Using an incredible underwater to gain momentum off the last turn, the Aggie was able to reel in and pass the Cardinal in the last few strokes to take the win
Pickrem was gracious enough to speak with SwimSwam while on the massage table, and she discussed how integral the team energy is at a meet like this
While Dressel didn’t swim his individual races today, there’s still the possibility that he’ll swim on Florida’s 200 medley relay and 800 free relay in tonight’s finals.
With Dressel making his way onto the list, half of the all-time top 10 are current or former Gators.
Bonetti spoke with SwimSwam from his “garage” (post race ice bath) and described the friendly rivalry he and co-captain Mauro Castillo have in the 200 IM
Day One of the Mizzou Invite saw several school records fall as nearly twenty teams converged to compete in Columbia, Missouri.
Dressel’s 1:40.61 is 6 hundredths faster than what it took to win NCAAs last season and narrowly shy of the SEC record.
Pickrem took off on the breaststroke leg and continued to push ahead as she finished in 1:53.38. That was just 8 hundredths shy of her lifetime best.
South Carolina’s Fynn Minuth was victorious in the 500 free on day 1 of the Georgia Tech Invite.
Purdue’s Kaersten Meitz took almost a full second off her best in the 500 free today with a big performance in front of the home crowd.
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As NCAA programs begin their all-important mid-year invite season this week, now is the perfect time to look at how fast swimmers will have to go to earn guaranteed and/or likely NCAA invites this winter.
The Florida men have put together a very strong recruiting class this year. Miguel Cancel was one of the top local talents to sign with the Gators last week.
California-based freestyler Kalie Novosedliak has joined the Florida Gators’ recruiting class. Novosedliak will travel across the country to join the…