Jordan Crooks clocked an eye-popping 42.14 on the second leg of Tennessee’s 400 free relay, going head-to-head with Liendo.
Follow along as SwimSwam live recaps Saturday’s dual meet matchup between the #1/9-ranked Virginia and the #11/3-ranked Florida teams.
USA Swimming announced Katie Grimes and Brennan Gravley as the Open Water Swimmers of the Year winners at the Annual Business Meeting.
Liendo swam his first-ever yards competition today, where he went a 19.69 50 free, 48.06 100 fly, 20.70 50 fly relay split, and 44.38 100 free relay split.
Despite incurring significant losses, the Florida men have reloaded and appear poised to repeat as the third-place team at NCAAs for the third year in a row.
Ana Marcela Cunha (above middle) won her third-straight World Championship in the women’s 5km race on Monday in Lake Lupa.
Those 16 athletes represent seven countries: United States (8), Venezuela (2), Colombia (2), Jordan (1), Germany (1), Egypt (1) and Argentina (1).
Grimes will be the only American to compete at the 2022 World Championships in the pool and on the Open Water team.
After claiming Olympic gold in Tokyo, Bobby Finke is the clear favorite to make the World Championship team in the men’s 800 freestyle.
Part II of The Brothers Gravley In The Open Sea features a conversation with Brennan on his open water performances and training at the University of Florida.
A conversation with Dylan Gravley on his performance at nationals, his open water acumen, and some advice for fellow swimmers attempting open water.
Results from Open Water Nationals and Junior Nationals in Florida finalized the 2022 U.S. Open Water National Team and World Junior Championships rosters.
While Florida’s Brennan Gravley led the pack up until the final lap, two-time 25k world champion Reymond made his move and came from outside the top 3 to win.
The University of Florida men remain one of the strongest teams in the nation and returns all but one of its 2021 NCAA scorers.
We’re back this week with swimming’s TopTenTweets presented by Arena, where we round up the best of the swimming Twitterverse.