Italian record holder and world junior record holder Nicolo Martinenghi is reportedly dealing with a groin injury, one that began last spring….
We’ll go over who we’ll see racing on the women’s side, and break down our predictions for each round.
The 2018 TYR Pro Derby will be held at the University of Louisville on April 28th, featuring a shootout style set of heats of 50 freestyle.
Camryn Forbes, after her freshman season with Indiana, is transferring to Pitt. Meanwhile, Bailey Andison is heading to IU after finishing three seasons with Denver.
He posted a 26.73 in the 50 breast yesterday, taking just under two tenths off of his previous best of 26.91.
Sjöström took the 50 free and 100 fly in Bergen.
Germany was well represented yesterday in Bergen, with Sarah Köhler swimming to two wins and Philip Heintz putting down the #2 time in the world in the 200 IM.
The former USC swimmer raced to a fourth place finish in the 50 free at the 2017 Budapest World Championships.
That’s just off her season best of 52.77, done just last week at the Stockholm Open.
Federica Pellegrini nearly snatched the 100 back Italian record with her win in that same event tonight (1:00.03).
This was Dwyer’s first competitive swim in a while.
Now, with Carnevale, UGA’s medley relays will be much more competitive and dangerous next year.
Jackson Etter (left) and Jack Kucharczyk (right) will both transfer from IU to ASU for next season.
Additionally, Margherita Panziera was 59.96 in the 100 back, becoming the first Italian woman to break 1:00 in that event.
The 2012 Olympic Champion in the 200 free, Allison Schmitt, is expected to get back to racing this weekend in Mesa.