She tied the #3 performance all-time with a 21.03, matching Tennessee’s Erika Brown, who set the SEC Record with a 21.03 last week.
Weitzeil broke the Pac-12 Meet Record twice today. In tonight’s finals, she lowered the mark to a 21.03, tying the 3rd fastest swim in history.
Levenia Sim, who only recently turned 13, has already lowered the her LSC’s record, besting Tracy Caulkins’ record that had stood since 1978.
Watch Erika Brown swim the 3rd-fastest 100 yard freestyle by a woman in history on the final night of the 2020 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships.
Torri Huske, a junior at Yorktown High School, lowered the National Public School Record in the 100 fly to 50.69 on Saturday at the VHSL Class 6 State Meet.
Kaitlyn Dobler of Beaverton, Oregon’s Aloha High School has broken the National Public High School and the Overall High School records for the 100 breast.
Finke smashed the NCAA Record by over 10 seconds and the American Record by over 6 seconds tonight as he won his 2nd-straight SEC title in the mile.
Brown remains the 2nd fastest performer in history behind only American Record holder and Olympic Champion Simone Manuel.
With that, he took down Florida Olympic Champion Ryan Lochte’s SEC Meet Record, which stood as a 1:38.29 set back in 2005.
White put up a 1:48.15 to win the title in the 200 back, marking the 8th fastest performance in history. She was just 9 hundredths shy of her record.
After smashing the 100 back SEC Record on day 4, Alabama’s Rhyan White is still on fire. She took down another SEC Record in prelims of the 200 back.
Catch up on day 2 action at McCullagh, with Duncan Scott, Adam Peaty, Kathleen Dawson and more among the headliners in Ireland.
At the 2020 McCullagh International Open Meet in Bangor, 20-year-old Danielle Hill crushed a new Irish national record in the women’s 100m backstroke.
Alabama blew away the 400 medley relay SEC Meet Record by over a second with their winning time of 3:02.17. Waddell led them off in 44.10.
Bama’s Zane Waddell defended his title in the 100 back, setting a new SEC Record as he became the 5th fastest performer in history.