Michael Andrew: I woke up an hour and a half late this morning (Video)

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  • Saturday, Nov 12 – Sunday, Nov 13, 2016
  • Indiana University Natatorium, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN
  • Short course yards format
  • Start times: Saturday: 4:30 PM Eastern, Sunday: 11:30 AM Eastern
  • Rosters
  • Meet site
  • Live stream
  • Live results

USA Swimming’s inaugural College Challenge kicks continues this afternoon, as a mixed squad of veterans and youngsters representing the USA National Team will face a collection of top notch swimmers from the Big Ten Conference. You can watch the action live at the link above, but we’ll providing live updates throughout the afternoon, as well.

Following day 1, the USA National Team leads the Big Ten with a score of 185 to 111.

MEN’S 200 IM:

Team USA’s Michael Andrew picked up his 2nd win of the day in the 200 IM. Andrew built himself a lead of over a second, getting his hand to the wall in a winning time of 1:44.20. Jacob Pebley‘s 1:45.63 was good for his 2nd silver of the day, while the Big Ten’s Evan White claimed 3rd in 1:46.63.

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6 years ago


Tom from Chicago
6 years ago

Who is Cameron Craig? He split a 42.4 on the free leg after Andrew split a 46 in the 100 fly. Wow.

There is a good argument to make that the US should convert to LCM. We really do have amazing SCY programs, too bad we don’t have too many 50M pools.

Reply to  Tom from Chicago
6 years ago

Cameron Craig is a rising talent…freestyle and butterfly boss. He goes to ASU and is training with Bowman. One to watch.

Silent but Violent
6 years ago


6 years ago

I woke up an hour and a half late this morning also. Then I ate some bagels. Michael did slightly better than that…Nice swims.

6 years ago

He could tell that he had his endurance with a 100 Breast? Odd, I would like to see what type of 200 breast he could do.

6 years ago

Did he burp @ :50?

Reply to  Yoyyyyy
6 years ago

Yes lol and he didn’t say excuse me

Don\'t be ignorant
Reply to  Hswimmer
6 years ago

Oh my.

6 years ago

“Even though I didn’t taper and stuff.” ??? I thought there was no tapering in USRPT

Reply to  Anon
6 years ago

“Even though we don’t really do, like, the whole taper type stuff.”

He’s just saying that he’s happy with his time for this point in the season.

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