This race is Lilly King’s to lose.
After swimming in the 100 breast final last night, Bethany Galat gave swimswam an idea of where she’s at in her taper and what she expects out of the next few weeks
Cox last raced at March’s Pro Swim Series stop in Atlanta. She’s part of a field full of National Teamers and World Championship medalists this weekend in Austin.
According to Lilly King, 2018 is her “big 200 summer.” But, will she be able to hold off stiff domestic competition?
Katie Ledecky will hunt down another world record tonight in the women’s 800 freestyle.
Lilly King will swim the women’s 100 breast on day 4 in Indianapolis.
Jacob Pebley is the top seed in the men’s 200 back field by a wide margin in Indianapolis.
Simone Manuel will battle a stacked field tonight in the women’s 100 freestyle in Indianapolis.
Nathan Adrian will swim his signature 100 freestyle on day 2 of the Indianapolis Pro Series.
There aren’t a whole lot of surprises in the starting SwimSquad lineups in Indy, but a few of the trailing teams have made some Hail-Mary type selections looking to spark a big second-half comeback.
Guess who’s back? Katie Ledecky makes her 2018 Pro Swim Series debut in Indy, and could shake up the SwimSquad battles team point tallies.
We’re now a ways out from women’s NCAA’s, but that doesn’t mean we have to stop breaking down the meet….
We ranked Stanford’s class #1 back in the summer of 2014, and guess what? They delivered. Top-10 prospects Simone Manuel, Janet Hu (pictured), Ally Howe and Lindsey Engel averaged 100 individual NCAA points just between the four of them. That means without even considering relays, that quartet could have placed inside the top 15 at NCAAs every year of their career.
Texas A&M’s Bethany Galat, who started to close in on the back half, was just shy of the former record in 2:03.26
Stanford, qui a su attirer ses nageuses autour de ses programmes d’enseignement et de sport, ne pouvait être battue.