Jacob Pebley had a successful weekend in Indy, placing 2nd in the 100 Back, 2nd in the 200 Back, and 4th in the 100 Free.
After a break and some time to reflect, Federica Pelligrini is still committed to bettering herself in the pool
In an absolutely loaded heat, Nathan Adrian and Vladimir Morozov tied for the win in the men’s 50 free A-final in a time of 22.09
4-time Rio Olympic medalist Penny Oleksiak, having faced a slew of injuries this fall, is happy with her performances in Indianapolis
James Guy held off British teammate Duncan Scott for the win in the men’s 200 free, clocking a time of 1:47.11.
Prenot dug in hard at the finish, pulling out a 32.99 for the last 50
Zane Grothe and James Guy dueled it out for the win, with Grothe just sneaking ahead at the end
Louisville’s Mallory Comerford and Kelsi Worrell not only won their individual events last night, they also make great roommates.
Nathan Adrian of Cal posted a 48.66, taking the win using a 24.73 back half to blow out the field.
Michael Andrew and Seth Stubblefield tied with a 53.95 for third place in the 100 fly of night 1 of the APSS in Indy
You want the electricity of something big and meaningful and full of emotional grit. And you want it once a week.
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