Texas A&M sophomore star Shaine Casas crushed a career-best 1:58.54 in the 200 long course meter IM that would have ranked 6th among American men last season.
In a weekend overshadowed by the ISL, high school senior Janelle Rudolph came up with a huge relay split in leading Bellevue to a Washington 3A state title.
Almost half of voters were most excited for the Tennessee Invite compared to four other major college swimming & diving invitationals.
Energy Standard technically holds the tiebreak over London as the European leader – but Adam Peaty and the Roar roster will be very tough to beat at home.
Five men in the United Kingdom were convicted last week of running a £65 million (~$84 million U.S. Dollar) steroid distribution operation in Europe.
Caeleb Dressel won $19,700 at the ISL’s American Derby in Washington, the highest single-meet total this year. He overtakes Sarah Sjostrom for the ISL lead.
World record-breaker Minna Atherton and the London Roar take on the undefeated Energy Standard team in a derby that could rival the league championship.
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps college swimming & diving team was assigned “mandatory educational programming” after 3 senior women quit over a document produced by the men’s team.
WADA’s Executive Committee will meet on December 9 to discuss recommendations for an ongoing compliance procedure with RUSADA, Russia’s anti-doping agency.
We’ve got a flood of mid-season invites this week, including the standout Tennessee Invite featuring ranked programs Indiana, Virginia, Tennessee & Georgia.
The Los Angeles Current knocked off the Cali Condors in a mild upset, forcing a tie for the American title. Both teams will represent the US in the ISL final.
Caeleb Dressel became the International Swimming League’s first two-time MVP, winning his second title despite his Cali Condors losing to the LA Current.
Ian Finnerty continues his big weekend, breaking an American 100 short course meter breaststroke record held by fellow IU alum Cody Miller.
The Caeleb Dressel-Kyle Chalmers rivalry continues, as Dressel today broke Chalmers’ U.S. Open 100 free record by a single hundredth of a second.
It’s been a fast start to the International Swimming League’s American derby, with an American record falling in the second men’s event.