Coming off a big summer, the versatile Andrew Seliskar could contend for NCAA titles in a wide array of events while contributing on any and all Golden Bear relays.
All things considered, this IU team is stacked, and is a top 3 favorite with the potential to really explode and possibly rank even higher.
The 73rd National Sports Festival of Japan concluded today, with the nation’s golden girl, Rikako Ikee, capping off a whirlwind summer.
Senior Siobhan Haughey leads a Michigan team that has steadily risen through the NCAA ranks over the pas five seasons.
Simone de Rijcke won a pair of events at the St. Louis Showcase as Lindenwood won for both men and women.
The Alabama Crimson Tide opened their season with victories over Delta State.
The University of Nevada women won their season opener over Oregon State.
Katinka Hosszu finished off the second stop of the World Cup circuit in Doha with three victories.
Chad Le Clos returned to racing on day 3 in Doha after sitting out earlier in the meet.
Katinka Hosszu won a pair of events and medalled in two others on day 2 in Doha.
South African Lara van Niekerk completed the breaststroke sweep at the CANA Swimming & Open Water Championships.
Michael Andrew rattled off another sub-25 swim in the men’s 50 back prelims in Doha.
Michael Andrew took gold in the men’s 100m fly tonight in Doha, registering the 3rd fastest time of his young career.
Masato Sakai (left) won the 200m fly silver medal in Rio, but recently underwent shoulder surgery this summer. He’ll be making his recovery debut this weekend at the Japanese National Sports Festival.
Junior standout Felix Auboeck looks to lead the #5 Michigan men in 2018-2019.