Leverenz: “I’ve always been a meters swimmer. I wasn’t a factor in yards…but I am now.”
Beisel: “I’m training through some big competitions, getting ready for Omaha, the U.S. Olympic Trials.”
Stephanie Rice qualified in the 200 IM, which means either Seebohm our Coutts had to be left out… (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Destin Lasco breaks a National Age Group record. (Big thanks to MrJorgeSnoopy for posting this video on youtube).
Vanderpool: “I knew I had doubters after the 50 free. I felt I needed to prove myself in the 100 free…needed to prove I could win.”
Psych Sheets are available as the French begin their journey to London.
Stanford Women close NCAAs with a new American Record!
Stephanie Peacock, UNC, breaks Janet Evans 1650 record with a 15:38.79 at Women’s NCAA Championships.
Ian Thorpe’s final attempt at the London Olympic Team was derailed from the very first step.
The Cal women earned their 3rd title in 4 years on the final day in Auburn. Bet you couldn’t guess which NCAA Record went down on Saturday. Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com
Brazil’s Cesar Cielo tacked a 100 free title onto his earlier wins in the 50 free and fly on the final day of the South American Championships. ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com
Georgia’s Wendy Trott is a champion not only in the pool, but in the classroom as well. ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com
Sara Isakovic will jump onto the free relay for Cal in the finals, and so long as that relay doesn’t DQ, Cal should be your 2012 Champions. ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com
Caitlin Leverenz, Elizabeth Beisel, and Katinka Hosszu had an epic showdown in the 400 IM. Now, they’ll each get their own spotlight in the 200-yard races.