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
1 month ago

Will you be reviewing womens NCAAs soon?

Umswim
1 month ago

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

TeamDressel
1 month ago

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

Negative Nora (they/them)
1 month ago

Mission Viejo psych sheets?

Crack
1 month 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
1 month 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
1 month 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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