Do you know when the last time Katie Ledecky would say she had a poor showing in prelims?
Alia Atkinson was only .03 behind Katie Meili at the first wall, but Meili came home in 35.15 to take the win in 1:06.49 to Atkinson’s 1:06.84
Conor Dwyer dropped two seconds off his time from this morning to win in 1:46.61, tying him with Australia’s David McKeon for 8th in the world this year
defending Olympic gold medalist Dana Vollmer held off NCAA starKelsi Worrell to win in 56.94, the 4th-fastest time in the world this year.
Ledecky maintained her top seed from this morning and won the race in 1:55.71 to Schmitt’s 1:56.52
Michael Phelps finished well ahead of the rest of the field in the B-final. His 1:48.21 would have placed him 3rd in the A-final
a tight finish between six swimmers gave way to USA’s Ashley Twichell for the win
it was Alabama that threw down for the 200 medley title, going 1:22.28 to come within .01 of the NCAA and U.S. Open records
freshman Townley Haas belted a 1:30.46 to shatter American, U.S. Open and NCAA records in the 200 free.
Florida was third in team scores, riding a big-time weekend from Caeleb Dressel
NC State’s Simonas Bilis had a huge swim on night 4, moving into the top 5 all-time with a 41.18
NCAA champions Ryan Murphy and Josh Prenot break down how 7 consecutive top 2 team finishes in as many years is not just the goal, but the expectation
the Gator sophomore smashed his way back into the limelight in the 100 free, going 40.46 to break his own American record
At the meet’s conclusion, the Texas men walked away with 9 event titles out of 21 events, scoring 541.5 points total