The three-time defending NCAA champions earned a majority of the votes at 55.1% – but the rest of the field pulled solid numbers.
California’s new law allowing NCAA student-athletes to earn money puts me in a tough position. On the one side is fairness, and on the other is swimming.
Round 1 saw a lot of blowouts between our “seeded” and “unseeded” events. Round 2 should set up some more intriguing showdowns in our hardest event bracket.
Just over a year ago I entered the CrossFit world to spice things up and I learned several important things along the last 12 months.
We’re pitting NCAA events in a tournament bracket to answer swimming’s ultimate question: what truly is the hardest event?
Almost two thirds of voters still expected the NC State men to outplace the NC State women this season at NCAAs. Both teams were 4th in our College previews.
About half of voters had Beisel landing on the jury with the players voted out after the merge. Only 14% had her booted early, but only 17% say she’ll win.
Is this a case about an athlete attempting to cover up his own doping by smashing his own sample as so many instantly believed?
A heavy majority of voters went with Gretchen Walsh as the most likely World Junior champ to medal at next summer’s Olympics.
Luca Urlando and Andrei Minakov topped our poll of boys World Junior champs most likely to win a medal of any kind at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The New York Breakers pulled off a come-from-behind touchout to best the London Roar in finals of our International Swimming League logo bracket challenge.
Andrew Wilson has been #1 among Americans in the 100 breast for the past two years, so it’s not terribly surprising to see him dominate this poll.
It’s the finals of our International Swimming League (ISL) logo bracket challenge – and we’ve got a battle across the Atlantic between London and New York.
“Swimming for almost 21 hours can bring out the worst in your temperament, and I wouldn’t be doing the swim justice if I said otherwise.”
Round one saw mostly blowouts, but did have some intrigue. Now it’s time for the semifinal round in our battle of the ISL logos.