Texas’ Jonathan Roberts used his strong backstroke leg to take control early on in the 400 IM, flipping at 2:02.16 though the first 200 meters to lead the field by over 2.5 seconds
With his first year as a California Bear coming to a close, Josa reflected on his transition from North Carolina
Ryan Lochte is finally making his return to competition this weekend at the US Open in East Meadow, NY… But why?
After not making France’s Worlds team, Damien Joly stormed back onto the scene with a monster 14:55 1500 at the US Open in New York
Erica Sullivan brought it home over the final 100 to win with 4:09.43, the eighth-fastest time in history for 15-16 girls
Harley finished in 2:10.57, a lifetime best, for the win in the mens 200 Breast in Long Island
Tutton took the victory in the women’s 200 Breast in a swift 2:24.80
It yields some pretty entertaining van rides when you pile 5-7 athletes in and tell them they’ll be eating soon
Matt Hutchins of Wisconsin Aquatics was all alone from start to finish in tonight’s 400
France’s Marie Wattel flipped in 26.21 to give herself the early lead. The field was never able to close in on her as she finished in 54.27 to win the race by nearly a full second
Ashley Twichell‘s lead was never in question, as the NCAC swimmer and open water world champion led from start to finish with an 8:30.63 to top the 800 field by over 4 seconds
U.S. Olympian Gunnar Bentz of the University of Georgia led the 200 fly from start to finish.
Columbia Swim Club has an Assistant Coach position opening, starting Sept 1, 2017
Now that the U.S. World Championship Trials have wrapped up, it’s time to take a look at their roster for Budapest and give it a little analysis.
Team USA will take 24 men and 21 women to Budapest next month for the 2017 World Championships.