What did you learn from Day 3 of the 2015 SEC Championships? Here are our 5 Big Things.
Chase Kalisz and the rest of the men’s 400 IM field kick off tonight’s 2015 SEC Championship Finals session in Auburn, Alabama.
Georgia’s Chase Kalisz looks to repeat as 400IM SEC champion tonight and inch the Bulldogs closer to an SEC team championship title.
Last night’s 50 freestyle runner-up, Caeleb Dressel, is seeded first in this morning’s 100 fly battle.
Georgia head coach Jack Bauerle have his teams in the lead after two days of the 2015 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships
Georgia freshman Gunnar Bentz is zoning in on the 400 IM race, forgoing his 3rd seed in the men’s 200 freestyle.
Tynan Stewart had a breakout win in the 200 IM, and his Georgia Bulldogs lead the SEC on both the men’s and women’s sides.
One big question: Are the Georgia women untouchable right now? Chantal van Landeghem’s performances might say “yes.”
Alabama’s Kristian Gkolomeev swam the 5th-fastest 50 free in history with an 18.64 on day 2 of the SEC Championships, and he followed it up with another 18.6 leading off the winning 200 free relay.
Led by Dan Wallace, the Florida men will have 8 scorers in the men’s 500 free.
Caeleb Dressel improved upon his own National Age Group Record in the 50 yard free on Wednesday morning.
Georgia’s Matias Koski is the top seed in a very deep men’s 500 free on Wednesday morning.
Both of the University of Kentucky’s women’s and men’s 4 x 200y freestyle relays broke school records on day 1…
Steve Bultman has coached some fast swimmers down in College Station. One of them–freshman Beryl Gastaldello–may have made history last night.
Florida’s Dan Wallace is dropping the 200 IM on Wednesday in order to focus on defending his conference championship in the 500 free.