After four sessions at nine locations, a U.S. Open like none before wrapped up earlier today with NAG records and solid swims by veterans alike.
Andrew Wilson posted the top time in the men’s 200 breast on the final day of competition at 2020 U.S. Open Chamionships.
Claire Curzan downed the meet record in the women’s 100 fly with 56.61 becoming the third-fastest American woman in history.
This morning’s women’s session features seven-time World Champs gold medalist Mallory Comerford leading the 100 freestyle.
Having a hard time keeping up with one meet in nine locations? Check out Friday PM’s swims of the session to give you a quick summary of the big swims.
Canadian world champ Maggie MacNeil will swim the 100 fly this afternoon, and former world record-holder Kathleen Baker heads the 100 back.
While US National Team members were definitely active this morning, many of the biggest swims came from the 18 & under crowd.
U.S. Open record-holder Kathleen Baker will go after a 200 IM this morning, hoping to jump to the top of the U.S. ranks for the season.
US Open Si è concluso il primo giorno di gare del Campionato in vasca lunga, che quest’anno si svolge in nove località diverse
After each session of the 2020 U.S. Open, we’ll try to make a little sense of the craziness that ensues when one meet happens across nine different locations.
Marwan El Kamash clocked a 7:52.19 to lead the men’s 800 free among the nine sights on Thursday night.
Bobby Finke popped a 7:53.05 in the 800 free in Sarasota to rank #1 in the nation thus far. Virginia commit Emma Weyant also swam the top women’s time here.
He had the only sub-8:00 time of 7:52.19, a lifetime best by over three seconds. That brings him within three seconds of the Egyptian national record.
The Indianapolis site appears to be the biggest of all of the sites, with a large number of Olympians and National Team athletes slated to appear.
American Record holder and NCAA Champion Dean Farris is one of 13 US National Team swimmers expected to swim in Greensboro.