The Texas men have overtaken Cal for the #1 spot in the latest CSCAA dual meet poll, while Florida continues to lead Tennessee on the women’s side.
Caeleb Dressel and the Cali Condors lead all American franchises in points so far, but the LA Current are just a single point behind.
Rematch! Erika Brown won two races against Kate Douglass in a dual meet earlier this year. They could meet up to three more times at the Tennessee Invite.
We’ve got a fierce competition on the men’s side, while Katie Ledecky holds the top three women’s swims in the early goings of the 2019-2020 Pro Swim Series.
Katie Ledecky won $6,500 in prize money on three wins and a third place in Greensboro. She also earned the $1500 prelims point bonus with her 400 freestyle.
The defending NCAA runner-up Cal women will take on UC-San Diego in a rare Monday dual, the highlight of a light slate of college duals.
International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach has announced a $10 million action plan against doping, broken into four parts.
College dual meets are notoriously tricky to weigh. Still, when an unranked team beats the #5 team in the nation at a neutral site, people take notice.
An overwhelming majority – almost three-quarters – of voters picked the Cali Condors to win the American derby in the International Swimming League.
It’s been a record spree in Kazan, and three more national records fell on the fourth day of Russia’s Short Course Championships.
Hali Flickinger is scheduled to swim all 3 women’s events on the meet lineup Thursday: the 200 free, 200 back, and 400 IM.
World champ Simone Manuel was the top 100 free qualifier this morning, checking in at #8 in the world. She’ll challenge the PSS record of 53.12 tonight.
Three women broke Russian records on day 3 of Short Course Russian Nats: Arina Surkova, Maria Kameneva and Anastasia Kirpichnikova.
It’s an odd contrast of intensely complex strategy and thoughtful discussion about gender in group dynamics as Elizabeth Beisel’s Survivor game continues.
5th-seeded Madisyn Cox (women’s 400 free) is the top scratch out of tonight’s finals session at the Greensboro Pro Swim Series.