The American 4x100m medley relay team at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games put up an amazing time that under careful consideration might be faster than what the American ladies can go at the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Katie Meili’s earth-shattering 100 breaststroke on Friday morning at the 2015 Pan American Games raised more questions about the United States’ selection procedures for the World Championships.
Friday nights finals at the Los Angeles Invitational was a tune up for many of the swimmers on the U.S. World Championships Team roster.
Megan Byrnes, the 14th-ranked commit in the class of 2016, has verbally committed to the Stanford Cardinal.
This weekend’s LA Invite will feature a huge roster of national and international stars, including Olympic gold medalists Nathan Adrian and Matt Grevers among many others.
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For their performances in the classroom as well as the pool, eight members of the Stanford women’s swimming and diving team were among those achieving Scholar All-American honors
Last year there were three swimmers who went sub-53, led by Cate Campbell at 52.62, and two this year with Bronte Campbell and Femke Heemskerk tied at 52.69. Based on the fast performances the last few years, we should see some more 52 second swims this summer.
Cate Campbell once again has the top time in the world for 2015 at 24.03. Based off her recent results and experiences, I think we will see Cate Campbell at the top of the podium in Kazan.
Connor Jaeger (pictured) went a season-best to win the 1500 free Sunday night, picking up his third win of the weekend and improving his third-ranked time in the world this year.
Michael Phelps (above) will race two A finals tonight, the 200 IM and 200 backstroke.
Swimming against a veteran field loaded with international experience, 18-year-old American Simone Manuel came up big in the women’s 50 free
Katinka Hosszu won the 200 fly and 100 back on day 3, and added a fourth-place finish in the 400 free to a busy, but lucrative day in Santa Clara.
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Olympic gold medalists and world-record holders Missy Franklin and Michael Phelps are expected to lead a group of more than 50 members of the USA National Team headlining the field for the June 18-21 Arena Pro Swim Series at Santa Clara.