Alabama blew away the 400 medley relay SEC Meet Record by over a second with their winning time of 3:02.17. Waddell led them off in 44.10.
Bama’s Zane Waddell defended his title in the 100 back, setting a new SEC Record as he became the 5th fastest performer in history.
Alabama’s Rhyan White, who tied the SEC Meet Record this morning, smashed that mark tonight to become the 8th fastest swimmer in history.
Prelims of the event set up an exciting match up for tonight’s finals, as multiple swimmers have the potential to break these records.
His 4:06.32 broke the NCAA Record, formerly held by Haas, by nearly 2 seconds and broke the American Record, formerly held by Grothe, by nearly a second.
Tennessee’s Erika Brown hit the SEC Meet Record twice on night 2 of the 2020 SEC Swimming and Diving Championships in Auburn, Alabama.
Arkansas’ Anna Hopkin made history on Wednesday night at the 2020 SEC Championships. On the 2nd leg of Arkansas’ 200 free relay, Hopkin raced to a 20.27 split
The Florida Gators geared up for night 1 of the 2020 SEC Championships on Wednesday. Kieran Smith had a historic swim on the first leg of the 800 free relay.