Dressel left for the remainder of the regular season following match 6, in order to rest and gear up for the playoffs.
The annual CSCAA National Championships were held in Lawrence, KS yesterday, with Nebraska winning the women’s team title, and Northern Michigan the men’s.
The first dual meet of the 2021-2022 NCAA swimming & diving season took place yesterday, with UNC Wilmington hosting Army for a men’s and women’s meet.
UNC Wilmington is hosting Army at the Seahawk Natatorium, which will be the first official NCAA meet of the season.
The agency reports that it collected 6,200 samples from a total of 4,255 athletes throughout the Games.
In her 2 ISL matches, McIntosh made a huge impact for a Toronto Titans team that has been in excellent form so far.
WADA has been busy the last week, announcing meetings with governments around the globe, and the funding of 18 new research projects.
Earlier this week, FINA announced the addition of an “Aquatics Festival” that will be running alongside the 2021 SC World Champs in Abu Dhabi in December.
McIntosh swam a blistering personal best of 3:58.78, leading a 1-2 punch for Toronto in this event, with Julia Hassler clocking a 4:01.09.
Knox’s improvement here is huge for Toronto, who have had a fantastic start to this season through the first few matches.
Tokyo 2020 organizers have released the data on the transmission of COVID during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, which have now concluded.
The goal of the OASP is to provide money to FINA’s National Member Federations, which can be used to continue to the development of aquatic sports.
The organization has dubbed this new slate of events the “Aquatics Festival,” and it will include diving, high diving, and open water swimming events.
His SCM 1500 time of 14:36.12, which is nearly 2 years old, converts to a 14:30.89 SCY 1650, which would have been the 3rd-fastest in the NCAA last season.
Notably, Beata Nelson is not racing the women’s 100 backstroke today, despite winning the 200 back yesterday.