Sometimes summer league attracts, or just plain encourages, competition all the way through senior year of high school. This begs the question.
Jack Brown is a veteran full of sage wisdom in the swimming world. He’s been there, done that, and makes the T-shirt look good.
I’m always interested to see what other summer traditions are like around the country. Will’s description of the Texas summer did not disappoint.
See what the best stories of the Pro Swim in Santa Clara were this past weekend
It’s been a year since Kris Kubik stepped down as the Associate Head Coach at UT, and while he has big shoes to fill, so far Wyatt Collins has been a seemingly solid replacement
Texas’ Madisyn Cox completed her IM sweep with a victory in the 200 IM tonight
At the finish, Michael Andrew and Jay Litherland touched simultaneously in the 200 IM, as both won gold with a pair of 2:00.48s.
Team USA veteran Matt Grevers was the only other man to break 54 tonight behind Murphy, clocking in at 53.90 to take silver.
After missing the podium in the 200 breast, Kevin Cordes bounced back to win gold tonight
Cal’s Katie McLaughlin (2:10.35) built a sizeable lead on the front half with a 1:01.35 opening split
The times may not show it, but Will Licon feels ready for World Champ trials in just a few short weeks
Kalisz was able to get his hand to the wall faster at the finish, winning in 1:56.60 to teammate Pace Clark’s 1:56.75
Canadian backstroke star Kylie Masse (1:00.34), the Olympic bronze medalist in this race, took off on the back half to outpace the rest of the field
Bentz negative split his 200 Free on Night 3 of Santa Clara, turning in a 54.83 at the 100 and bringing it home in 54.71 for a final time of 1:49.54
Stanford’s Allie Szekely dropped another chunk of time tonight, bringing her lifetime best down to a 4:41.10 en route to bronze