On Wednesday night at the 2017 U.S. Nationals/World Championships Trials, Olympic breaststroker Kevin Cordes topped a loaded 200 breast field by almost a body length, winning the race with a personal best 2:07.41.
Townley Haas flirted with the 1:45 barrier in the 200 free and moved up to 5th all-time on the U.S. list.
Pearl took almost 2 seconds off of her morning personal best.
Sam Hartle of Lake Minneola High School and NTC Aquatics in Orlando, Florida, has committed to Florida Institute of Technology.
On his fifth straight 50 under 30 seconds, Sweetser caught Finke and Ransford with 150m to go and ran away for the win, touching in 14:59.73 to break 15 minutes for the first time in his career.
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Emma Smethurst of Northgate High School and Walnut Creek Aquabears has verbally committed to the UCLA class of 2022.
Check out a preview for tonight’s finals in Indianapolis.
Just one day in, Hungary leads the European Junior Championships medal table with 5 across both men’s and women’s events.
Mona McSharry became a European Junior Champion tonight in the women’s 50m breaststroke, earning an Irish Senior National Record in the process.
United States Aquatic Sports is placing it’s support fully behind incumbent Julio Maglione in this summer’s elections for the president of FINA, according to a letter SwimSwam obtained today.
Josh Prenot will swim the 200 breast prelims this morning in Indy with hopes of winning his second-straight national title tonight in finals.
Tom Shields qualified 7th for the 50 fly final tonight but won’t swim it.
Rio 800 free relay champions Jack Conger and Gunnar Bentz missed the final, as it took a 1:48.10 or better to take a spot in the top 8.
Jones blasted a 23.26 to earn lane 4 for tonight’s final, clearing the former record of 23.29 set by Eugene Godsoe at 2013 Nationals.