77% of Prelims Swims Slower Than Seed Time at Trials on Wednesday

Best times are becoming incredibly rare in Omaha (Photo Courtesy: Mike Lewis/


Caroline McElhany Scratches 200 IM Semifinal, Penn State Bumped In

In a bit of a surprising move, Texas A&M’s Caroline McElhany scratched the women’s 200 IM semi-final after coming from an…

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Caitlin Leverenz post 200 IM prelims

Caitlin Leverenz says she doesn’t feel as much pressure since she’s made the team, but she’s still hoping for more than one event in London. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning,

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Elizabeth Beisel Scratches 200 Free

Elizabeth Beisel has scratched the semi-final of the 200 free for Wednesday, after qualifying 13th in 1:59.79. There have been…

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Elizabeth Beisel is swimming a lot this week

After this interview Elizabeth Beisel scratched the 200 free. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning,

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Michael Flach chose Fly over Free

Michael Flach is one of the best mid-dsistance freestylers in the country, but decided his best race at Olympic Trials would be 200 Fly. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning,

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Megan Romano says the 2 free is her best shot

Megan Romano will double up in the 100 back final and the 200 free semi tonight, but says her chips are in the 200 free basket.

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Teresa Crippen feeling better but still not 100%

Teresa Crippen got her first swim out of the way with a 2:00.73 in the 200 free. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning,

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Liz Pelton Scratches 100 Back Final

T2 Aquatics’ Liz Pelton has scratched the 100 backstroke final, according to the start lists. She was not swimming well in…


Bobby Bollier Tops Phelps in 200 Fly Prelims on Day 3

Ariana Kukors is the World Record holder in the women’s 200 IM. (Photo Courtesy: ©TIm Binning/


Dave & Gary: Point/Counterpoint Meets Dr. Solomon

And you thought you’d seen mediocrity before, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome: Sabir Muhammad to the column!


Heat Sheets Day 3: No Coughlin in Women’s 200 IM

Natalie Coughlin is giving up one of her three remaining chances at making the 2012 US Olympic Team (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/

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Swims of the Day for 6/27: Day 2

Swim of the Day – Brendan Hansen, 100 breaststroke, 59.68 – Just a few years ago, the Americans were panicking about…

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