Eyes are on Austin, Texas, tonight as swimmers are gearing up for day 1 finals at the 2016 Arena Pro Swim Series – Austin.
Keep up to date with day 1 prelims at the Arena Pro Swim Series in Austin.
The Netherlands’ Ranomi Kromowidjojo will be defending her world title in tonight’s 50 free final. She’s the currently the World Record holder in this race, having set the mark at 23.24 back in 2013.
There are 4 swimmers ranked #1 in multiple individual events: Chase Kalisz, Clark Smith, Caeleb Dressel, and Ryan Murphy.
While a few big invites are yet to come, namely the Georgia Fall Invite and Texas Invite, we’ve put together a list of the top 10 swimmers in each event from the invites that have been swum so far.
NC State distance standout Anton Ipsen finished out the 2016 NC State GAC Invitational with a blistering 14:39.63 to win the men’s 1650 free.
2016 NC STATE INVITATIONAL Live results Meet info Hosted by NC State University Thursday, November 17th-Saturday, November 19th 25 yards…
The Wolfpack distance crew got off to a strong start, with Anton Ipsen and Hannah Moore taking top seeds for finals in the 500 free.
Joseph Schooling gave Texas the lead after the fly leg of the 200 medley relay, but Ryan Held roared home in 18.8 to give NC State the victory.
Ipsen and Wilimovsky were neck-and-neck through most of the 1000 free, but Ipsen had the slight edge, winning in a new Pool Record time of 8:55.21.
NC State swimmer Anton Ipsen, Pitt diver Dominic Giordano, Virginia swimmer Leah Smith and North Carolina diver Elissa Dawson are this week’s ACC Swimming and Diving performers of the week.
Jack Conger (left) and the Texas Longhorns will be challenged by the Cal Bears this season, but for now, they’re our #1 team
NC STATE VS WISCONSIN Results Hosted by NC State University Friday, October 21st-Saturday, October 22nd 25 yards Dual meet format…
The NC State Wolfpack will be looking to bust through into the top 3 at NCAAs after a somewhat disappointing 4th place finish last year.
NC State’s Anton Ipsen dominated the men’s 1500, winning with a time of 15:19.01 that put him over 40 seconds ahead of anyone else in the field.