According to a letter sent to participants by USA Swimming, the individual who tested positive was at the Natatorium on all 3 days of the US Open meet.
Texas Sophomore Caspar Corbeau broke down what the longhorns have been doing since getting back on campus, and it sounds… long
Madisyn Cox of Longhorn Aquatics won the 200 breast in 2:27.55, giving her her 3rd win of the weekend following the 200 free and 200 IM
Coby Carrozza from University of Texas won the final heat of the men’s 400 free, posting the overall top time with a 3:54.34
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In a battle of the Texas freshmen, Olivia Bray won the 100 fly in 58.95 over Emma Sticklen (1:00.35). Bray was just half a second off her seed time,
Texas sophomore Caspar Corbeau squeezed out a win by .03 in the 100 breast, beating BYU’s Josue Dominguez 1:01.77 to 1:01.80.
Drew Kibler was all about getting LCM information in San Antonio last weekend while he also commented on his massive 4:08 500 free from October
16-year old Gia Pergolini was faster than the Class S13 World Record in the 100 back at the US Open, but the swim won’t be ratified as a new World Record.
Lots of fun aquatic action occurred on Day 3 of the 2020 US Open Championships in Irvine, and SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture it all.
The 12-time Olympic medalist four events over the weekend in Sarasota, with his top finish coming in the men’s 200 individual medley.
Longhorn Aquatics’ Madisyn Cox won the 200 IM handily, coming with 1.4 second of her seed time with 2:10.49 to easily top the field
Phoebe Bacon and Regan Smith had another showdown in the women’s 200 back, with Bacon coming out on top rather handily this time.
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