Regan Smith won the 100 back last night by hundredths over Olivia Smoliga, and she’ll look to set herself up for another win tonight with a strong swim this morning in the 200 back.
This will be the third consecutive appearance at the Euro Meet in Luxembourg for Sjöström, who we haven’t seen in action since this past November.
Things got off to a bit of an odd start, as Illinois powered to a win in the 200 medley relay, with Notre Dame’s A and B relays taking 2nd and 3rd and Iowa’s A relay placing 4th.
Luca Urlando had the quickest time this morning in the 200 free and is within podium striking distance in the 100 fly, too.
Alina Kendzior won twice as Louisville’s men and women defeated Missouri.
Kenisha Liu won the 200 free and 50 free for the Bruins on Monday.
Noelle Peplowski was just another incoming breaststroker for IU. Half a year after graduating high school, she’s a realistic candidate for making the 100 breast A final at NCAAs.
His time of 24.68 was good enough to break the Pro Swim Series record, which was a 24.74 held by Japanese backstroker Junya Koga.
Katie Ledecky is entered in the 200 free and 400 IM this morning in Knoxville.
The Midland, Texas, native has been coaching in the Atlanta area of late, and in 2018 started training with the UGA pro group at the Athens Bulldogs Swim Club.
Erica Sullivan from the Sandpipers of Nevada is the top seed for the women in the 800 free.
With swimmers coming back to school and dual meet racing after mid-season invites, winter break, and tough training, sometimes it’s…
Louisville comes to Columbia to take on the Missouri Tigers, and the Cardinals have Mallory Comerford and Zach Harting back after their trip to Hangzhou for Worlds.
Simone Manuel is one of the premier athletes set to race in Knoxville this week.
The point of test events is to benefit athletes as well as spectators and the host city itself, as top international and national contests will also serve as practice runs for athletes, spectators, and organizers.