Columbus will see a bit of a skeleton crew for SwimSquads – every team should have an empty spot amongst its starters, making contributions from the top-tier swimmers even more vital.
Last year’s Junior National 5K winner Erica Sullivan won the National 5K on Sunday in Tempe.
Ashley Twichell successfully defended her 10K open water national title to kick off the action this weekend in Tempe.
Jordan Wilimovsky will defend his 10K title this weekend at the U.S. Open Water Nationals in Tempe.
Haley Anderson captured the Crippen Cup 10k crown over the weekend.
We’ll see 3 reigning NCAA champions compete in their events tonight between Stanford’s Simone Manuel (100 free), Cal’s Kathleen Baker (200 back), and Stanford’s Ella Eastin (200 fly).
Katie Ledecky swims the 500 free on day 2 of the Women’s Pac-12 Championships.
Junior Riley Scott was arguably the most impressive swimmer of the meet, taking 3 wins individually.
USC has only a small freshman class, but blue-chip breaststroker Margaret Aroesty has potential to become a bona fide star.
USA Swimming has released a statement stating that they have come to a joint decision to pull out the four American representatives in the Open Water event at the World University Games.
Ana Marcela Cunha struck gold in the women’s 25k, her third world title in the event and her third medal of these championships.
Olympic gold medalist Ferry Weertman will look to defeat reigning World Champion Jordan Wilimovsky in the men’s 10k.
USA Swimming has announced its 44-swimmer squad for the 2017 World University Games, with only two of the eligible pool swimming World Champs team members electing to take part in both meets.
Last year’s U.S. Olympic team was completely devoid of swimmers under 18. 15-year-old Regan Smith’s 2nd-place finish in the 200 back tonight shows a return to the U.S.’s young international-level swimmer tradition.
Becca Mann will be one of four Americans competing in the 10k Open Water event at the World University Games in August.