Andrew has returned to the form we are used to seeing him in: shattering NAG records like it’s his job
Michael Phelps is back. Read that again, Michael Phelps is back.
Conger came back hard on Phelps towards the end in order to put up the seventh fastest time in the world this year.
Maxime Rooney turned first at every wall and managed to hold on for the victory in the men’s 200m freestyle, becoming a national champion at just 17
Defending Olympic champion and American record holder Allison Schmitt came through with her first US National Championship title since the 2012 Olympic Trials.
Gunnar Bentz ran away from the field to win the men’s 400 IM with a final time of 4:14.17.
Zane Grothe was the first swimmer off the blocks, and maintained that lead all the way through the race, winning with a time of 3:45.98.
The fact that Vollmer has gone from 1:00 to :58 with 5 months of training under her belt certainly speaks to her being a serious contender
Caitlin Leverenz topped the field in the women’s 200 IM with the ninth fastest time in the world this year of 2:10.70
Wilson, a senior-to-be at Emory, has been training with the Texas Longhorns this summer.
Tonight it was the short course star (who is quickly making a name for herself in long course) that came out ahead.
It is safe to say that her passion for the sport is back in full force and more tenacious than ever. Rhi Jeffrey (right) poses with Gigi Sharp.
Current world leader Femke Heemskerk of the Netherlands was all but untouchable during her first ever taste of competition on U.S. soil.
For the second consecutive day, Cal Bear Ryan Murphy beat a murderer’s row of backstroking threats by a wide margin.
It’s been an interesting weekend for Connor Jaeger, who won the 200 free and 1500 free, but dropped the 400 and 800 to fellow distance man Michael McBroom.