The final night of the Victorian Championships in Melbourne did not have the kind of high end and record breaking…
The Rams increased their lead with big swims in their stroke events, sweeping the 200 Backstroke, 200 Breaststroke and 200 IM. CSU also locked the Lobos out of first and second in the 100 Backstroke, 100 Breaststroke and 100 Freestyle.
Caitlin Leverenz won the 400 IM and followed it up with a 200 free swim in the very next event. She talks to SwimSwam about her experience.
Allison Schmitt won the 200 free at the Austin Grand Prix. Here she talks to SwimSwam about her return to the pool.
The California women give fans a brief glimpse into their training trip to Hawaii with these two music videos.
The LSU senior class split in their final home dual meet, with the men topping and the women falling to SEC rivals Texas A&M.
Men’s 50 Freestyle – FINAL – 2014 Austin Grand Prix – reported by Jared Anderson / SwimSwam Much like the…
After besting a pair of international distance stars in the 400, plus finishing second to Nathan Adrian in the 100 free last night, Agnel was back at it on night 2 in the middle-distance, going an unbelievable 1:45.76 to win the 200 free.
In a tightly-bunched final field for the splash-and-dash, it was savvy veterans who rose to the top. Multi-time Olympian Natalie Coughlin went 25.17, getting her hand on the wall first in a field loaded with big names.
In a battle of US Olympians, it was Allison Schmitt who triumphed over Katie Ledecky in the 200 freestyle.
Dwyer used a strong backstroke leg to build a lead on Tunisian Olympian and long-distance specialist Ous Mellouli. The two were almost identical split-wise apart from that backstroke, where Dwyer went 1:06.4 to Mellouli’s 1:07.5. That one second proved to be the difference as Dwyer went 4:16.58 to Mellouli’s 4:17.69.
“We did a great job capitalizing on two wins apiece by Heather Winn, Maya Owens, and Danielle Shedd,” said head coach Rich Murphy.
The Emory & Henry College Women’s Swimming Team moved to 8-0 on the year Saturday afternoon as it picked up a pair of wins in double dual competition at Milligan College.
The EC Women’s swim team traveled to Spartanburg, SC to compete against Converse College (NCAA Div. II) on their senior…