Things Are Getting Done Now - Jacob Pebley

31 minutes

Jacob Pebley, a TYR Sport athlete, is currently training in San Diego, CA with Team Elite Aquatics for the Tokyo Olympics. A backstroke standout out of the University of California, Berkeley, Jacob is an Olympian for Team USA, accomplishing a fifth-place finish in the 200-meter backstroke at the 2016 Rio Olympics. In 2018, Jacob co-founded “Back 2 Back Swim Camp”, a two-day elite swim camp geared towards backstroke specialists across the country. He loves staying involved in the swimming community and is dedicated to inspiring the next generation of up-and-coming athletes in the sport!


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