A major meet in the city of Turin, 200 kilometers from the center of Italy’s outbreak, was suspended midday on Sunday over coronavirus COVID-19 fears.
Watch Erika Brown swim the 3rd-fastest 100 yard freestyle by a woman in history on the final night of the 2020 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships.
Maggie MacNeil has improved on her history-making freshman season at Michigan, but still has tough waters to navigate at the NCAA Championships.
The Virginia Cavaliers took the 2020 ACC Women’s Swimming & diving title with the highest score in championship history.
Denver’s Ariel Sanes swam a 52.32 in the 100 breaststroke, which broke the league championship record and is a possible NCAA qualifying time.
Italy’s Lombardy region is the country’s financial and industrial heart. It has seen 27 confirmed cases and 2 deaths in the coronavirus outbreak.
Paige Madden is the ACC’s fastest swimmer in both the 200 back and 1650 free this season, but opted to race the latter on Saturday.
Arkansas senior Anna Hopkin posted one of the fastest 100 yard free relay splits in history on Friday at the SEC Championships.
After winning the 400 IM on Friday, Northwestern’s Calypso Sheridan had to choose between the 200 breast and 200 back on Saturday.
The Chinese anti-doping authority told WADA that they planned to resume anti-doping activity domestically this week, starting with high risk athletes.
Among 5 highlight races worth watching on Friday night will be a battle between World Champion Zane Waddell (above) and charging sophomore Shaine Casas.
Khader Baqlah in the 200 free (above) was one of 2 event champions for the Florida men on day 3 of the SEC Championships as they pulled away from Texas A&M.
Long Island University captain Amanda Peren broke the NEC Record in the 200 IM by a second-and-a-half on Thursday evening.
Ohio State senior Kathrin Demler won the Big Ten title in the women’s 500 free on Thursday – her second career Big Ten title.
3 of the Big Ten’s top 6 100 butterfliers this season won’t swim the race on Friday, leaving Maggie MacNeil in comfortable position to defend her title.