Wow. 17.63. I’m trying to put into perspective how overwhelmingly ridiculous that swim is. In the very first article I…
Florida’s Caeleb Dressel has once again made history.
Regan Smith threw down an unreal 1:48.30 200 back on night one of the 2018 Central Zone Sectionals in Akron, Ohio.
Tonight, it was Florida’s Jan Switkowski taking over, as he put up a 1:39.54 to become the 3rd fastest performer ever. Behind him, NC State’s Vazaios also broke 1:40 in 1:39.97 to become #4.
2018 MEN’S NCAA SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 21 – Saturday, March 24 Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center –…
Dressel lead off for the Gators in 17.81, blowing away the individual 50 free American Record and NCAA Record as he became the first man to ever break 18 seconds from a flat start.
Dressel got after it in prelims, taking down his own record with a quick 18.11.
Claire Curzan’s 23.85 butterfly leg helped lead the TAC Titans to a new NAG in the girls 13-14 200 medley relay.
Cal’s Seliskar and Stanford’s DeVine both broke 1:41 for the first time this morning.
That split marked Dressel’s 6th time breaking 18 on a relay.
Indiana’s Blake Pieroni moved up all the way up to the top in the all-time rankings as the leadoff member of his squad, clocking in at 1:29.63 to become the first man ever to break 1:30.
NC State posted a blistering 6:05.31 to crack the NCAA Record and win the title.
9 or so hours after setting a new 17-18 National Age Group (NAG) record in prelims, Michael Andrew lowered the record six more one-hundredths with a 50.79 at finals of the TYR Junior National Cup.
After notching the top qualifying time in prelims with 1:41.40, Emory came back in finals and unleashed a combined 1:40.12 to take down the NCAA Division III record of 1:40.58 that was set by Kenyon in 2015.
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