USA Swimming, Longhorn Aquatics and Olympian Cullen Jones Partner Up to Reduce Risk of Drownings
I asked Mel 1) why wasn’t he announcing swimming? and 2) Who will be… the next Rowdy?
Melvin Stewart is a man of many names. But to us at SwimSwam, he is Co-Founder and CEO.
As if NC State wasn’t making enough noise (literally, loudest team on deck) this weekend in Austin, they certainly ended the meet on a high note
What a swim for Matt Grevers, who posted a huge 53.31 in his first big meet since the 2016 Olympic Trials
Michael Andrew had a solid meet, including a 3rd place finish in the 200 IM on the last night, a 4th place in the 100 Breast, and 2 best times in the 400 IM
Breeja Larson, who looked ecstatic after her race, swam a very strong 1:07.17 to ultimately get the win
Daiya Seto capped off his meet in Austin with 2 victories in the 200 fly and 200 IM, barely touching ahead of Olympic medalist Josh Prenot in the latter
The Texas Longhorns accomplished a feat that hasn’t been done in over 2 decades when they defeated the Georgia women on Saturday afternoon
Grieshop held 2nd through the front half of the race, but NC State’s Ipsen made a big push on the breaststroke leg to move ahead
NC State’s Anton Ipsen ran away with the men’s 400 free, leading from start to finish to take gold in 3:49.59
Hali Flickinger had quite a night in Austin on Saturday, competing in both the 200 free and 200 backstroke
Canadian Olympic medalist Hillary Caldwell (2:09.76) popped an in-season 2:09 to win the 200 back
Cal’s Jacob Pebley threw down a 1:55.95 to dominate the 200 back final, taking it out in 56.22 and extending his lead on the 2nd 100 with a 59.33
U.S. Olympians Matt Grevers (22.66) was just .01 shy of a podium finish, taking 4th respectively