On Saturday, Canyon Aquatics’ Abbey Weitzeil swam a 24.80 in a time trial to break the 17-18 National Age Group Record in…
USC head coach Dave Salo is on a roll early in the 2014 recruiting season.
Natalie Coughlin is set to swim the final of the women’s 50 freestyle. This is her last chance to qualify for the 2014 Pan Pacs team.
Brad Snyder, who has already won individual gold medals in the S11 class 50 and 100 free, 100 fly, and 400 IM, met up with Mallory Waggemann on the last day of Para Pan Pacs.
Cody Miller had the swim of a lifetime to win the men’s 100 breaststroke, out-touching last year’s World Championship team members Nic Fink and Kevin Cordes.
Micah Lawrence and Jessica Hardy simultaneously won their second events of the meet, tying for the win at 1:06.51. Lawrence won the 200 breaststroke earlier in the meet and Hardy won the 50 breaststroke last night. The final was incredibly close, with the final four all within .23 seconds of each other.
Madeleine Scott of Australia is top seed in the women’s 100 breast SB9 at Para Pan Pacs in California.
In April of this year, Bob Bowman and Teri McKeever were named the men’s and women’s head coaches by USA Swimming….
Ryan Murphy finished second at 53.21, followed by Nick Thoman for third at 53.46. That should book Thoman a trip to Pan Pacs.
18 athletes qualified for the World Short Course Championships over the past four days in Pietermaritzburg…
Michael McBroom came on strong during the third 100 to re-take the lead. He led through the final 50, but he had a tough battle with Matt McLean down the final strech. At the touch, Michael McBroom got his hand on the wall to win the race with his time of 3:47.19.
Matt Grevers won the men’s 100 backstroke to secure his spot on the Pan Pacs team. He finished with the third…
The highest placing American swimmers in the 2014 Arena Grand Prix Series, Conor Dwyer and Caitlin Leverenz, received the keys to…
Missy Franklin led the Cal Bears to a 1-2-3 finish in the women’s 100 backstroke with her time of 59.38.
The first swim-off of the morning which happened before the first scheduled event, the 200m IM, featured two young swimmers vying for a spot on the Jr. Pan Pac team in the 100m fly. Cassidy Bayer and Hannah Weiss fought back and forth throughout the entirety of the race, but in the end it was Bayer who dipped under the one-minute mark to set up her spot on the roster at with a 59.85 at just 14-years-old.