In a time trial Wednesday in Palo Alto, Ryan Lochte posted the No. 4 200 IM time by an American man this season.
The nearly-35-year-old Lochte is entered to take his first step toward Tokyo Wednesday morning in Palo Alto.
Catch up on the biggest stories from one of the craziest weeks in swimming history.
July’s Drill of the Month comes to us from Jeremy Gregory, head senior coach of the Aquatic Team of Mecklenburg in Charlotte, NC.
The team of Brynn Wright, Nathan Delisle, Aislin Farris and Joshua Parent broke the 13-14 mixed-gender 400 free relay record Sunday.
Vollmer, the former world record holder, is scheduled to race the 100 fly for the last time in Palo Alto this week.
The school has tabbed veteran coach Teddy Guyer to lead the program, which is expected to compete at the varsity level in the 2020-2021 season.
Rising sophomore Max McHugh and senior Nick Saulnier sustained non-life-threatening injuries in a shooting in the early hours of Saturday morning.
With two gold medals Sunday, Simone Manuel separated herself from the group of eight women who had previously won six medals in a single meet.
Dressel, bolstered by the addition of mixed medley relays, broke a record he shared with Michael Phelps, Michael Klim and Matt Biondi.
Kenderesi admitted he “touched the buttocks of a Korean dancer working” at a Gwangju nightclub, and does not think he “committed any serious offense.”
Germany’s Florian Wellbrock took 1500 gold in a battle with Gregorio Paltrinieri and Mykhailo Romanchuk Sunday night in Gwangju.
Kenderesi was arrested early Sunday morning and returned to the Athletes’ Village, but will not be allowed to leave the country for 10 days.
The United States’ coaching staff signaled its willingness to play the hot hand, with the move paying off, by using Margalis on breast.