The 12-year-old went 25.02 and now holds the 50 and 100 short-course yard NAG records for the 11-12 age group.
An existing back injury flared up during this morning’s prelims, ending Clary’s weekend prematurely.
SwimMAC’s Lawrence pulled out to an early lead and survived a late charge by 2013 NCAA Champ Laura Sogar to win the Austin Grand Prix 200 breaststroke.
Adrian won the race from an outside lane, leading wire-to-wire to put up a great time against a stacked field.
Katie Ledecky simply swam away from the field in this race as she’s become known for doing, picking up a win by 5 seconds over a tough field.
Yannick Agnel once again proves his freestyle prowess over a huge range of distances, winning the 400 free at Austin.
Tom Shields used his outstanding underwaters to leave the field in his wake on night 1 of the Austin Grand Prix.
After tying the his own 13-14 record in prelims, Andrew got in the pool around 8 minutes later to break the record in a time trial.
Richard Funk put up the second-fastest 100 breast in the NCAA this season in helping Michigan build a 21-point lead over Florida on day 1.
Georgia Bulldogs star and defending NCAA champ Chase Kalisz has been cleared to return to competition with the team, the University of Georgia announced tonight.
Reid Patterson, Georgia’s first national champion and Olympian in swimming, passed away earlier this week. He was 81.
Nathan Adrian went 48.26 for a nice 100 free win, while Katie Ledecky blew away the 400 free field, going 4:04.46.
The Australian has twelve swims under 48 seconds, tied with France’s Alain Bernard and one ahead of World Record-holder Cesar Cielo. More impressive is that all 12 of Magnussen’s swims have come in the post-bodysuit era.
Mark Gallagher (’98) and John Mohler (’50) join 9 other Loyola alums in the Hall of Fame Class of 2014.
Both Mountain West weekly award-winners came out of the same 4-team meet – San Diego State freshman Frida Berggren was named Swimmer of the Week, while Colorado State sophomore Ariana Milone won Diver of the Week.