Aly Tetzloff

U.S. National Team

Aly is a National Teamer and member of the LA Current.  She is an Auburn graduate continuing her training with Wolfpack Elite coached by Braden Holloway. Aly has been quietly working her way into the top of the rankings for the last couple years.  She had a stellar senior year at Auburn, winning SECs in the 100 back and finaling at NCAAs in the 100 back and 100 fly and placing 16th in the 100 free.  

“Aly is the perfect addition to our team.  Her enthusiasm for swimming and for what we are doing at Fike Swim is infectious.  You can tell she has a new level of confidence, so I can’t wait to see what she does over the next year!” -James Fike

Aly Tetzloff's swimming accomplishments include:

  • 2019-2020 U.S. National Team
  • 2019 SEC Champion 100 Back
  • Auburn School Record Holder
  • NCAA All-American
  • 2012, 2016, and 2020 Olympic Trials Qualifier
  • 2017 U.S. Nationals - 6th in the 50 fly and 11th in the fly

"I'm so excited to partner with Fike Swim!  I was first introduced to The Brick my junior year in college and we started utilizing it for kick sets.  I believe the company has the athletes' best interests at heart and is always looking for ways to improve the sport.  I'm looking forward to using more of their products and feel lucky to be a part of this growing brand!” -Aly

Aly Tetzloff

U.S. National Team

Aly is a National Teamer and member of the LA Current.  She is an Auburn graduate continuing her training with Wolfpack Elite coached by Braden Holloway. Aly has been quietly working her way into the top of the rankings for the last couple years.  She had a stellar senior year at Auburn, winning SECs in the 100 back and finaling at NCAAs in the 100 back and 100 fly and placing 16th in the 100 free.  

“Aly is the perfect addition to our team.  Her enthusiasm for swimming and for what we are doing at Fike Swim is infectious.  You can tell she has a new level of confidence, so I can’t wait to see what she does over the next year!” -James Fike

Aly Tetzloff's swimming accomplishments include:

  • 2019-2020 U.S. National Team
  • 2019 SEC Champion 100 Back
  • Auburn School Record Holder
  • NCAA All-American
  • 2012, 2016, and 2020 Olympic Trials Qualifier
  • 2017 U.S. Nationals - 6th in the 50 fly and 11th in the fly

"I'm so excited to partner with Fike Swim!  I was first introduced to The Brick my junior year in college and we started utilizing it for kick sets.  I believe the company has the athletes' best interests at heart and is always looking for ways to improve the sport.  I'm looking forward to using more of their products and feel lucky to be a part of this growing brand!” -Aly

Q&A with

Aly Tetzloff

Q&A with Aly Tetzloff

Q: Who is your coach and which team do you compete for?

A: "I am a part of Wolfpack Elite and am coached by Braden Holloway."

Q: How did you get into swimming?

A: "I got into competitive swimming at the age of 6.  I really wanted to be a gymnast, but my mom claimed I would be too tall.  Then she asked if I wanted to try being on a club swim team instead, I’ve been swimming ever since!"


Q: What is your favorite event?

A: "My favorite event is one I don’t really swim much anymore, but it is the 200 IM because it includes all the strokes."


Q: How many yards per week do you train?

A: "I range probably about 35,000-40,000 yards/meters a week."


Q: What does your favorite set look like?

A: "A big set I do is on Monday mornings which consists of a threshold/heart rate.  It typically will add up to around 3,000 yards/meters. The basic one or most repeated form of this set which is all freestyle is: 10 x 100s @1:30 no equipment, 1 @ heart rate 150-160, 4 @ HR 200+, then 10 x 100s @ 1:30 with paddles, same as above, and finally 10 x 100s @ 1:30 with fins and paddles, same as above. After completing this set, I feel so accomplished, especially if I have a solid set. For SCY, I usually hold 55s-56s for the HR 200+ and then in LCM 1:05-1:06."


Q: What are your competition goals?

A: "The goal is to make the Olympic Team."


Q: What are your practice goals to help you reach your race goals?

A: "My practice goal is to always keep a positive attitude and give 110%. I try to focus on a few things to improve at a practice if my times aren’t necessarily there, for example, keeping a breathing pattern and sticking to my underwaters."


Q: Favorite dryland exercise?

A: "I like doing abs, a strong core is really important in swimming. I also like when my abs are sore after doing a hard core session."


Q: Favorite post-workout meal?

A: "Usually after a demanding workout in the morning, I typically will go home and make scrambled eggs with veggies, avocado on toast, a bowl of yogurt with fruit, and a chocolate protein shake."

Q: Who is your swimming role model?

A: "Natalie Coughlin has always been my swimmer role model, ever since I was little. I remember idolizing her backstroke start because I wanted mine to look like hers."

Q: Non-swimming role-model?

A: "This is kinda cheesy, but my parents are definitely my role models. I aspire to be amazing parents like them later in life."

Q: Something most people don't know about you

A: "I absolutely LOVE to cook and bake, specifically lasagna and chocolate chip banana bread are probably my two favorite things to make."

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