The women’s 200 freestyle and 200 butterfly World Records are faster than the Olympic legend Mark Spitz’s former World Records.
WATCH: 2015 Women’s NCAA Swimming & Diving full day 2, 3 finals including Franklin, Worrell, Manuel records
We’re in the full swing of long course season now, but the NCAA is giving us a trip down memory lane, posting full length video of Friday and Saturday’s finals sessions from the 2015 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
Missy Franklin is one of the fastest swimmers on the planet. Here are 6 things you might not have known about “Missy the Missile.” #3 – She had a cameo in the movie “The Internship.” See video of the cameo here.
Above is a video courtesy of Bear Insider going through a run-down of Missy Franklin’s career thus far.
Over the weekend, swimming star Missy Franklin was announced as a Laureus Ambassador in a Laureus USA ceremony in Berkeley, California.
Following the Women’s NCAA Championships in March, Missy Franklin announced that she was going professional and that she signed with…
Missy Franklin lead the Cal Golden Bears to an NCAA Team Title in March ending her two-year college swimming experience….
Rachel Bootsma had a resurgent 2015 season, and that momentum joined by a devastating recruiting class make Cal the early favorite picks for the 2016 NCAA title, pending one major enrollment decision elsewhere in the Pac-12.
Missy Franklin was named the winner of the 2015 Honda Award in swimming & diving.
American swimming star Missy Franklin was in New York last week on her school’s spring break, and appeared on the Today Show to talk about her final college season and her decision to go pro.
CALIFORNIA’s Missy Franklin was named the Women’s Swimmer of the Year, while STANFORD’s Simone Manuel was voted Women’s Swimming Freshman/Newcomer of the Year and Cal’s Teri McKeever was voted Women’s Swimming Coach of the Year.
Team SwimSwam has been debating about who had the most impressive swim, but we have not been able to come to a consensus.
Kelsi Worrell, who broke the American Record in the 100 fly at the NCAA Championships, is one of four nominees for the Collegiate Women Sports Awards.
After dealing with adversity for a good calendar year, Missy Franklin broke through at the 2015 NCAAs, answering questions about her improvement curve and training home with a resounding “1:39.10.”
The picture is still not complete, so we counted down the top five questions for 500 days between now and the Rio 2016 Olympic Games