Denmark’s Lotte Friis swam a strong front-half (4:10) en route to an 8:25.07 win to open Sunday’s finals session
Connor Jaeger once again showed off his distance dominance as he took the 1500 in Charlotte
A rejuvinated Natalie Coughlin is in the midst of the best run of swimming she’s had since 2011, and won the women’s 100 free with a 54.24
After a relatively quiet spring, Nathan Adrian took Charlotte by storm on Night 4 as he raced his way to victory
Ryan Lochte one-upped Phelps tonight by swimming 1:57.20 to win the A-Final and take his first event title of the meet
After voicing some frustration of being stuck in outside lanes for most of the meet, Michael Phelps got his inside lane in the B-Final
Josh Schnieder held off a talented field to win the men’s 50 freestyle with his time of 21.96.
One of the newest members of the Serbian National Team, Arkady Vyatchanin, dropped more than a second and a half to win the men’s 100 backstroke with his time of 53.69.
Josh Prenot looked incredible, dropping more than five seconds from his prelim swim to win the men’s 200 breaststroke with a time of 2:09.30
Leah Smith continues to prove herself as one of the world’s greatest up-and-coming distance stars.
Taking home court advantage for all it was worth, Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace doubled down as the sprint queen of the night.
As Baker was able to slip under the 1:00 barrier for the first time, she is now only the 10th woman in American history to do so
Katinka Hosszu continues her streak of dominance in Charlotte with her 3rd and 4th event titles of the weekend.
Sophomore Taylor Ault of Sonora High School swept the 200 free and 500 free for the second year in a row;…
Ella Eastin had a chat with SwimSwam’s Anne Lepesant at the conclusion of the CIFSS Division II championships in Riverside,…