Belinda Hocking is going to London after her fast 2:06.68 in the 200 back at Aussie Olympic Trials.
Camille Lacourt swims a 52.75 in the 100 back at French Olympic Trials, the fastest time this year.
Yannick Agnel makes the French Olympic team in 200 free record time, 1:44.42, the fastest textile time in 2 years.
“As a kid, I always smelled like chlorine. My hair and skin oozed chlorine.”
James Magnussen clocks a mind-blowing 47.10 in the 100 meters free at Australia’s Olympic Trials.
McKeever: “After three NCAA Championship Titles the next class has big shoes to fill.”
Leverenz: “I’ve always been a meters swimmer. I wasn’t a factor in yards…but I am now.”
Beisel: “I’m training through some big competitions, getting ready for Omaha, the U.S. Olympic Trials.”
Katinka Hosszu: “I was tired in the 200 fly. I justed wanted the win. The 400 IM, that’s my race, my favorite race.” (photo credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures.com)
Megan Romano, on her 200 free American Record, “I didn’t expect a 1:41 in the 200 free, but I’ll take it.”
Vanderpool: “I knew I had doubters after the 50 free. I felt I needed to prove myself in the 100 free…needed to prove I could win.”
Stanford Women close NCAAs with a new American Record!
Stephanie Peacock, UNC, breaks Janet Evans 1650 record with a 15:38.79 at Women’s NCAA Championships.
Breeja Larson, A&M, breaks her own NCAA record in the 100 breast, 57.71