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In a two-day meet the UIndy women came out 2-0 with five broken records, beating Missouri State 187.5-179.5 and Indiana State 195-173.
Anna Metzler won three individual events and was a member of the winning 400 free relay team as the Wildcats took 14 of 16 events vs Vermont.
He’s the first commit for Virginia, which is big considering that ACC rival NC State has already reeled in a whopping five of the top 20.
Blaise Vera continued his early season success with some of the top times in the nation as the Pittsburgh men and women defeated Michigan State Friday.
Wearing familiar green and gold while representing a different team, Emma McKeon (above) and the London Roar medley relay broke a National Record on Sunday.
Kromowidjojo really proved herself a massive sprint factor here, winning a brutal three-round showdown with no ‘easy’ rounds compared to the field
North Florida swimming took down Georgia Southern, 169-85, on Sunday, marking
the first time since 2013 that UNF earned a win against the Eagles.
London Roar’s Minna Atherton lowered the U.S. Open Record in the 100 SCM backstroke twice today in her International Swimming League debut.
Kyle Chalmers had a wicked back half to surge past Morozov over the final few strokes, and take the win, 46.22 to 46.29.
Cate Campbell leads the strong London Roar into day 2 with a lead. She also heads up an explosive women’s skins race along with her sister Bronte.
Team Iron moves into the lead with a big 1-2 finish by Katinka Hosszu and Zsuzsanna Jakabos in the 400 IM. Hosszu led the whole way, as you might expect
While competing at the 2019 Manchester Int’l Swim Meet, Kayla Van Der Merwe fired off a new British Junior Record in the SCM 100 breaststroke.
2019 World Championships relay gold medalist James Guy grabbed 200m free gold at the Manchester Int’l Swim Meet over the weekend.
The Los Angeles Current have added Beryl Gastaldello into 2 races as they look to make up ground on the London Roar on day 2.