The 2016 U.S. Open Swimming Championships concluded on Saturday evening with an awards ceremony to honor the outstanding individuals and teams from the five-day meet.
NYAC’s Arkady Vyatchanin is top seed in the men’s 100 back final on Day 4 at U.S. Open in Minneapolis.
Maxime Rooney is seeded second in the men’s 200 free on Day 4 of the 2016 U.S. Open behind Wales’ Calum Jarvis.
Ashley Twichell, the 2016 U.S. Open champion in the women’s 800 free, is shooting for her second title of the meet in the 400 free on Wednesday night.
Andrew Wilson is top seed in the 200 breast on Day 2 of 2016 U.S. Open; his seed time is under the current meet record.
Though Kenyon College kept the men’s trophy for over thirty consecutive seasons, the last few years the Lords have found their rule in question. Last year, Denison won the men’s trophy and Emory the women’s, where the Lady Eagles may themselves be establishing a dynasty.
Adrian was a sub-48 second 100m freestyle in semifinals, the fastest he’s ever been on U.S soil. With Adrian leading the charge, the excitement in the race lies in who the top four swimmers will be that are guaranteed a roster spot for the 4x100m freestyle relay.
Phelps is the top seed and heavy favorite in the 200m butterfly and will be looking to qualify for his fifth Olympic team, something only one other American swimmer (Dara Torres) has done during their career.
After three days of intense competition it’s finally time to see what speed the men’s 100m freestyle has to offer.
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Kevin Cordes became the third-fastest American 100 breaststroker in history this morning with 59.05 in prelims.
Find race videos from day 3 finals at the Longhorn Elite Invite here.
Tonight will see several Olympians and Olympic hopefuls compete. Joseph Schooling, Jack Conger, and Chase Kalisz will battle in the 200 fly, and Will Licon will go head-to-head with Andrew Wilson in the 100 breast.
On the final day of the 2016 Longhorn Elite Invite, we’ll see some of the nation’s top Olympic hopefuls compete in the 200 fly, 100 breast, 100 back, and 200 IM.
David Nolan comes into the first finals session as the top seed in both the 100 free and 100 fly.