Maxime Rooney is seeded second in the men’s 200 free on Day 4 of the 2016 U.S. Open behind Wales’ Calum Jarvis.
Michigan’s Dylan Bosch is the top seed in the 200 fly, chasing a four-peat of Big Ten titles in the event to close his stellar career at the conference level.
The University of Minnesota swimmers took a bulk of the wins at this weekend’s three-session Minnesota Challenge, including a school record diving performance by Matt Barnard.
The Wisconsin Badgers opened their season with a pair of narrow wins over border rivals Minnesota at home Friday night. The Wisconsin women topped the defending Big Ten champs by just 4 points, while the men won by 18.
Following Samantha Harding’s eighth-place finish in the women’s open water 10k (2:04:37.7), Team Canada and Minnesota teammate Kierra Smith took home gold in the 200-meter breaststroke.
Kierra Smith was untouchable in the 200 breast as the Gopher men and women held their leads in this B1G clash.
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Kierra Smith was a double winner for the Minnesota women, who hold big leads over Purdue and Northwestern.
16-year-old Erin Voss of the Greater Holyoke YMCA Vikings went 2:12.43 in the 200 back this morning, obliterating the standing YMCA national record in the event.
Day 3 of the 2014 YMCA Long Course National Championships picked up right where day 2 left off, with lots,…
YMCA of the Triangle’s Olivia Ontjes broke her own YMCA National record in the 50 breast to highlight Wednesday prelims YMCA Nationals.
Olvia Ontjes from YOTA, meanwhile, skipped the 50 free to focus on the 200 breast this year, and so far the decision has paid off.
While Day 3 was the first prelims session with no new national records, there was still plenty of fast swimming to go around.
Jonathan Rutter from Powel Crosley Jr. YMCA, OH, swims a record-breaking 200 m breaststroke last night at finals. He and coach Mike Leonard obviously very excited about win. (Photo Credit: Olympian Josh Davis)
Kishwaukee YMCA’s Caitlynn Moon has secured another win, on only the second day of competition, in the 400 m freestyle. Moon’s first win was in the 1500 m freestyle Monday night.