Caeleb Dressel, who swapped in this event instead of the 200 IM, paid off as he won the 50 fly in American record-breaking fashion.
Michale Andrew is still weighing his options for looking ahead to the 2020 Olympic Trials, but he does reveal one piece of interesting information
Unsurprisingly, Kelsi Dahlia of the Cali Condors parlayed strong underwaters into a solid win in the first event of the day, touching in 55.78
Margalis’s mark was a new American Record, surpassing the time of 4:24.62 Caitlin Leverenz put up at the 2011 Duel in the Pool.
Siobhan Haughey has continued her onslaught of the Hong Kong National Records in swimming with 2 more marks going down on Saturday
Finnerty’s time appears to be an American Record, breaking the mark of 26.10 formerly held by Michael Andrew, who also got under his old time with 26.09
Backstroke and relay ace Matt Grevers confirmed that he will be shaving AND tapering for the ISL Finals in Las Vegas, because… why wouldn’t you?
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When SwimSwam visited Virginia Tech for Practice + Pancakes, we sat down with Sergio Lopez to see how he approaches working on technique with swimmers
The hokies were coming off of a tri-meet with Queens and Pitt Friday afternoon, but head coach Sergio Lopez wasn’t letting the racing stop there
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Harvard’s Dean Farris blasted out of the tight field in the remaining meters to take the first men’s title of the 2020 PSS season
The teens dominated the men’s 200 fly A-final as national champion Luca Urlando crushed the field with the top US time and 2nd-fastest time in the world
While Grothe thought he was overtrained last summer, he realized something else might be the problem. After he slept for 12 hours daily for 2 weeks
After breaking the pool record this morning by 2 seconds, 18-year-old Carson Foster chipped another two seconds off his leading swim to win at 1:58.93