The men and women of Columbia University narrowly defeated their Ivy League foes from Brown University Friday evening at a dual meet held at the Percy Uris Natatorium at Columbia University in New York.
The men from Penn State cruised to victory over the visiting University of West Virginia Friday.
On Wednesday, the Kansas Jayhawks earned their 6th-consecutive dual meet victory. The meet, which was hosted by William Jewell College, was swum in short course meters.
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West Virginia dominated their Big 12 opponents from TCU in the final swim meet to ever take place at WVU’s Natatorium, which has been the home of the Mountaineers since 1975.
Though the temperatures started very cold in Tallahassee on Thursday, they did not hinder hosts Florida State University from defending their home turf against visitors University of the Incarnate Word.
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Not only did Italy break a lot of National Records in 2018, but Italian swimmers posted times to put the rest of the world on watch. Who’s ready for some great showdowns in 2019?
38-year-old Nicholas Santos of Brazil ended 2018 with both a World Record and a World Championship, though not at the same time.
Though Chalmers was back to racing by July of 2017, just one month after heart surgery, his true return to form came in 2018 with explosive swims both at home and abroad.
Schoenmaker established herself as the top breastroker of the Commonwealth Games in May, posting times that would stand high in the world rankings for all of 2018.
In 2018, Chad le Clos cemented his legacy as one of the most dominant butterfly swimmers of all time, and particularly as one of the greatest short course meters swimmers.
At the 2018 European Championships in Scotland, van Rouwendaal won three gold medals and one silver.
Two huge victories and a narrow defeat that came down to a photo finish are a few of the reasons Hungarian Kristof Rasovszky is this year’s Male Open Water Swammy Award Winner.
While Smoliga earned the most gold medals of any competitor, Team USA’s Kelsi Dahlia leaves Hangzhou with 9 medals total, 7 of which are gold.