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Mabry Bishop has decided to stay in-state, handing her verbal commitment to Florida State University as a member of the school’s class of 2026.
The Lilly King has yet to win a major international title in the 200 breast, despite winning the 2016 Trials final and 2017 U.S. national title.
Connecticut swimmer Charles Perks has announced his commitment to swim for Georgia Tech as a member of the team’s class of 2026.
Meaghan Harnish, the younger sister of SEC Champion Courtney Harnish, has committed to the University of Missouri as a member of their class of 2026.
Kieran Smith is scheduled to swim 7 events, including the 100/200/400/800 free, 200 back, and 200/400 IM. He is seeded top 3 in just the 200/400 free, though.
Along with his top three back seeds, Shaine Casas holds No. 8 seeds in the 100 fly/200 IM and No. 17 seed in the 100 free, putting up semifinals threats.
You may have noticed Abi and her styling kicks on deck. In this podcast, Abi talks about her shoe collection and how it’s become a coaching tool.
In the first and only 9-person A final of the meet, SPA’s Kate McCarville battled home on freestyle to overtake Ella Bathurst, roaring to a new lifetime best
Christian Hanselmann will replace longtime Southeastern Swim Club head coach Andy Pedersen as the head of the club in Fishers, Indiana.
Mike Tirico will be joining Rowdy Gaines as a play-by-play announcer for Wave II of the US Olympic Trials, which begin on Sunday, June 13.
Kristin Cornish made the most out of the opportunity, getting on her pace early, and doing the best job of anyone in the field at holding her pace
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