Photo Vault: 2014 Women’s NCAA Championship Chaos, Drama & Celebration

  1 Gold Medal Mel Stewart | March 24th, 2014 | College, Featured, News, Photo Fishbowl

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A proud Arizona Dad cheers on his daughter in the 1650 at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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Arizona Coach Rick Demont (aka “Rocket”) sends the WildCat cheer after Tjasa Oder posts a 15:56.38 in the next to last heet of the 1650 at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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The University of Georgia ladies can dance at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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The USC ladies can dance as well at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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The Lady Vols can dance… not so sure about the coaches at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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The Stanford parents wave the jumbo heads of the team swimmers at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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The Stanford parents sport the newest tree hats in suport of their team at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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Stina Colleou of The University of Utah flashes a victory sign after winning the consolation final of the 200 breaststroke at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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Emma Reaney of Notre Dame, seeded first in the 200 breaststroke final takes it in stride as the ESPN camera records her every move before the start of the race at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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Texas A&M Senior Breeja Larson ® and Stanford junior Katie Olsen (L) celebrate a tied-for-2nd finish in the 200 breaststroke at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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Floridia Senior, two time Olympian, Elizabeth Beisel following her final collegiate race in the 200 fly at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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Texas A&M Senior Cammille Adams breathes a sigh of relief after winning the 200 fly in her final collegiate race at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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An awards stand 200 fly ‘Selfie’ at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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Cal coach Teri McKeever does the math to determine the final standings in light of the 400 free relay, 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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Leave it to the University of Georgia Diving Coach Dan Laak to do a graceful victory celebration dive at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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Georgia Sophomore Brittany MacLean is announced as swimmer of the meet at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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Cal Berkeley Senior Cindy Tran ®, a two-time individual NCAA event winner, hugs Associate Head Coach Kristen Cunnane as her college career comes to a conclusion at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

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Georgia Senior Shannon Vreeland and Sr. Associate Head Coach Harvey Humphries take a selfie to commemorate their 2014 victory and a stellar college career at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships (courtesy of Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

These swimming photos and captions come from Tim Binning. Tim’s more than a photographer (and the owner of theswimpictures.com), he’s a journalist and a passionate supporter of swimming. He knows the sport, the swimmers, parents and coaches’ backstory. He knows what to capture during our most dramatic moments.

Many thanks to Tim Binning for these beautiful swimming photos!

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  1. Steve Nolan says:
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    Did Cindy Tran trademark her name?

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