This is a one-of-a-kind, custom, 500-piece jigsaw puzzle created from a photo taken during the 100 Freestyle at the 2016 Olympic Trials. Included in the photo is Nathan Adrian, Ryan Lochte, Josh Schneider, Ryan Held and Conor Dwyer.
This is printed in color on high density puzzle board that will provide years of enjoyment.
You and your fellow swimming geeks can quarantine in style and compete to see who has the best time in completing this puzzle.
Donated by fellow swim geek, Patrick Weiss.
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