Swim of the Week

Dolfin Swim of the Week: Daiya Seto’s 1:55.98 in 200 IM

At last week’s Tokyo Open, Japanese star Daiya Seto went 1:55.98 in the 200 LCM IM – faster than he went while winning World Champs gold over the summer.

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Dolfin Swim of the Week: Rudolph’s 47.7 Relay Split

In a weekend overshadowed by the ISL, high school senior Janelle Rudolph came up with a huge relay split in leading Bellevue to a Washington 3A state title.

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Dolfin Swim of the Week: Blaise Vera’s 19.5 Against Notre Dame

Pitt’s Blaise Vera has been one of the standout swimmers of the NCAA’s fall season, putting up a nation-leading 19.53 50 free last week.

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Dolfin Swim of the Week: Manoff Hits Career-Best 100 Free As VT Upsets Ohio St.

College dual meets are notoriously tricky to weigh. Still, when an unranked team beats the #5 team in the nation at a neutral site, people take notice.

Dolfin Swim of the Week: Notre Dame Freshman Jack Hoagland Shines In 500 Free

Notre Dame rookie Jack Hoagland rattled his own personal-best in the 500 free, part of a stellar freshman group for the Irish.

Dolfin Swim of the Week: Atherton’s 100 Back an ISL Lewisville Winner

Australia’s Minna Atherton set the U.S. Open record in the 100 back twice in a row at the Lewisville stop of the International Swimming League season.

Dolfin Swim of the Week: Meynen Ties Lifetime-Best In 50 Free – In October

A big sprint weekend from senior Julie Meynen at the SMU Classic has the Auburn Tigers looking like a team on the rise in the NCAA.

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Dolfin Swim of the Week: Paige Madden’s Huge 4:38 In 500 Free

Paige Madden was faster last weekend in the 500 free than she went at Virginia’s mid-season rest meet last year. She leads the nation by almost 9 seconds.

Dolfin Swim of the Week: Jiang Hits Lifetime-Best 100 Fly In Texas Intrasquad

Alvin Jiang (now a Texas Longhorn after a transfer from UNC) hit a lifetime-best 100 fly at Texas’s very-fast Intrasquad meet.

Dolfin Swim of the Week: Weitzeil Crushes Late-Meet 48.4 In 100 Free

NCAA season is upon us, and Abbey Weitzeil kicked it off with as much speed as we could ask for, blasting a 48.4 at the Queen of the Pool meet.

Dolfin Swim of the Week: Matsui’s 21.88 Tops Early Fall World Ranks

Japan’s Kosuke Matsui went 21.88 in a 50 free, a personal-best and near Japan’s Olympic selection cut that he’ll have to hit next spring.

Dolfin Swim of the Week: Shinnosuke’s 51.1 Fly Bodes Well For Japan Medley

19-year-old Shinnosuke Ishikawa is rising fast in the butterfly races – and that’s good news for Japan’s medley relay next summer.

Dolfin Swim of the Week: Zhang Yufei Showing Remarkable 100 Fly Consistency

China’s Zhang Yufei registered at least her fourth sub-58 swim in the 100 fly in the past seven weeks to win Chinese Nationals.

Dolfin Swim of the Week: Grgic’s True WJR Caps World Juniors

Franko Grgic is faster at age 16 than greats like Grant Hackett or Sun Yang were throughout their junior careers. He’s #6 in the world while still a teenager.

Dolfin Swim of the Week: US Junior Boys Beat Pan Ams, WUGs in 4×200 Relay

Jake Magahey, Luca Urlando, Jake Mitchell and Carson Foster went 7:08.37, the best U.S. relay this year outside of World Championships.

Dolfin Swim of the Week: Morozov’s Big-Money 50

A 21.27 in the 50 free has set Vladimir Morozov up to earn $50,000. And that’s just the start of his potential World Cup windfall.

Dolfin Swim of the Week: Change of Scenery Pays Off For Held

After leaving an NC State program where he’d flourished, then stagnated, Held moved twice in 2019 before smashing the U.S. Open 100 free record.

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