The first night of racing at the 2023 Pro Swim Series in Westmont, Illinois will feature the women’s and men’s 800 freestyles.
Three athletes on the men’s side pulled out of the 800 free, while Katie Ledecky removed herself earlier this week due to illness.
Ohio State’s Charlie Clark is the top seed of the four 1650 free heats that will race in this session. The fastest heat will swim in finals.
Kentucky’s Levi Sandidge is the top seed in the men’s mile at the NCAA Championships by more than 3 seconds, but can he escape the freshman curse in this event?
The defending champion Indiana Hoosiers have put themselves in position to win this meet handily after a dominant performance this morning.
Indiana, Ohio State, and Michigan are in prime position to separate themselves from the rest of the field at the 2023 Men’s Big Ten Championships.
. As a freshman last year, Michigan’s Gal Groumi won the 200 IM by nearly a full second.
Indiana won the men’s Big Ten title last year by 93 points over Ohio State. Defending champion Michigan came in third, 350 points behind Ohio State.
Both the Ohio State men and women dominated the Tim Welsh invite, with the Buckeye women putting up a pair top two times nationally in the free relays.
It was the first time the Ohio State men have beat Michigan on the road since 1951 and the first time the Buckeye women have ever won in Ann Arbor.
19-year-old Hungarian distance freestyler Zalan Sarkany blazed an 8:50.56 in his first-ever 1000 free race to take down an ASU school record from 1984.
Amy Fulmer (above), Charlie Clark, and Felicia Pasadyn each give their favorite/best sets from Ohio State’s winter training. See what they are here!
This week, we’re highlighting big team dual meet performances, swimmers who stepped up, and going in-depth on the numbers of NCAA relay qualification.
The Buckeyes swept the relays, and Alex Quach went 3-3 individually, as Ohio State defeated both Alabama and Texas in dual meet scoring.