVortex Awards 2016: Vote In Our Readers’ Poll From The Pool & Open Water

Michael Phelps - the last stand - Rio 2016 - by Patrick B. Kraemer

On the eve of the Christmas, we’ll announce the SwimVortex Awards winners for 2016: our choices and yours. On the eve of the Christmas, we’ll announce the SwimVortex Awards winners for 2016: our choices and yours. This was the year of Michael Phelps and a dreamworks-style swansong, Katie Ledecky and Adam Peaty, of historic firsts for Mireia Belmonte, Sarah Sjostrom, Gregorio Paltrinieri and Dimitry Balandin, the late blooming of Katinka Hosszu, of anti-doping warriors Lilly King and Mack Horton, a year of yawning gap of ages twixt Olympic kings of the 50 and 100m freestyle, Kyle Chalmers the teenage champion, Anthony Ervin the oldest champion there ever was – and by some.

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On the eve of the Christmas, we’ll announce the SwimVortex Awards winners for 2016: our choices and yours. On the eve of the Christmas, we’ll announce the SwimVortex Awards winners for 2016: our choices and yours. This was the year of Michael Phelps and a dreamworks-style swansong, Katie Ledecky and Adam Peaty, of historic firsts for Mireia Belmonte, Sarah Sjostrom, Gregorio Paltrinieri and Dimitry Balandin, the late blooming of Katinka Hosszu, of anti-doping warriors Lilly King and Mack Horton, a year of yawning gap of ages twixt Olympic kings of the 50 and 100m freestyle, Kyle Chalmers the teenage champion, Anthony Ervin the oldest champion there ever was – and by some.

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