The Virginia Cavaliers have about a dozen different avenues to an NCAA record in the 400 medley relay. But just in case – we’ve got the tool to help the coaches choose.
Current, former, and future swimmers at Cal and Stanford, located just 30 miles apart in the Bay Area of NorCalifornia, combine to hold 16 of 19 records.
Claire Curzan’s 100 yard fly and 100 yard back combo from Friday’s NC High School State Championship meet is almost unprecedented in swimming history.
Michael Phelps set a total of nine world records in 2008, including seven at the Beijing Olympics. But he’s not the swimmer with the most WRs set in one year.
Michael Phelps has set an astounding 29 world records over the last 20 years, all coming in the long course, while Ryan Lochte has 14 of his own.
Katie Ledecky has ranked first in the women’s 800 freestyle worldwide for 10 straight years.
The multi-talented Sarah Sjostrom has closed out the year ranked inside the world’s top 10 in the women’s 50 and 100 butterfly 13 straight times.
With 2021 wrapping up, SwimmingStats has compiled its most liked-posts of the year, which include several records by Caeleb Dressel.
Katie Ledecky recorded eight of the 10 fastest swims of the year in the women’s 800 freestyle, culminating with an Olympic gold medal.
Tatjana Schoenmaker was one of just five swimmers to set an individual long course world record in 2021, doing so in the Olympic final no less.
Energy Standard teammates Sarah Sjostrom and Siobhan Haughey own two of the top three performances from the ISL playoffs on the women’s side.
With 61 career wins, Caeleb Dressel is currently the winningest swimmer in the history of the International Swimming League (ISL).
Emma McKeon was among the series leaders with 10 gold and 14 total medals won across the four World Cup meets.
Japan’s Tomoru Honda won silver in the men’s 200 butterfly at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics despite being just 1.72 m tall (5 ft 8 in).
At 6’1, Australian Cate Campbell was the tallest female swimming medalist at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.