7 out of every 10 voters picked Caeleb Dressel’s 1:40.61 200 IM as the most impressive off-event swim of the opening weekend of college invite season.
Anton Ipsen has had a huge November. And we had thought his October was pretty darn good, too.
Just two women’s teams hold the top time this month in 14 different NCAA events. It’s no secret that Stanford, owner of 8 of those events, is a powerhouse. But the team with 6 top rankings is far less hyped: coach Steve Bultman’s Texas A&M Aggies.
400 freestylers Nathan Wells and Ross Hill still had their event to come, and blasted a 1-2 finish that secured an international virtual dual meet win for Loughborough University of Great Britain.
The University of California San Diego will complete its expected jump to the Division I level and will join the Big West Conference in 2020.
South Africa has announced its selection procedures for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, stemming from the KZNA Provincial Championships next month.
New Zealand has announced its selection procedures for all of 2018’s major international meets, including the Pan Pacific Championships.
The first international virtual dual meet between Great Britain’s Loughborough University and Canada’s University of Toronto ended in a tight, three-point meet on the men’s side, with Loughborough taking both wins.
Great Britain’s Loughborough University and Canada’s University of Toronto are set to contest their first-annual virtual dual meet Saturday, with Loughborough’s lineup already set.
In case you missed any of the college swimming competition from this weekend, we’ve included the final scores below for…
At the Art Adamson Invite this weekend, Drabot blasted the nation’s fastest 200 fly time – and not only that, a time that would have earned second place at last year’s NCAA Championships.
With the #1 overall pick in the 2018 SwimSquad Draft, Team Krayzelburg selects…
Wisconsin’s school newspaper The Daily Cardinal is reporting that Olympian Cierra Runge is leaving the Wisconsin Badger program.
With final cluster and series bonuses factored in, Sarah Sjostrom leads all earners on the 2017 World cup with $371,700. Chad le Clos takes home $328,100.
Sarah Sjostrom won her first-ever FINA World Cup title by a wide margin, while Chad le Clos outlasted Vladimir Morozov to win his fourth overall title.