Tan swam to a time of 2:18.01 in the 200 breast, putting her well under the 2:18.29 standard while taking over 11th all-time in the 11-12 age group.
Yui Ohashi has become the latest woman to pull off a seemingly IM-specific feat by winning 2 Olympic gold medals in the same discipline.
Paralympic swimmers Evan Austin and Leanne Smith have been nominated for the 2021 ESPY Awards in the “Best Athlete with a Disability” category.
.04 separated 1st place finisher Walsh and 3rd place finisher Cox in the 200 IM final Wednesday, the closest 200 IM finish in U.S. Olympic Trial history.
Fourth in the women’s 200 IM in 2016, Madisyn Cox appears to be hitting her peak as we head into the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials.
At USA Swimming’s Virtual Convention, Kathleen Fisher was voted the Board’s new At-Large Director and Katie Meili was named their new Athlete Representative.
Two-time US Olympian Cammile Adams is one of three swimmers on the ballot for a seat on USA Swimming’s Board of Directors this weekend.
Read more on the top 8 U.S. women’s 200 IMers this Olympic quad, featuring Melanie Margalis, Kathleen Baker, Alex Walsh, Madisyn Cox, Ella Eastin, and more.
It’s June 21st, and in addition to being Father’s Day, today was supposed to be the start of the 2020 US Olympic Trials.
After setting an American record in the 50 free during the shortened 2019-20 NCAA season, Weitzeil becomes the sixth Cal swimmer to win the award.
Melanie Margalis now owns both American Records in IM in short course meters.
Beata Nelson was named CSCAA’s Swimmer of the Year after winning 3 events and setting 2 American records.
Nelson upset American record holder Ella Eastin for the second-fastest performance in history.
Beata Nelson upset American record holder Ella Eastin to win the 200 IM.
Melanie Margalis broke the American Record in 2:04.62, winning silver behind Katinka Hosszu.