Six of the eight gold medalists in the women’s 4×100 medley relay either competed for, or will be competing for, NCAA programs in 2016.
Cate Campbell has given the freestyle leg on Australia’s medley relay despite fading to 6th in the individual race, getting beaten by her sister Bronte.
Check out a full preview of tonight’s medley relays, with full projections of all 16 finalists based off of their flat start times done here in Rio.
Cate and Bronte Campbell of Australia will get the chance to redeem themselves in the 50m freestyle today after both failing to make the podium in the 100 last night.
Katie Ledecky will look for her second straight 800 free Olympic title tonight.
Kylie Masse broke her own 100 back national record in the 400 medley relay prelims this morning, leading off the Canadian women who also combined to break the national record.
The Campbell sisters will look to rebound this morning (or afternoon) in the 50 freestyle after a disappointing 100 freestyle final last night.
Texas Longhorn Townley Haas was one of seven NCAA swimmers who earned medals in the 4×200 freestyle relays earlier this week in Rio.
Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte could possibly be setting up their last Olympic showdown of all time in this event. Phelps is the top seed, the three-time defending Olympic champ, Lochte the world record holder, and they’re not alone in the competition.
The IOC has confirmed that Canadians Penny Oleksiak and Taylor Ruck are the first two Olympic medalists ever that were born in the 2000s.
Abbey Weitzeil’s huge split on the 4×100 free relay gives a spark of hope to an American medley relay originally projected to take silver.
The Stanford women have collected four medals so far, with three of them coming from Team USA’s silver medal performance in the women’s 4×100 free relay Saturday night.
For the second time today the Canadian women managed to break the national record in the 4x100m freestyle relay, this time dipping under 3:33 and securing an Olympic medal.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu will look for her first Olympic medal tonight after narrowly missing the wolrd record this morning in the women’s 400 IM.
At the Kinsmen Sports Centre in Edmonton, Alberta where the Canadian Swimming Championships are being held, tonight’s Olympic 100m butterfly semifinal will be shown on the timing board during tonight’s session.