Pernille Blume will lead the Danish contingent into the Tokyo 2020 Games as defending champion in the women’s 50 freestyle.
Jeanette Ottesen put up a speedy effort of 58.98 for 100m fly silver tonight behind winner Emilie Beckmann, but both women will need to try again to hit the World Championships qualifying time.
Anton Ipsen notched the only World Championships qualifying time on night 3 f the 2019 Danish Open, but there are still two nights to go.
Jiang will look to help the Bearcats claim an AEC crown when he gets to Vestal in 2019.
Just one swimmer nailed a World Championships-worthy time at Taastrup Swimming Center tonight to kick-off the 2019 Danish Open.
The UMBC Retrievers won both the men’s and women’s titles on Sunday at the America East Conference Championships.
The UMBC men broke 2 Meet Records on Saturday: Alexander Gliese in the 100 back, and the men’s 400 medley relay (which Gliese led off).
Ilia Rattsev of UMBC and Juliana McDonald of Maine both took down the America East Championship meet records in the 50 free on day 2 in Worcester.
UMBC won all 3 men’s events on day 1, including a new conference record in the 200 medley relay.
The ECU swimming and diving teams wrapped up their dual meet schedule Saturday afternoon with a sweep of the UMBC Retrievers at Minges Natatorium. The Pirate men posted a 194-106 win, while the women earned a 157-143 victory.
Hania Moro, Alexander Gliese, Devin Gromen and Ben Parker swept the America East swimming and diving weekly honors to start the new year.
The UMBC swimming and diving teams closed out the 2018 portion of its schedule with a Saturday sweep over America East foe VMI on December 1. The women won by a score of 118-81, while the men finished with a score of 157-121.
Four #AESD teams picked up wins while Stony Brook opened up their 2018-19 season with four individual victories.
The U.S. Naval Academy men and women both claimed ECAC titles on the weekend.