After four world records fell Monday, four more – and a couple European records – fell Tuesday.
Para swimmers took down world records in the S5 200 free, SB9 100 breast, S6 50 free, and S11 50 free Monday.
Meyers took almost seven tenths off her previous American Record, going 1:04.22.
Canada’s Nicolas-Guy Turbide set his second Americas record of the 2018 Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships Sunday.
Americans Rebecca Meyers and Jessica Long picked up wins in the 200 IM Saturday, and Team Canada posted an impressive 10-medal day.
All a day removed from breaking world records in the 400 free, Aurélie Rivard, Becca Meyers, and Lakeisha Patterson won their respective 100 free races.
Murphy, the world record holder, took down Matt Grevers’ previous record of 52.91.
The former world record holder Masse took over half a second off Emily Seebohm’s former meet record.
University of Idaho diving coach Jim Southerland has been reinstated after being put on administrative leave following an initial SafeSport inquiry.
In her first race of the 2018 Pan Pacific Championships, Katie Ledecky lowered the meet record in 200 free prelims by over half a second.
Swimming the Catalina Channel is an impressive feat in and of itself. But one man took it a step further…
Carson Foster, Jake Foster, Jacob McDonald, and Adam Chaney swam a new Junior Nationals meet record in the 400 medley relay Saturday night.
The fifth and final day of prelims will feature the 200 IM, 50 free, women’s 1500, and men’s 800.