Previews & Recaps
22 women and 26 men will represent the US in the pool at the World Championships this summer, with 5 swimmers competing in the open water events.
Kate Douglass takes aim at Alex Walsh’s U.S. Open record in the women’s 200 IM (2:07.84), which she was less than a half second shy of in prelims (2:08.29).
The 5th and final day of racing at the 2023 U.S. National Championships will feature the 200 IM, 50 free, men’s 800, and women’s 1500.
The 200 IM sees Alex Walsh, who already qualified for the World Champs via a second-place finish in the 400 IM, come in as the top seed.
Leah Smith scratched the 200 IM after entering the meet seeded 4th, avoiding a crowded field that includes Alex Walsh, Leah Hayes, and Kate Douglass.
Ross Dant has missed major international teams on numerous occasions from Olympics to World Champs… but not this time.
Coming into the race, Matheny and his coach, Ray Looze, were confident that if he could secure a middle lane for the final, the rest would take care of itself
After the race, Johnston explained that the hand signal he and his teammates do before any of his races means “shock the world”.
18-Year-Old Jillian Cox surprised many, including herself, by touching 2nd in the women’s 800 free (8:20.28).
After making his 2nd LCM world championships, Carson Foster was excited to be back on Team USA.
Curzan is listed as a “do not contact” in the portal, which means coaches from other teams cannot initiate contact with her.
As Team USA prepares for the World Championships, we break down our biggest takeaways from their showing at this year’s National Championships.
Should we have been surprised by the change in 50 selection procedure? History tells us no and in fact the US does more for the 50 winners than you may think
Let’s take a look at some of the top SwimSwam comments from the articles written during the 2023 U.S. National Championships.