Missy Franklin led the Cal Bears to a 1-2-3 finish in the women’s 100 backstroke with her time of 59.38.
Micah Lawrence tie for the win in the 100 breaststroke on Saturday helped push SwimMAC further into the lead at the 2014 U.S. National Championships
Rachel Bootsma dropped .11 seconds to win the 50 backstroke tonight. That should secure her spot on the World Championships roster.
David Marsh’s SwimMAC Carolina team has been swimming well all week, and that shows in the team scores.
Michael Phelps will be back in the water, swimming his new specialty the 100 fly, on Friday at the 2014 U.S. National Championships in Irvine, California.
Missy Franklin, Nathan Adrian, Anthony Ervin, Matt Grevers and Kosuke Kitajima are among the names on the loaded LA Invite psych sheets.
Since at least 2011, the women’s 100 backstroke has been all but owned by Missy Franklin, the defending Olympic and World Champs gold medalist.
Missy Franklin kicked off the final night of competition at the Mel Zajac International with a win in the 100m…
The 50m backstroke was dominated by Cal’s golden girls as Rachel Bootsma, Missy Franklin, and Elizabeth Pelton took the top three spots.
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Missy Franklin: ““I think for everyone on the team, when we put the California cap on there is so much more meaning behind it than just putting on a regular cap. For me, it is very similar to having an American flag on my cap.”
The 100 fly could go any number of ways over the top 16 – Ellese Zalewski and Dani Barbiea come in tied for the top seed after big November performances.
The 17-18′s of SwimMAC Carolina broke their 3rd National Age Group relay record of the weekend with a 3:37.83 in…
The 17-18′s of the King Aquatic Club have broken the National Age Group Record in the 400 yard medley relay at the Federal Way Sectional Championship meet.
The women’s 100 backstroke field, which includes 2011 and 2012 NCAA champion Cindy Tran, is the deepest and fastest we’ve ever seen.