Michael Andrew has had no trouble turning his short course success into long course success in Austin, breaking the 13-14 boys’ National Age Group Record in his 3rd different event of the meet.
Training partners Conor Dwyer and Yannick Agnel are tied as the top money-earners on the Grand Prix after 2 of 6 stops. Each has taken in $2700.
Luchsinger wins 200 fly and shares Bob Bowman butterfly set. See Bowman video below on butterfly training.
See video above with Tom Luchsinger breaking down the Bob Bowman butterfly set. 30 x 100m on 1:30: 50 free under 35 seconds, climb up to the blocks, dive a 50m fly striving to hold sub 28 seconds.
California pro Tom Shields was all over the 100 fly field in this one, going 52.72 to win handily.
Matt McLean drills down on training at Bob Bowman’s NBAC. Training has been challenging, but perfect for his goals moving toward the 2016 Olympic Games.
A powerhouse 100 backstroke field did not disappoint, putting together a race that was up in the air until the very finish.
Swimming Australia Olympic Champion, Libby Trickett, helps to promote the BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series with a trip to Kimberley in Western Australia.
In the shadow of the megalithic giant of history, the Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool in Long Beach, California, there is…
After holding a 41-point lead after day one at the Worcester City Championship, the Assumption College women’s swimming and diving team pulled away on day two to capture its second straight city title against Division I Holy Cross, WPI and Clark University.
In a tough field of up-and-comers 26-year-old Jessica Hardy showed why she’s still a household name on the American breaststroking scene.
Ross Murdoch extended his dominance in the breaststroke races in Austin, winning the 100 breast in 1:00.58.
At the meet celebrating their graduating seniors, JHU proved a dominant force over Stevens, and broke a number of pool records in the process.
She won the 200 back last night, and now Canada’s Hilary Caldwell has made it a sweep. The 22-year-old went 1:01.57 to nip current Grand Prix points leader Megan Romano at the wall.
Magnussen gave a preview of what we can expect in Perth when he took out the final of the men’s 100m freestyle in a time of 47.73 – just 0.02 of a second outside his 2013 World Championship winning time.