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Fran Halsall started off the final night of competition in Berlin by taking gold in the women’s 50 freestyle…
Katie Ledecky is the Michael Jordan of swimming: when she gets to the big show, she just doesn’t lose.
Michael Phelps won gold in the men’s 100 fly with a 51.29, but the conversation turned to Ledecky in the post race interview. Hear what Phelps has to say about her historic swims.
Rain in Southport this week has caused the cancellation of the 10k on Monday and reschedule for next week in Hawaii.
Seven years later, Emily Seebohm was the only holdover on the new Australian All-Comers’ Record in the women’s 400 medley relay.
Mireia Belmonte Garcia will race for gold in the 400 meter freestyle today, though she will also have the final of the 200 butterfly right before to consider as well.
“Obviously I’d like to thank the Georgina Hope Foundation for their ongoing support, to be able to dedicate myself to the sport knowing that I have the backing of the Foundation is a good feeling,” Horton said.
Michael Phelps made the final of the 200 IM, while his longtime rival Ryan Lochte just missed the cut in Australia.
Tyler Clary’s namesake team were the biggest movers in the #Lan4 division on Saturday.
Mireia Belmonte, the day after her grandmother died, won the women’s 1500 free and broke the Meet Record in the process.
Bronte finished second in the 100 free with a 53.45.
Ruta Meilutyte was somehow faster in the 50 breaststroke after getting off of a trans-continental flight. That and more in our 9 Big Things.
400 IM: Elizabeth Beisel defended her title from 2010 to win the event, breaking the Pan Pacs record with her time of 3:31.99.
American Becca Mann has scratched the women’s 1500 free to focus on the open water event, as has Canada’s Eric Hedlin.