It was Senior Day at Blodgett Pool as the Harvard Crimson hosted the Brown Bears. Photo of senior relays courtesy of Harvard Swim & Dive via Twitter.
Yale women pulled off a pair of victories on Saturday, beating both Penn and Dartmouth in their home pool. The Elis won nine of sixteen events and were also able to score a lot of points on the depth of their roster.
It’s a new year and we have new names to celebrate in this week’s report. Presenting the Daring Dozen for January 8, 2014!
Missy Franklin and Caeleb Dressel were the hands-down favorites for 17-18 Swimmer of the Year. Read the full story below.
The year’s fastest 15-16 year-olds of 2013 were, in many cases, the fastest of all time. This crop of kids broke an astounding number of age group, high school, and meet records at the national -and even international- level.
Bucknell men’s team played host to Columbia over the weekend, while the women took on Rutgers in their home pool. Both teams fought hard but came away short of the win. Recap below.
The U.S. Naval Academy won a close one at home, handing Princeton their first loss of the season and improving their own record to 5-2.
13-14 Girls Cassidy Bayer, Nation’s Capital Swim Club, Alexandria VA It was bound to happen; after all, records are meant…
There was a lot of fast swimming from the 11 to 12 year-old set in 2013, including several national age group records.
Don’t worry about the future of American swimming. The pipeline is full of fast kids of all ages. Some of them are the fastest we’ve ever had, as evidenced by the NAGs they are setting.
Believe it or not, not everyone was shopping the weekend before Christmas. There were several age group and senior meets…
The past weekend produced many of the season’s fastest times to date. Find out who made the Daring Dozen.
Michael Andrew is one of the highlights in this “special edition” of SwimSwam’s Weekly Wonders.
There wasn’t a lot going on over Thanksgiving weekend so this report covers the last TWO weekends. A lot of…