In the end, in about the last five strokes, Missy Franklin used her signature finishing speed to surge forward and win the 100 back in 1:00.03.
North Baltimore’s Allison Schmitt took it out and controlled the race from the first turn
Connor Dwyer, representing Trojan Swim Club, swam a solid race to earn the national title in the men’s 400 freestyle
Maya DiRado of Stanford Swimming had a superb finish to edge California Aquatics’Caitlin Leverenz for the national title in the women’s 200 IM
The future of American sprints faced off in the middle of the pool during the final of the women’s 50 free
American record-holder Nathan Adrian overcame a less-than-stellar start to outpace the field in the men’s 50 free
Michael Phelps of North Baltimore, seeded fourth after the morning’s heats, controlled the final from start to finish.
“I’m very excited to race in this suit leading up to Rio”
“To swim through the water that much faster is really mind blowing”
the Cal Men’s swim team has taken on Movember in its entirety
I’d say both Missy and Todd are definitely headed in the right direction
16-year-old professional swimmer Michael Andrew has had a busy fall
Caitlin Leverenz secured the victory in the 200 IM with the fourth fastest time in the world at 2:11.24.
Regan Smith of Riptide had a sensational weekend in Minnesota… to say the least
Marsh comments on USA’s ability as a whole to flip the switch one year out of the Olympic games