Jimmy Feigen

Jimmy Feigen















Jimmy was born in Hawaii, grew up in San Antonio with two older sisters, and competed for the University of Texas while pursuing his undergraduate degree in biology as a precursor to a medial career. At Texas, he won three NCAA Division I titles his senior year in the 50 and 100 yard freestyle events and as part of the 400 free relay, and also picked up points in the 400 medley relay (3rd), and 100 fly (5th). His career as a Longhorn included 24 All American honors. Jimmy represented the USA in the 2012 London Olympics, and earned a silver medal for his role in getting the 400 meter freestyle relay to the finals. 


Swimming accomplishments:

2015 AESC Pro Am - 2nd in 50 free

2015 Bill Nixon Pro Am - 1st in 50 free shootout, 1st in 100 free

2015 Harry Green WV50 - tied with for first with teammate Mark Weber in 50 free

2014 World Short Course Championships - Silver in 400 medley relay; silver in 200 free relay; bronze, 400 free relay; 11th in 50 free; 12th in 100 free

2013 World Championships - Silver in 100 free, silver in 400 free relay

2012 NCAA Championships - 1st in 50 free, 1st in 100 free, 1st in 200 free relay, 3rd in 400 medley relay, 5th in 100 fly

2012 London Olympic Games - Silver in 4x100 free relay 

Click here for his USA Swimming bio


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