2020 Olympian and former University of Kentucky standout Ali Galyer has announced her retirement from competitive swimming.
In Smith’s absence, Mariah Deningan will enter the final as second seed to Hali Flickinger while Ally McHugh moves to the #3 spot.
Stanford senior Brooke Forde won an NCAA title in the 400 IM, which adds to the deepest single-event legacy in NCAA D1 women’s swimming & diving.
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Katie Ledecky, Simone Manuel, and Nathan Adrian are all expected to make their long course return at the Pro Swim Series in San Antonio next week.
Yet another Olympic qualifying meet is taking place this month, with the Auckland Championships getting underway on Wednesday, December 9th.
In match #2 Iron’s Katinka Hosszu may race her world-record IM events while London Roar’s Adam Peaty and Alia Atkinson take on Aqua Centurions’ breastrokers.
Galyer actually has citizenship in 4 different countries, but since her dad is originally from New Zealand, Galyer has always thought of the country as home.
Ali Galyer, who declared New Zealand as her sporting citizenship in 2018, has moved to her adopted homeland to continue training for the Olympic Games.
With the exception of border controls, swimming in New Zealand can return with full force this week, including training and meets.
Bacik will be joining a very large class for the Wildcats, chocked full of backstrokers and sprint freestylers to train with.
This Stanford class went 3-for-3 in NCAA titles over their collegiate career, but Tennessee’s seniors put up the most points over their three seasons.
New Zealand plans to hold an Olympic qualifying event, either the NZ Open Championships or a time trial, in early June.
Kentucky has had a backstroker All-American for every year since 2015, so Galvin will be looking to join the ranks of the great female Wildcat backstrokers.