Lilly King closed her 200 breast preliminary in a blazing 29.59, faster than she did in the 100 final last night.
Grace Oglesby and Mallory Comerford went 1-2 for Louisville in the women’s 100 fly, with Oglesby breaking 51 seconds for the first time in 50.75
Katrina Young clinched the bronze medal for Team USA in Friday’s women’s 10-meter finals, while teammate David Boudia earned the silver medal in the men’s 3-meter in his first competition since the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
Texas A&M post-grad Lisa Bratton, one of a handful of Aggie post-grads who swam at the mostly-collegiate Art Adamson Invititational this…
Watch the action from Night 2 of the IU Invite in Bloomington, including Lilly King’s near American Record
For the wolfpack’s part, they started the session by winning both the women’s and men’s 200 medley relays
Shaving off a few more hundredths in the 50m fly, Michael Andrew lowered his own 50 fly American Record from this morning in Singapore.
NC State freshman Sophie Hansson improved on her prelim best time by 0.16 to take 2nd in 58.44
sydney Pickrem picked up wins in the women’s 200 back and 200 breast.
Max McHugh won the men’s 100 breast, hitting the NCAA A cut standard exactly, touching in 51.73.
Lilly King unleashed the fastest swim of the season by a wide margin to win the women’s 100 breast in 56.43, coming less than two-tenths off her NCAA and American Record of 56.25
The final day in Singapore is upon us, with several key races shaping up for a thrilling session.
Caio Pumputis racked up a winning double for Georgia Tech tonight.
The swim also earned Munoz a qualifying time for the 2018 Short Course World Championships in December in Hangzhou, China.