Polish national record holder Kasia Wasick nearly matched her fastest 50m freestyle ever on the final night of the Rotterdam Qualification Meet.
23-year-old Dutch Olympian Marrit Steenbergen clocked a time of 52.96 in the 100m free and 2:11.45 in the 200m IM to win gold in both in Rotterdam.
McIntosh says she is looking forward to the 200 breast on the last day of the meet to build her breaststroke endurance for this grueling event.
Hau-Li Fan, Eric Hedlin and Laila Oravsky will compete at the Open Water Swimming World Cup in Funchal, Portugal, on Saturday.
The 17-year-old reflected on the ups and downs she experienced this summer in Budapest and how it has impacted her outlook on the Olympic season
McIntosh, 17, reached the wall in 3:59.42, sneaking under Ledecky’s U.S. Open meet record of 3:59.71 from last year, when Ledecky won by just .08 seconds.
An investigative report found that Kelly fostered a toxic environemnt at Natation Gatineau, including psychological violence, harassment and intimidation.
Australian Kaylee McKeown edged out some of the best swimmers of the past decade to own the fastest 400 IM add-up time based on stroke 100 best times.
Although shy of his best times, Kim’s times of 2:02.08 in the 200 IM and 3:55.72 in the 400 free moved him up the historical 15-year-old rankings in Canada.
The Toronto Varsity Blue men claimed their 19th straight Divisional title on the weekend, and the women won the crown for the ninth consecutive year.
Coach Nagy is a highly sought-after swimming expert who contributes to swimming media when he has new insights to share.
Canadian sprinter Leila Fack is joining Michigan’s resurgent squad next fall as part of a growing contingency of Wolverine recruits from north of the border.
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