The 2020 FINA Champions Series is here, and there’s tons of races to watch as we enter the Olympic year. Check out the top 5 races to watch in Shenzhen.
Both Michigan Wolverine teams toppled the Indiana Hoosiers in Ann Arbor with the help of sophomore transfer Olivia Carter, contributing 3 individual wins.
With old records broken and more fast swimming, here is our list for the top 10 swims of 2019.
In just one year, Canadian Maggie MacNeil surged from junior Pan Pacs champion, to 7-time NCAA All-American, to World champion.
No one knew Matthew Wilson’s name until this year when he tied the then-200 breast world record before earning a Worlds silver medal.
South African Zane Waddell quickly went from SEC Champion, to NCAA Champion, to WUGs champion, all the way to World champion in just 5 months.
Schoenmaker had a historic year in 2019, becoming the first South African to medal at the LC Worlds meet just 3 weeks after picking up double WUGs golds
After undergoing successful shoulder surgery, Brazilian Bruno Fratus came back with a Worlds silver medal and 2 Pan Ams gold medals.
Your 2019 Swammy winner for Women’s NCAA Coach of the Year is Teri McKeever, who guided the Bears to a tight runner-up finish at the 2019 NCAAs.
Your South American Female swimmer of the year Swammy winner is Delfina Pignatiello, who broke 2 South American records and won 3 golds at the Pan Ams.
Sarah Sjostrom, captain of Energy Standard and the season MVP, topped the total prize money lists at the end of the ISL season with $137,700.
Energy Standard holds a slight lead on the Cali Condors and the London Roar. Tune in to find out who wins the ISL grand finale.
Catch full race videos from night 2 of the ISL grand finale, featuring Caeleb Dressel’s 3-for-3 wins and Energy Standard capturing the trophy.
Your Swammy winner for the 2019 High School Team of the Year goes to the girls of Baylor School (TN), who won the 2019 TISCA state meet by just 6 points.
The Cali Condors finished day one with 9 event wins, however, it wasn’t enough to hold off the undefeated Energy Standard, leading by 13.5 points.