Texas senior Tate Jackson had a great swim in the 100 free, winning it in 49.20, which is the third-best time amongst Americans this season.
We’ll get to see A&M’s Sydney Pickrem in action, as the 2017 World Champs bronze medalist is one of the highest profile swimmers, internationally, at this meet.
Last Friday, SwimSwam published our Swammy Awards Top 10 Swims of the Year. The number one race was the men’s medley relay at the Asian Games.
Her time of 15:36.52 ranks her 3rd all-time in the 17-18 age group, behind only Katie Ledecky and Katie Hoff.
Erica Sullivan sets another lifetime best, this time in the 500 freestyle. Texas post-grads Madisyn Cox, Will Licon, and Clark Smith also win events at day 3 of the KMSC Pro-Am in Texas.
Texas Exes Will Licon and Madisyn Cox each won a pair, while Erica Sullivan continued to crush her own personal bests in Lewisville.
Kibler won the 200 free after coming back on reigning NCAA champion Townley Haas. Kibler touched in 1:37.31 to Haas’ 1:37.44. Kibler came back from being down 47.42 to 46.97 at the 100 mark
Junior standout Felix Auboeck looks to lead the #5 Michigan men in 2018-2019.
This is the turnaround story of Zane Grothe: U.S. National Champion, Team USA member, and Fike Swim ambassador.
The 100 back includes World Record holder and Olympic champion Ryan Murphy, 100 back Olympic champ Matt Grevers, Worlds 50 backstroker Justin Ress, Olympic backstroker Jacob Pebley, and Harvard standout Dean Farris in his first ever long course nationals final.
Katie Ledecky has scratched the 1500 free on the final day of competition at 2018 U.S. Nationals.
Regan Smith and Olympic medalist Kathleen Baker will go up against a stacked 100 back field after tying for the 200 back win.
Ryan Murphy will go for the backstroke sweep on day 4 of the 2018 Phillips 66 Nationals Championships.
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Reigning World Champs silver medalist Townley Haas is going to need a couple other swimmers in the 1:44 or 1:45 range if the USA hopes to wrest the 4×200 title from Great Britain in 2019.