Felix Auboeck won the men’s 400 free on day 2 of the 2018 Eric Namesnik Memorial Open.
Miranda Tucker had a pair of victories on day 1 of the Eric Namesnik Memorial Open.
USA Swimming announced it will debut a new tier of membership called the Flex Swim Membership, which will officially become available on September 1, 2018.
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2016 Austrian Olympian Felix Auboeck will be among the swimmers to attend the meet.
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“Parents today are out of control,” say a number of swim coaches. Don’t get me wrong; club coaches do appreciate us. They say, “We wouldn’t be able to exist without parents. Most parents are great.” Followed by, “But…”
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USA Swimming and Competitor Swim, the world’s leader in racing lane technology, today announced an extension to its partnership – the donation of major USA Swimming Championship lane lines to a deserving local swim club post-event. Velocity Swimming has been chosen as the first recipient.
This would be Hosszu’s 2018 debut. Other Olympians on the psych sheets include Tom Shields, Ryan Murphy, Kathleen Baker, Abbey Weitzeil, Vlad Morozov, and Anthony Ervin.
16-year-old Carson Foster of the Mason Manta Rays passed veteran Matt Grevers on the fourth 50 to grab 3rd in the 200 back. Foster’s 2:00.60 was his fastest ever in-season swim
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Bacon recently competed at the Irish Open, where she went a best time of 1:00.09 in the 100 back. It was her first time competing, or traveling, out of the country
While Kalisz is known for strong closing speed, it was Roy who charged back in 33.54 to overtake the double medley world champion and book the win in 2:09.73
An emerging teen athlete from Singapore will begin his dream of training in the United States, as 14-year-old Zachary Tan is reportedly moving to the Phoenix Swim Club.