|Full name||Nicholas Nevid|
|National team||United States|
|Club||Nashville Aquatic Club|
|College team||University of Texas|
Nick grew up in Elm Grove, Wisconsin. His sister is Nancy Nevid Kryka, a member of the Minnesota Masters Swimming Hall of Fame. His brother is the medal-winning triathlete Nathan "Nate" Nevid.
Among his most notable accomplishments as a breaststroke swimmer:
- winning two gold medals at the 1978 World Aquatics Championships in Berlin
- winning two gold medals and one silver medal in the 1981 Universiade at Bucharest, Romania 
- breaking the American record in the 200 yard breaststroke
- becoming a four-time College All-American Swimmer at the University of Texas
- winning three gold medals at the 1981 USS Long Course Nationals
- being a member of the University of Texas' 1981 NCAA Men's Swimming/Diving Championship-Team
He coached swimming for one year at Auburn University; for one year with the Las Vegas Gold team, led by Olympic Gold Medalist Rowdy Gaines; for two years with the Columbus Aquatic Club in Columbus, Georgia; and for one year at Louisiana State University.
Nick attended Brookfield Central High School (Brookfield, Wisconsin); Brentwood Academy (Brentwood, Tennessee); and Austin High School (Austin, Texas), from which he graduated in 1978.
Physiology and marine biology
Dr. Nick Nevid has raised marine foodfish in offshore aquaculture cages in the Bahamas and Panama. He also developed Proaquatix, which was the second largest producer of marine ornamental fish in the world.
Among his publications/patents:
- Circadian Neuroendocrine Regulation of Scale Allograft Reactions in Gulf Killifish, Fundulus Grandis
- "Prolactin signaling through stat proteins"
- "Base for propagating aquatic animals"
- "Nonphotic stimuli alter a day-night rhythm of allograft rejection in gulf killifish"
- "Timed daily administrations of hormones and antagonists of neuroendocrine receptors alter day-night rhythms of allograft rejection in the gulf killifish, Fundulus grandis"
- "A day-night rhythm of immune activity during scale allograft rejection in the gulf killifish, Fundulus grandis."
- "Annexin Gene Structure"
- "Time-dependent effects of daily thermoperiods, feeding, and disturbances on scale allograft survival in the gulf killifish, Fundulus grandis"
- "Biofouling prevention by induction heating"
- Jerry Kirshenbaum (September 4, 1978). Uncle Sam's Girls Play It Again. SI Vault.
- : Minnesota Masters Swimming: Hall of Fame
- Nate Nevid: Auckland Triathlon, October 2012
- Nate Nevid
- Nick Nevid, All-American, University of Texas
- Nashville Aquatic Club
- Nick Nevid. sportuitslagen.org.
- 1981 Universiade at Bucharest
- Swimming World magazine, February 1979
- American record-holder
- 1981 USS Long Course Nationals
- Class of 2012 Committed Collegiate Swimmers. swimnac.com.
- Nick Nevid, Ph.D., Louisiana State University, 1993.
- Nicholas J. Nevid. Circadian Neuroendocrine Regulation of Scale Allograft Reactions in Gulf Killifish, Fundulus Grandis, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 1993.
- Nicholas J. Nevid, Edward Lee Caraway, Geoffrey Swain. "Biofouling prevention by induction heating" United States Patent-Class 427/591; 219/670.