It’s been 3 years since Abbey Weitzeil set the American Record in this pool. Tonight, she finally broke that record again, along with the NCAA Record.
The work she’s done on breaststroke really paid off, as she continued to pull ahead of Stanford’s 2018 champion Ella Eastin through the back half.
Brooke Forde, despite accidentally swimming an extra 50 at the end of her race, sealed a new Pool Record for Stanford (6:47.22) with her anchor split
Freshman teammate Taylor Ruck stole the show on the 3rd leg, pulling Stanford body lengths ahead with a 1:39.83.
After nearly losing his U.S. Open record this morning, Michael Andrew was determined to win the 50 breast against Brazilian veteran Felipe Lima. However, it was Lima who threw out fast closing strokes to take out Andrew by 0.04 seconds.
All you need is a winning mindset. At the forefront of their mental game? Securing the bag.
After the 2016 Olympic Trials, though he didn’t want to give swimming up, Malone didn’t have the funds to keep swimming, and took his sub-optimal performances at trials as a sign that it was time to move on.
For Caeleb Dressel, there’s dryland and there’s weight training. 2 Completely different things, both vital to getting stronger, faster, and more powerful.