FGCU’s Emma Svensson brings home the 50y and 100y freestyle wins, as the Eagles trounced both GA Tech and Florida Atlantic.
The 2014 short course meters Salnikov Cup, featuring for the first time a prize pool of over 4 million Rubles…
Joanna Maranhao, who led the women’s 400m IM field in her finals time of 4:41.00 comfortably cleared the Worlds cut of 4:43.46 at Brazilian Nationals.
Thomas Fraser-Holmes, Lauren Boyle And Bronte Campbell All Come Home With Wins At 2014 Queensland Championships
Fraser-Holmes had a quick turn-around to win the mens 200m IM in 2:00.04. He was a 25.56 on his fly split going out and a 30.68 on the backstroke. He led by a large margin at the 100, and kept his lead with Jared Gilliland finishing behind him in 2:02.84, just narrowly holding off Tommaso D’Orsogna who clocked in at 2:03.04.
The Navy men’s and women’s teams trounced Army, leaving the record between these two rivals at 29-4 in Navy’s favor.
The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles rolled to a home win over North Florida Tuesday, taking 11 of 14 events.
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The 4×100 freestyle relays gave way to two more UNLV wins to set in stone their championship victories. With 845.5 points over New Mexico’s 597 the women won. The men put up a massive 1137.5 points over University of the Pacific’s 750 to take home the win.
Rising sprint star Cameron McEvoy swam in the men’s 100m freestyle only to take second to Tommaso D’Orsogna. D’Orsogna and McEvoy turned together however on the final 50 D’Orsogna created the slightest of leads to win 49.11 to 49.21.
The second day of the UNLV Invite saw the Runnin’ Rebel men go undefeated, while Lena Gavrilova was a part of three wins on the women’s side.
Stanzi Moseley swam two very good races in the 50 and 100m freestyles. The 100 was the more impressive of the two swims, earning her a 2016 Olympic Trials cut. Her time of 56.49 did the trick, although it was well off her seed time of 55.03.
In her first event of the night Katie Ledecky came dangerously close to Katie Hoff’s American record in the 1000 freestyle with time of 9:11.52 to finish just two-tenths off of her personal best of 9:11.31.
Miguel Ortiz beams with his 6 individual gold medals won at the short course Spanish Nationals, which concluded today.
Miguel Ortiz has now claimed five individual victories at Spanish Nationals, with more to come in the final session later today.
Multiple swimmers saw their medal-winning totals surge today during the second finals session of Irish Nationals.