Chase Kalisz and Zane Grothe are tied for the top TYR Pro Swim Series prize after Austin, while Li Bingjie leads the women’s standings.
Amanda Kendall, pictured, was one of KrayzelburgSquad’s three swimmers to hit a perfect two wins in both their SwimSquad scoring events.
The Krayzelburg Squad will win the points total competition at the 2018 TYR PSS – Austin, after a monster showing in the shoot-out events tonight. Sandeno Squad’s Zane Grothe is the only swimmer who will swim a scoring event tomorrow.
SwimSquad scorers Hali Flickinger, Madisyn Cox, and Olivia Smoliga all no-showed a non-scoring event this morning.
2018 PRO SWIM SERIES – AUSTIN Thursday, January 11 – Sunday, January 14, 2018 Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swim…
Today’s top-flight prelims scratches mostly tell us things we already know, as Tom Shields is out for health concerns; Mallory Comerford and Leah Smith are both home training; and Pace Clark, Elise Haan, and Quah Zheng Wen all are holding to yesterday’s scratches.
The 2018 Pro Swim Series starts up this weekend in Austin, and with the addition of a SwimSquad team battle-for-the-title, new shoot-out stroke 50 events, the mixed 400 medley relay, and a “mystery stroke order” 200 IM, 2018 is shaping up to be a particularly exciting year.
2018 UK, OSU, Toledo Double Dual January 5 – January 6, 2018 Lancaster Aquatic Center, Lexington, Kentucky Short course yards…
GEORGIA TECH VS. SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN (SCAD) Saturday, January 6th, 2018 Chatham County Aquatic Center, Savannah, Georgia…
2018 Hawai’i, Minnesota, Drury Double Dual Saturday, January 6th Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex, Honolulu, Hawai’i Short Course Yards Results &…
After coming back from a major surgery and a coach change to tie for the most-ever open water world championships medals won by a woman, Brazilian Ana Marcela Cunha is our 2017 Swammy Award winner for Open Water Swimmer of the Year.
Adam Peaty’s Mirror Breaststroke video blew up the internet and blew our minds in 2017, and that’s why it’s our 2017 Swammy Award winner for Viral Video of the Year.
Despite getting dismissed from his club team for being “too old,” Bruno Fratus came back in a huge way with a pair of World Championships silver in 2017, which is why he is our 2017 Swammy Award winner for South American Swimmer of the Year.
After winning Brazil’s first-ever long course world championships title, Brazilian backstroker Etiene Medeiros is our 2017 South American Female Swimmer of the Year.
Caroline Baldwin went 47.14 yesterday in the 100 free at the Tennessee Invite, ranking her second in the NCAA behind only Mallory Comerford.