A swimmer from Rockville, Maryland, Ella Myers, made headlines in 2022. Now, after joining the Texas Longhorns as a freshman on the swimming and diving team, she has made waves on social media, especially on Instagram. She has gathered 19,000 followers. Her post comprises a photo of her proudly holding up the Longhorn sign while wearing a swimsuit, cowboy hat, and boots. She has gathered significant likes and engagement on social media.
Additionally to her higher achievements, Myers has lately attracted recognition on TikTok with country-themed videos. This led to a further boost in her online presence. Her follower count is expected to continue growing. Due to her fueled success in the pool and her engaging social media presence. Ella Myers has had a remarkable effect on the swimming community and social platforms. Her skills as a swimmer has been showcased.
After she signed a National Letter of Intent to swim for the University of Texas, she graduated from Holton Arms School in 2022. She swam with the Nation’s Capital Swim Club. Myers has been acknowledged as a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American. She excelled in backstroke, mid-distance freestyle, individual, and butterfly medley events. In December 2021, Myers competed in the U.S. Open in long course meters (LCM). She competed in the NCAP invitational in short courtyard (SCY). At the U.S. Open, Myers participated in the 400 free, 200 fly, and 400 IM and reached the finals of the 400 IM event. Throughout the NCAP Invitational, she competed in the 100 free, 100 back, 200 fly, and 200 IM. She makes finals in all events except the 100-meter free. Her best LCM times mostly came from the TAC Titans LC Premier and TYR 18 and Under Spring Cup in Richmond, held on April 22. In the U.S. Open, she achieved a cut in the 400 IM with a time of 4:56.78. In Winter Juniors, she achieved a cut in the 400 free, 200 fly, and 200 IM. Her accomplishments as a swimmer indicate her talent and potential. She is attaining recognition as a rising star in the sport and off the pool.