Swimming Canada Releases Psych Sheets For Trials; Almost 200 Foreign Entries Made Of Mostly American College Swimmers
Swimming Canada released the psych sheet for the 2015 Canadian Swimming Trials which will be the selection meet for the Canadian World Championship team, Pan Am team, and World University Games team.
Today would have been Victor Davis’ 51st birthday…
The Hosszu cometh: Katinka won last year’s circuit despite swimming just two of the six meets. She’ll try to track down points leader Elizabeth Beisel in Austin.
In 2014 Australian Mack Horton set new junior world records in the 200, 400 and 1500 freestyle…
The last 100 is where Cochrane turned on the jets and rocked a wicked 55.5 last 100 to pass McKeon, come fist, and set a new Canadian record of 3:43.46.
Race Video is courtesy of Universal Sports Network, a SwimSwam partner.
Distance swimmer Ryan Cochrane has been Canada’s best male swimmer for more than half-a-decade.
Ryan Cochrane will be one of the mentor athletes in this year’s Classroom Championships program…
Canadian Ryan Cochrane won the men’s 800 freestyle with a time of 7:45.39 at Pan Pacific Championships.
800-m freestyle: Cochrane’s time of 7:45.39 was more than 2 seconds ahead of Australian Horton, who out-touched American Connor Jaeger by 0.02 for the silver.
Connor Jaeger won the final event of the day, touching out Canadian Ryan Cochrane to win the men’s 1500. Jaeger finished with his time of 14:51.79, just ahead of Cochrane’s 14:51.97.
Many thanks to Paul Younan for these swimming photos!
Michael Phelps makes his return to international competition in Australia this week. Get the scoop on what to watch for at the Pan Pacific Championships here.
Scotland’s Hannah Miley has been busy for the home country, and will compete in her 7th final of the Commonwealth Games tonight with the 400 free.
Will James Magnussen and the Australians be able to extend their medley relay dominance against a high-flying British squad?