Gaziev will not compete due to “a matter currently before the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport” which often deals with matters related to doping.
Fairweather returned to New Zealand this week and was welcomed home by her family, dog, as well as members of her high school.
The Wyoming LSC Championships remembered the three Wyoming athletes who died in a single-vehicle car crash on Thursday.
It took 12 years to get there, but SwimSwam has officially passed the 1 million (approved) comments barrier. And you’ll never guess who pushed us over.
Gretchen Walsh made history twice tonight breaking her own NCAA, American, and US Open records in the 50 free with a 20.57.
Guiliano is the defending ACC Champion in the 200 free and will look to defend his title later this week. Notre Dame finished 4th in the relay.
The Florida relay went on to break the SEC record that the Georgia women set back at 2016 NCAAs. Sims led off in an SEC record as well.
Gretchen Walsh went out in a 47.15 and touched in a 1:40.23 the 3rd fastest 200 freestyle ever and the fastest since 2018.
Nocentini has excelled in the sprint breaststroke events as of recently after previously being primarily a sprint freestyler.
The Cal and Stanford men will face off this weekend in the final dual meet of the season. Check out all of the conference meets for the week here.
The Georgetown men look ready to make it three-straight conference titles in a row while the women’s side may look a little different.
The USA topped the medal table with 20 total medals. China finished the meet with seven gold medals and 11 total medals.
Kate Douglass set her second LCM American Record, breaking the 50 free becoming the 2nd American under the 24 second mark in history.
Claire Curzan swept the backstroke events and won silver in the 100 fly while Wiffen won the men’s 800 and 1500 freestyles.
Wiffen moved up from #7 all-time to #5 as he captured Ireland’s second World Title ever after he won the 800 free earlier this week.