| Monday, September 10, 2018After two successful stops in Washington D.C. and Seattle, the 2018 Make a Splash Tour Presented by Phillips 66 wrapped up its cross-country tour in San Francisco and Orlando.
On June 6, Olympians Katie Ledecky, Cullen Jones, Ryan Murphy and Rowdy Gaines visited Local Partner pools and the San Francisco Phillips 66 refinery in Rodeo, Calif. before jumping in the water for the TYR Pro Swim Series in Santa Clara.
Happy to support the @SwimFoundation this morning and its Make A Splash initiative, helping children across the nation get into swim lessons. Visit https://t.co/620EpVCvNS to find swim lessons and ways to support!— Katie Ledecky (@katieledecky) June 6, 2018
📸: @Mike2Swim pic.twitter.com/IRa54eTZ9J
San Francisco Thank you for all the support for #WaterSafety. Learning to swim is a life skill. Once you learn, you never forget... kinda like riding a bike! #makeasplash #2018 @phillips66co @ryan_f_murphy @katieledecky @SwimFoundation pic.twitter.com/5ViDmXigDO— Cullen Jones (@CullenJones) June 6, 2018
The final stop of the tour, on June 13, featured a number of high-profile Olympians in Cullen Jones, Ryan Lochte, Caeleb Dressel and Rowdy Gaines in Orlando, Fla. In Gaines' hometown, the quad taught children how to swim at a pair of Local Partners in the Orlando area. The World's Largest Kickboard also made an appearance at the pool.
Unbelievable end to the #makeasplash #2018 tour here in Orlando! It’s our 49th state... hmmm who’s next ( Lucky 50??) Special Thanks to @caelebdressel & my brother @ryanlochte for coming out and continuing to express the importance of #WaterSafety @SwimFoundation pic.twitter.com/8U6zNN0F4N— Cullen Jones (@CullenJones) June 13, 2018
And just like that, the 2018 #MakeASplash Tour presented by @Phillips66Co is complete!— USA Swimming Foundation (@SwimFoundation) June 14, 2018
What a great way to wrap things up yesterday in ☀️ Orlando. Be sure to visit https://t.co/NCXJmJy6Q6 to find a swim lesson provider near you! pic.twitter.com/DK6j8Cg4zK
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