Swim of the Week

Swim of the Week: Miami Freshman Duvenhage Crushes 1:45.4 in 200 IM

South African freshman Henju Duvenhage crushed three huge wins in his MAC debut, helping Miami win the men’s team title.

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Swim of the Week: Shoma Sato’s 2:06.40 In 200 Breaststroke

In Japan’s sole Olympic qualifying meet, 19-year-old Shoma Sato crushed the second-fastest 200 breaststroke of all-time, going 2:06.40.


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Swim of the Week: The Swim That Won Men’s NCAAs

The 400 IM was a clash of IM titans for both Texas and Cal. But it was Longhorn freshman distance man David Johnston who turned the tide.


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Swim of the Week: The Swim That Won Women’s NCAAs

It’s a yearly tradition: using our Swim of the Week to highlight a ‘turning point’ swim that ultimately led to the NCAA team title.

Swim(s) of the Week: The Week of the 49

This week, a quartet of women went 49 in the 100 fly or 100 back five different times, with more 49s likely coming tonight.

Swim of the Week: Bylander’s D-III Leading 200 Breaststroke

Junior Michael Bylander crushed a huge 1:57.84 in the 200 breaststroke at his UW-Eau Claire Blugolds’ season-ending dual meet with UW-Stevens Point.

Swim of the Week: Ramadan’s Junior-Best 100 Fly of 44.32

Virginia Tech freshman Youssef Ramadan swam to the #5 spot all-time in the men’s 100-yard fly. He did it before even turning 19.

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Swim of the Week: SEC Showdown Of Two Fastest 500 Freestylers In History

Kieran Smith and Jake Magahey battled in what would turn out to be a showdown between the two fastest 500 freestylers in history.

Swim of the Week: FGCU Quartet Scores 189 Final-Day Points To Force CCSA Tie

Four FGCU sprinters absolutely took over the final day of CCSAs, combining to score 189 points in two events and forcing a tie for the team title.

Swim of the Week: Ikee’s Triumphant Return To The 24s

After a lengthy break from swimming and a battle with leukemia, Japan’s Rikako Ikee broke 25 seconds in the 50 free – a huge step in an inspiring comeback.

Swim of the Week: Seto’s Early-Season 4:12.57 Win Over Hagino

Daiya Seto and Kosuke Hagino went head-to-head at the Japan Open this week, with Seto taking top billing in the 400 IM with a 4:12.57.

Swim of the Week: Max McHugh’s 22.6/50.6 Breaststroke Combo

Swimming in Minnesota’s first meet of the season, Max McHugh wasted no time in reminding us all how good he is with historic breaststroke swims.

Swim of the Week: Matsumoto’s 1:45.1 JPN Record in 200 Free

Matsumoto is the 6th-fastest swimmer in this entire expanded Olympic quad, putting up the world’s best time for the 2020-2021 season.

Swim of the Week: Louisville Men’s 2021-Leading 200 Medley Relay

Mitchell Whyte split 21.58 on backstroke, Evgenii Somov 23.80 on breaststroke, Dalton Lowe 20.37 on fly and Haridi Sameh 19.32 on free.

Swim of the Week: Zhang Yufei’s 2:05.49 In 200 Fly

22-year-old Zhang Yufei hit the world’s best 200 fly time for the season with a 2:05.49 at China’s Long Course Invitational last week.