Ups/downs for Day 1 at 2019 NCAA Division III Men’s Championships.
Night one features only the 800 free relay – but there’s plenty to look out for, including some key lineup choices.
16-year-old Phoebe Bacon moved up to #8 all-time in the U.S. 15-16 age group, putting up a 1:51.79 in the 200 back. She’s liable to move up a little more tonight, just .05 behind Meghan Small for 7th, though the NAG record is way down at 1:48.30 from Regan Smith.
On the final day of the Federal Way sectionals meet, two meet records were taken down while 14-year-old Lucerne Bell earned her 4th top-10 time on the all-time 13-14 rankings.
The 2019 Division I Women’s NCAA Championships kick off Wednesday night in Austin and we’ve got all the info you need.
Find out how to watch every session of the 2019 Women’s Division I NCAA Championships live with out links collection here.
As we tick down the days to the 2019 Women’s NCAA Championships, keep track of all our event-by-event previews and winner picks here.
Day 1 prelims for 2019 NCAA Division III Men’s Championships.
There’s been a last-minute change to the 2019 Korean World Championships Trials, as the nation’s swimming federation has been asked to move the dates and location of the event due to conflicts with preparations for this summer’s main FINA event.
Day 1 prelims at 2019 NCAA Division III Women’s Championships.
The 2019 Swim & Fun Days meet in Essen, Germany presents another opportunity for German swimmers to knock out some racing prior to the country’s World Championships Trials.
What may be one of the most beautiful Olympic torches ever produced was unveiled, as Tokyo 2020 organizers presented the intricately designed piece of art today.
Kristof Milak talks poolside after competing in Israel, where the teen talks rivals in the men’s 100m and 200m fly at this summer’s World Championships.
The recent college bribery scandal has a lot of parents outraged—including myself. Our kids work so hard to get into college, both in the pool and academically. It’s disheartening to learn that parents paid to get their kids into school — and that college coaches took bribes.
26-year-old Quah Ting Wen of Singapore lowered her own 100m freestyle national record, becoming the first female from her country to go under 55 seconds in the event.