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Queens has become known for producing talent that would challenge for DI national titles, so I was excited to see the kind of work they do for myself.
Michigan’s Miles Smachlo Lamanted that his easy speed was not there this weekend, and swam 2 very different races between the prelims and finals of his 2Fly
Harvard freshman Felicia Pasadyn pulled the “dirty double” on Saturday night of the Minnesota Invite, swimming in the A final of the 2Fly and 2Back
Auboeck, the defending national champion, left the second pack behind to hammer home with a 14:42.29 in the 1,650, after a 500 that he felt was lacking
After being caught in a shoot out this summer, Max McHugh has returned to training and competition, putting up some very fast times at the Minnesota Invite
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After winning the mile at the beginning of tonight’s session, Brooks Fail got back in for another grueling race and managed to race to third in 1:42.13
Since this is a wrap-up, I’m giving you my top 4 swims of the weekend, my top 4 surprises of the weekend, and as always, the syrup on top.
When asked about the week the horns have had in Minnesota, Katz admitted that this Texas team is “weirder than we’ve ever been”
Reece Whitley took this one, becoming the new national leader this season. He nearly went under 1:51, winning at 1:51.02
In a feat never done before, Abbey Weitzeil, became the first woman ever under twenty-one seconds in the 50-yard freestyle. But How?
On top of his massive 43.82 butterfly relay split, Alvin Jiang posted lifetime bests in the 100 fly (44.94) and 100 back (45.26) in Minnesota this weekend
Haas, out in 50.98, came home with a pair of 27-mids to win with 1:45.92, breaking the US Open record set all the way back in 2005
In the championship final, Allison Schmitt established the pace early on and held off a strong finish from Siobhan Haughey to secure the victory