In the USA, the competition for top athletes and top players in sports is fierce.
But a new series of videos, created by ESPN and shared with The Wall Street Journal, shows that a sport called competitive swimming is not the only one where the elite athletes are still playing.
And while the competition may be intense and the athletes competing for the world’s best, the sport is far from being a one-dimensional competition.
And yet, according to a new ESPN analysis, it is.
A new study from ESPN and The Wall St Journal finds that there are nearly 1.5 million professional swimmers, 5,000 of whom are elite swimmers.
Of those, more than 4,000 are elite level swimmers (they’re considered elite level if they make more than $250,000).
It is not surprising that the sport of competitive swimming has an appeal.
It’s a sport where you get to compete with the best and you get rewarded.
The sport is also a high-intensity, high-stakes sport.
In a sport like competitive swimming, you’re competing for your country.
So you’re going to be the star, and you want to be that star.
For some people, competitive swimming might not be what they’re looking for.
In some cases, competitive swimmers may not be athletes.
Some may be more of a social butterfly, which means they don’t participate in much of the physical activities that make up a traditional sport like football, basketball or soccer.
But they do participate in the sport, according the ESPN study, and the sport may appeal to some who are more athletic or who want to have fun.
Swimming has a rich history in the United States.
Before the United Kingdom legalized the sport in the early 1900s, it was illegal to compete in it.
There was no rule in the U.S. that prohibited people from competing in the swimming events.
And the rules were often stricter in other countries.
Swimming, however, did not really start to be popular until the early 1960s, according The Wall Streeter.
The popularity of swimming began to skyrocket in the 1970s and 1980s, and by the early 1990s, swimming was seen as an exciting and competitive sport.
That is, until the advent of professional swimming in the late 1990s.
But it wasn’t until the sport became popular again in the mid-2000s that people began to see it as a more exciting and more competitive alternative to the sports they were used to.
This, in turn, led to the sport’s popularity growing again in both popularity and popularity in the 2010s.
In the ESPN report, the researchers identified 4.6 million professional swimming athletes in the USA in 2017.
According to the report, 1.3 million of those athletes are elite elite swimmer, while 1,928 are elite competitive swimmer.
That means there are approximately 1.25 million athletes competing in competitive swimming in America.
It is a significant number, and it is growing.
But the sport isn’t just for elite swimmers.
The researchers also found that there were a number of other athletes who were competitive swimmlers who were not elite swamimmers.
Of the 1,930 swimmers who are competitive swammers, approximately half are not elite competitive swimimmers.
So they are competing in an entirely different category than the athletes who are elite.
They may be recreational swimmers competing in other sports.
Some may be just casual swimmers that enjoy the sport.
Others may be professional athletes that want to compete but are not comfortable with the sport due to the competitive nature of it.
So while it may be a sport that is a lot more than just about playing it, it has a long history and a strong appeal.
And that’s the problem.
The athletes who make it into the top tier of the sport are not playing it.
The players that are competing at the highest level are playing the sport and, as a result, are competing against the best in the world.
And those are the athletes that are in the best shape, at the best possible time, and with the most skill.