Andrew Wilson of Emory is at it again, posting another NCAA record after having reset the record set in 1998…
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After the timing malfunction declaring an 8 way tie for the top time of the morning, Andrew Wilson of Emory stood on top of the morning times, holding a new NCAA record.
Yesterday in Austin, TX at the American Short Course Championships, Michael Phelps proved that he is ready for his official…
The Cal teammates above will be battling for the 200 IM title in a race that could possibly scare the NCAA record.
“Conor Dwyer, Michael Phelps, and Chase Kalisz all came off the wall dead even at the 150 meter mark…”
Caitlin Leverenz knew she had to win her last race to take home the keys to her brand new BMW for the next year. She dove in on a mission and won the women’s 200 IM with a time of 2:12.61.
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14-year old Michael Andrew smashes his own National Age Group Record in the 200 yard IM by over two seconds, swimming a 1:45.29.
Stanford’s Maya DiRado had a huge summer and earned a spot on the US World Championship team. This season in the NCAA, she’s followed suit by breaking through her “outside looking in” position with a 1:52.50 to win the women’s 200 IM: her first career NCAA title.
Michael Andrew re-breaks his NAG record in the 200 IM at the 2014 Orlando Grand Prix.
Video is courtesy of Indie Swimming.
Danish national record-holder Lotte Friis led early, but Katie Ledecky completed a thrilling comeback, gaining on Friis steadily from about the 350-mark onward and erasing the two-second lead the Dane had built up.
PASA’s Curtis Ogren wins the 200 IM in a new meet record time of 1:45.08, smashing Ryan Murphy’s time from a year ago.
SOCAL Aquatics’ Ella Eastin won the girls’ 200 yard IM in 1:56.02 – breaking the Meet Record of 1:56.53 set by Kathleen Baker last year.