The UBC men cleaned up the men’s 100m freestyle final with a 1-2-3 podium sweep led by up-and-coming sprinter Yuri Kisil. Kisil rocketed to a 48.73 to win the event followed by Stefan Milosevic who touched in at 49.58. Luke Peddie came in fast as well throwing down a 49.94. The three leaders were the only ones under the 50 second barrier, pointing the UBC 4x100m freestyle relay in a very good direction.
The girls of East Grand Rapids High School successfully defended their state title over the weekend, sweeping every freestyle race and breaking the state 200 free relay record in the process.
Florent Manaudou broke three national records during the French National Short Course Championships in Montpellier over the weekend.
The girls of Saline High School won the Michigan Division I state title in an upset that came down to the final relay.
After two days of racing the host teams from Virginia Tech each had leads in the standings; the men were…
The North Carolina State men came from behind to steal the Nike Cup title from the host UNC Tar Heels Saturday night, led by a dominating 400 free relay win. (Archive Photo from 2014 ACC Championships).
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Simone Manuel stole the show, but the A&M women took the title at the 2014 Art Adamson Invitational.
Tyler Clary is the top seed in the men’s 200 IM in Day Three finals at Arena Grand Prix at Minneapolis.
Tanja Kylliainen won the first individual event, the women’s 400 IM, with a swift 4:07.88. She was well ahead of her competition in prelims and proved to do the same tonight as her teammate Abby Chin finished second just over seven seconds behind in 4:15.03. That time for Kyllainen beat her previous season best of 4:10.89.
It is shaping up to be a run-away win for Stanford in the men’s competition, but the Cardinal women have some work to do Saturday night to catch Texas A&M.
With just one session to go in the 2014 Nike Cup Invite, the Tennessee women are once again in great shape for the team title, while NC State looks to make a run at the men’s leader UNC.
Maya DiRado will lead a talented host of athletes on Day Three of the Minneapolis Grand Prix.
A couple of Louisville Cardinals have their sights set on pool and school records coming out of day 2 prelims from the Louisville Invite.
A strong Saturday morning for the Purdue women and Buckeye men have those teams in good shape to protect their leads at tonight’s finals of the Ohio State Swimming and Diving Invitational.