SwimSwam Breakdown: Men’s NCAA Review, 2024 Trials in Indy, and ISL Cancelled

This week on the SwimSwam Breakdown, we discuss the men’s NCAA Championships, the 2024 Olympic swimming Trials heading *allegedly* heading back to Indianapolis, and ISL Season 4 getting canceled. See list of full topics below:

  • 0:00 SwimSwam Breakdown Introduction
  • 0:50 Men’s NCAA Review
  • 4:27 2024 Olympic Trials in Indy

SINK or SWIM

  • 13:30 Will Caeleb Dressel will go 47 in the 100m free in San Antonio?
  • 16:22 Will Katie Ledecky Break a US Open record in San Antonio?
  • 18:39 After canceling Season 4, will ISL athletes get paid in 2022?
  • 24:34 Should Russian & Belarusian Athletes be Allowed to Compete at World Champs?
  • 29:09 Will Maggie MacNeil go Best Times in SCY as a Cal Bear?

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Summerleague
10 months ago

Will you be reviewing womens NCAAs soon?

Umswim
10 months ago

Report on y nats a little bit why don’t you

TeamDressel
10 months ago

Maggie MacNeil will go 48.5 in the 100 fly
You heard it here first

Negative Nora (they/them)
10 months ago

Mission Viejo psych sheets?

Crack
10 months ago

Anyone know if the entire San Antonio Pro Series will be streamed on the USA swimming website again like the last one or not?

Troyy
10 months ago

Will Caeleb Dressel will go 47 in the 100m free in San Antonio?
No, 48 low

Will Katie Ledecky Break a US Open record in San Antonio?
No

After canceling Season 4, will ISL athletes get paid in 2022?
No

Should Russian & Belarusian Athletes be Allowed to Compete at World Champs?
I was against the sport ban until they held their little propaganda party with Olympic athletes but now I say yes

Will Maggie MacNeil go Best Times in SCY as a Cal Bear?
Yes

CanSwim13
10 months ago

Of note about Texas usually winning based on having the superstar winning multiple races… They won last years NCAA with only one winner and it was a diver

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