Here we hace the race videos from day 4 of the meet. That includes the 100 back, 200 breast, 100 fly, 200 IM, 50 free, and 800 free.
Here we have the race videos from day 3 of the meet. That includes the 200 free, 50 breast, 50 fly, 200 back, and 400 IM.
Here we have the race videos from days 1 and 2 of the meet. That includes the 1500 free, 100 free, 100 breast, 50 back, 200 fly, and 400 free.
Distance ace Delfina Pignatiello became the first Argentianian to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games with her performance at the Argentina National Championships.
Irina Pikiner, who swept the women’s sprint freestyles earlier in the meet, picked up another win with a 27.67 in the 50 fly as she clipped Anastasia Manakov (27.71) at the finish.
Daryna Zevina picked up another sprint backstroke title.
Shevtsov, who won the 50 free yesterday, turned in a 48.73 for the 100 free title. That’s about a half second off his best, as he’s the National Record holder with a 48.26 from 2017 Worlds.
Cal’s Andrew Seliskar has always been a versatile force to be reckoned with, but until 2 days ago, he had never won an individual NCAA title.
Was it risky to choose the 100 back over the 200 free individually? Well, Harvard’s Dean Farris is the fastest in the NCAA in both.
Tonight’s 100 back final could see the 2nd man to ever break 44 seconds, as Dean Farris, Coleman Stewart, and John Shebat all prepare to race for the title.
Seliskar turned heads as he missed Caeleb Dressel’s American Record by just a hundredth.
In prelims on Thursday morning, Seliskar dropped half a second to take top seed for finals in the 200 IM.
Grand Canyon’s Mark Nikolaev, the 8th fastest performer ever in the 100 back, will opt out of this morning’s 200 IM.
The reigning 100 backstroke champion returns as NC State’s Coleman Stewart is the top seed heading into NCAAs.
Stanford’s Taylor Ruck will race Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson for the 200 back title.