Como otra gran ventaja, el tiempo de Borodin esta noche supera fácilmente el estándar de clasificación “A” de la FINA para los Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio.
17-year-old Ilya Borodin broke through the 2:00 barrier big time in the men’s 200m IM, establishing a new Russian record in the process.
Day 2 of the 2020 Texas First Chance Invite should feature plenty more fast swimming, including some attempts at national age group records.
Shaine Casas set the tone with a blistering 44.40 in the 100 back, Drew Kibler dropped a 4:08 in the 500 free, and Carson Foster went 3:35 in the 400 IM.
18 year-old Texas freshman Carson Foster is now #2 all-time in the 400 IM, after blasting a 3:35.27 tonight in Austin, Texas.
Shaine Casas, Drew Kibler, and Carson Foster each had swims that ranks them among the top ten performers ever in their respective events.
This weekend will mark the biggest weekend in college swimming since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, with several teams competing in dual meets.
Freshman freestyler David Johnston continued to impress at Texas’s season-opening intrasquad meet, dropping three seconds for an 8:55 to win the 1000 free.
University of Texas Head Swimming Coach Eddie Reese was happy with 2020 Texas Orange and White Intrasquad. See all race videos here.
Former Georgia swimmer Gunnar Bentz swam his first race on Thursday since joining the Texas post-grad group, posting a 1:42 in the 200 yard fly.
Texas held the first half of its annual intrasquad meet today, with freshmen David Johnston and Carson Foster along with sophomore Caspar Corbeau starring.
Last season, Daniel Krueger swam 41.99 in the 100 free and 19.32 in the 50 free at Texas’ season-opening intrasquad meet.
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The time is Foster’s 2nd fastest of the year, coming in behind the 1:47.74 he swam in January, which currently ranks him as the #4 American this year.
Jake talked with us about what makes Carmel such a special team and why so many great swimmers have been forged in its fires.