Paralympic swimmer Sophie Pascoe rewrote her own S10 100m fly World Record on the fourth day of competition at the 2016 New Zealand Open Championships.
Glenn Snyders notched a spot on the Kiwi roster for Rio, which will mark his 3rd Olympic Games appearance.
With all the insanely fast swimming that occurred this weekend at Men’s NCAAs, SwimSwam carried out it’s own version of an Easter egg hunt yesterday. Below is a list of all the NCAA, American, U.S. Open, Championship, McAuley Aquatic Center, and school records broken in Atlanta, GA.
Was that 100-yard freestyle from Caeleb Dressel so fast that missed it? We’ve got you covered.
The men’s 200 medley relay went to Alabama, but the race also featured monster swims from Cal and Texas. Ryan Murphy posted the fastest 50 back in history and Joseph Schooling swam the fastest 50 fly split ever.
Cal’s Ryan Murphy rolled to another historic swim as the backstroker on the Golden Bears’ 200 medley relay. Murphy split a 20.20 on the lead off, clearing the previous mark of 20.35 done by Junya Koga in 2014.
California’s Ryan Murphy struck once again in the men’s 100 backstroke at the 2016 Men’s NCAA Championships. Murphy claimed his 3rd straight title in the event, lowering his own American, NCAA, and U.S. Open Record to a 43.49.
Murphy was in a league of his own, jumping to a clear lead for Cal to become the first man ever under 44 seconds. He hit the wall in a time of 43.51, setting a new American, U.S. Open, and NCAA Record.
Texas, NC State, and Florida posted the three fastest 800 freestyle relays in history to open the 2016 Men’s NCAA DI Championships in Atlanta, GA.
3 more Olympic cuts were achieved on the final day of Spain’s Olympic Trials, including Miguel Duran’s new Spanish Record in the men’s 400m freestyle.
At 19 years old, Quah Zheng Wen broke 2 meet records in 1 night at the Singapore National Age Group Championships, further establishing himself as a rising star on the Asian swimming scene.
While competing at the 47th Singapore National Age Group (SNAG) Swimming Championships which took place from March 16th-20th, one Malaysian…
The 2016 Women’s NCAA Championships ended Saturday night with a whole slew of broken records and whether it was a NCAA, Championship, American, U.S. Open or school record, SwimSwam has them listed for you.
Watch Lilly King rock a 3:03.59 to take down Emma Reaney’s U.S. Open, American, and NCAA records by half a second.
Indiana’s Lilly King continued her sensational freshman campaign by shattering the American, U.S. Open and NCAA records in the 200 breaststroke at the NCAA Championships.