SwimmingBrennan Gravley, Dylan Gravley Medal in Men's 10K At US Open Water

Brennan Gravley, Dylan Gravley Medal in Men’s 10K At US Open Water

Brennan Gravley, Dylan Gravley Both Medal in Men’s 10K At US Open Water Championships

It was a banner day for the Gravley brothers at the U.S. Open Water National Championships on Friday.

Brennan Gravley won the silver medal, while his brother Dylan Gravley, won the bronze medal in Sarasota. Carlos Garach won the 10K event.

Garach, of Spain, crossed the finish line in 1:51.05.65, just ahead of Brennan Gravley, who was the top American finisher in 1:51.95.78.

Dylan Gravley won the bronze with a swim of 1:51.07.77.

Tennessee’s Joey Tepper finished fourth in 1:51.11.02, followed by TSM Aquatics’ Ivan Puskovitch (1:51.13.07). Sandpipers’ Luke Ellis was sixth in 1:51.13.26, followed by Spain’s Guillem Pujol (1:51.28.63) and Alejandor Puebla (1:51.29.17).

FAST’s Simon Lamar took ninth (1:51.31.52), followed by Mission Viejo’s David Heron (1:51.37.06).

Brennan Gravley won the male open water swimmer of the year in 2022, an honor named the Fran Crippen Memorial award. He finished tied for 10th in 5-kilometer and 12th in the 10-kilometer at worlds. He was part of the American team that finished seventh. Gravley is a senior at the University of Florida.


  • USA Open Water National Team member
  • Competed at the 2019 FINA World Championships in two outdoor swimming events, the 5km and 25km, and posted 14th and 15th-place finishes
  • Won silver in the 4×1,250 at the Jr. Open Water Worlds
  • Placed third in the men’s open water nationals
  • Placed fourth in the Jr. Open Water Worlds

Katie Grimes won the women’s race. More coverage of that here.

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