Tennessee’s Colin Zeng and South Carolina’s Julia Vincent each added their second event titles two days into the Zone B Championships.
It appears no American female SM5 swimmer had completed a sanctioned 400 IM before Beelner.
Jack Conger shot to the top of world rankings in the 100 fly with a lifetime best of 51.00.
SwimMAC’s 13-year-old Kiley Wilhelm dropped at least 2 seconds in each of her events to win 3 races in her age group on Sunday night.
Texas Longhorn John Shebat is entered in a tough 100 fly/100 back double according to the pre-cut psych sheets for the 2018 NCAA Championships.
Multi-talented Cal junior Andrew Seliskar has opted for the 200 IM, 400 IM and 200 breast at 2018 NCAAs, bowing out of the 200 free and 200 fly, among others.
Holding the third-best time in the country this year, Harvard sophomore Dean Farris did not enter the 100 back, electing not to take on a brutal double with his top-seeded 200 free.
California sophomore Zheng Wen Quah has entered the 200 IM at NCAAs instead of the 100 backstroke, which he swam last year.
There’s an interesting pattern to Indiana star Blake Pieroni’s postseason entries.
Florida sophomore Maxime Rooney has entered the 200 IM rather than the 500 free on day 2 of NCAAs, per the pre-cut psych sheets out today.
After missing Ella Eastin’s American record by just 4 hundredths last season, Cal’s Kathleen Baker is back to give it another go, but Stanford’s Eastin will be there as well to try and reclaim her title.
Since winning the 200 free in Budapest last summer, Italian super star Federica Pelligrini has sworn off of the event for good. Nevertheless, she’s been keeping herself busy with a handful of other races
After a swift outing of 48.5 and 22.0 in the 100 and 50 free, Olympic champ Nathan Adrian speaks to SwimSwam about what training camp at altitude in Colorado Springs will look like for the Bears
While athlete members of USA Swimming’s Board of Directors released a statement earlier this week largely supporting the organization through mounting allegations of rampant sexual abuse, a group of swimmers have sent a much more critical letter to the Board, calling for an independent evaulation, a publicly released report and a task force to examine the Safe Sport program.
The Walsh sisters have each broken a National Age Group Record at this weekend’s Southern Premier Meet.