America’s Natalie Coughlin earned her 60th international championship medal en route to her squad’s 4x100m medley relay gold tonight in Toronto.
Everything’s on the line for day five finals here at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games. At this current point in time, the United States leads the swimming medal table with nine golds. Brazil has eight, Canada has seven.
Caitlin Leverenz won gold in both IM races at the 2015 Pan Am Games.
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With Leverenz’s winning time, she broke the Pan American Games record for the second time that day. The time also ranks her fourth in the world this season and ahead of all other American swimmer.
American Caitlin Leverenz struck again when she broke her third Pan American Games record of the meet thus far in order to take the top seed in the 200m IM.
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Team USA made some major moves in the medal standings, earning 4 golds during day 3 finals.
As things have been heating up all week here at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games, the tensions are high was we head into day three finals.
Brazilian Joanna Maranhão posted a new national record time of 4:38.07…
Kelsi Worrell clocked a new Pan American Games record in her sub-58 prelims swim; will she lower her new personal best of 57.24 even more tonight?
Olympic medallist Caitlin Leverenz proved to be in great contention to win the 400m IM tonight at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games after breaking the games record in prelims this morning.
The women’s 200 free podium from tonight. Silver medalist Emily Overholt (left) is the top seed of the women’s 400 IM tomorrow.
USA Swimming announced the captains for the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games team via twitter Sunday morning. Following a vote done by all the swimmers on the roster, Cullen Jones and Caitlin Leverenz were named team captains.
Countries like Brazil and the United States are powerhouses when it comes to swimming, but at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games, Team Canada looks as though they have plenty of potential to top the medal table.