Alicia Wilson swam a really tough double, taking 2nd in the 300 IM with a 3:11.23, then turning around and winning the next event, the 150 fly, in 1:28.47.
Swim fans are in store for a bevy of great races tonight in Minnesota as the annual Minnesota Invite closes out with its last session.
After winning the men’s 50 free and 100 back earlier in the meet, Cam Auchinachie will look to keep the momentum rolling today in the 100 free.
The Longhorns had a strong showing in this morning’s prelims, and they hold the top seeds in 6 of the 10 individual events that will be raced tonight.
The Texas men have thrown down the gauntlet early, but there’s a ton of talent in the pool for the first full finals session of the 2021 Minnesota Invite.
Several of the strongest schools in the country square off this week at Minnesota Invite, which begins tonight with timed finals of two relays
Cal’s Reece Whitley will go head-to-head with reigning NCAA champ Max Mchugh in the men’s breaststroke events at the 2021 Minnesota Invite.
Izzy Ivey (pictured) will be leaned on heavily by the Bears once again as they battle to return to the top-three of the NCAA.
The Virginia women beat Cal by 20 points in the first-ever dual meet between the two teams. The teams will compete in non-traditional events on October 16.
Isabel Ivey contributed to two pool record-breaking Cal relays during the final session of the 2021 Chick-Fil-A Invitational.
Cal freshmen Mia Kragh (pictured) and Lizzy Cook went 1-3 in the 100 fly, while Lea Polonsky won the 400 IM in Session 2 at Chick-Fil-A Invite.
Her 29.75 tonight was exactly 1 second faster than the fastest freestyle split in the final of the women’s 200 IM at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics a few weeks ago.
Teens USA’s Jacoby and ROC’s Chikunova bested their veteran teammates King and Efimova in the 1BR final. But will the experienced vets keep their relay spots?
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Katinka Hosszu, the reigning Olympic Champion in the 200 IM, will have to hold off a young field to top the podium for the second-straight Olympics.