Cal’s Forrest Frazier clocked a time of 1:03.05 in the men’s 100 breaststroke to put himself into Wave I of the U.S. Olympic Trials.
Bach, who finished fifth in the 100 breast at the 2021 Women’s NCAAs, went from not having the Wave I cut to achieving the Wave II mark with her 1:09.46.
Zirk has reset the record four times since the end of March, with this latest showing in Canet bringing the record under 1:47 for the first time (1:46.90).
Fourth in the women’s 200 IM in 2016, Madisyn Cox appears to be hitting her peak as we head into the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials.
Denison University led all NCAA Division III schools with 42 swimmers and divers earning All-American status this season.
The athletes will need to sign a waiver taking on all of the risks associated with COVID-19 in order to compete in Tokyo.
Michelle Steinfeld joins the DEI Council as Secretary & General Counsel and Leland Brown III has been brough on as Program Director.
After finishing third at the 2016 Olympic Trials, Will Licon had his ups and downs before delivering a massive best time of 2:07.62 in the summer of 2019.
After multiple health scares, including being put on a ventilator due to a infection, Johansson is on the cusp of qualifying for his first Olympic team.
Condorelli is aiming to qualify or the Italian Olympic team at the Sette Colli Trophy in June.
Lia Neal has announced her retirement from competitive swimming: “I’m ready for the next chapter of my life.”
The 17-year-old blasted to new meet records of 53.66 and 1:46.47 in the 100 breast and 200 IM, respectively.
Sjostrom is officially scheduled to compete in Canet, while Chad Le Clos and Katinka Hosszu are among the names confirmed for all three stops of the series.
The proposals include a clarification on the number of officials needed to conduct a meet, allowing relief if all coaches sign off on it.
Swimming’s newest world record holder, 16-year-old Italian Benedetta Pilato, won Italy’s first gold medal in the women’s 50 breaststroke to close 2021 Euros.