Josh Prenot taking down Kevin Cordes in the 200 breast was a surprise to our readers
Michael Phelps made his fifth Olympic team last night, but his ultimate final time stumped our readers
Seven brave (and foolish) souls picked someone other than Michael Phelps to win tonight’s 200 butterfly
Olivia Smoliga came up golden in the women’s 100 backstroke. How did our readers fare in predicting her winning time?
Ryan Murphy was the favorite according to our readers in the men’s 100 backstroke. He got the win tonight to earn a spot on the Olympic team.
Katie Ledecky’s and Leah Smith’s times in their 1-2 finish in the 400 free weren’t quite what our readers expected
592 of 593 entrants who made selections for the women’s 400 free correctly picked Katie Ledecky to win.
Our contestants did pretty well at predicting the top three times in last night’s men’s 400 IM, where college teammates Chase Kalisz and Jay Litherland went 1-2
Connor Jaeger, tonight’s 400 freestyle champion, was a heavy fan favorite in our Pick ‘Em contest
This was an easy choice: Katie Ledecky and company are the NCAA’s #1 women’s class
Junior World Record holder Claire Adams headlines a small but mighty class for the Texas Longhorns
Kirsten Jacobsen is one of many reasons for Arizona fans to be excited for the next few years of Wildcat swimming
Haase was 1:07.05, seven tenths off her morning swim but almost a full second ahead of the runner-up in night 1 in Santa Clara
Dirado swam a new lifetime best in the 200 free by 7 tenths in the 200 free, which could have some interesting ramifications for the U.S. Olympic relay picture
Australia’s top two entrants held their seeds in night 1’s opening event in Santa Clara, putting up twin 1:56s