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Welcome to Braden Holloway’s underwater world.
The Texas A&M women had a pretty normal Thursday afternoon practice. Which included a lot of things that might not be so normal if you aren’t an Aggie.
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Since the arrival of Jeremy Kipp and his staff to Northwestern, the men’s and women’s teams have noticed a difference in culture. Not to mention that now they’re 1 team instead of 2.
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Regardless of what group they were in, everyone got a recovery day. However, that didn’t mean just swimming easy for 2 hours. At MOR, recovery day means weak stroke focus day.
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We’ve seen the videos, we’ve heard the legends, and we had to get a closer look for ourselves. Here’s the breakdown
Needless to say when there’s a possibility of racing a 50 IM, there were some great battles to be had.
Carsten Vissering of USC broke 51 seconds for the first time to win the men’s 100 breast in 50.88, and also becomes the first man to do it this season
The Longhorn women moved past Cal for the fastest time in this event this seasons, thanks to all four women splitting under 48, with three of the four at 47.3 or better.
USC’s Louise Hansson completed her sweep of the butterfly events this meet, winning with a time of 1:51.52 that moves her past Ella Eastin for the fastest time in the NCAA this season.
Patrick Mulcare of USC swam over a second faster than he did this morning to take the win with a 1:38.91, making him the first man under 1:39 this season.