Jeremy Bagshaw and the Canadian men tried to improve their 800 free relay ranking at the end of day 5 finals at the Canadian Olympic Trials.
Sprint star Chantal van Landeghem will finally hit the water at these trials in the women’s 100 free heats.
While competing at the 2016 Canadian Swimming Trials In Toronto this weekend, Polish swimmer Jan Switkowski broke through with an important victory of his own.
Making the most of his appearance in Toronto is University of Wisconsin/New Zealander Matt Hutchins who scored a FINA cut in the men’s 400m freestyle today.
Lauren Boyle, Kane Radford, and Sophie Pascoe were among the honorees at yesterday’s Swimming New Zealand Awards.
Kiwi swimmer Matthew Stanley raced his way to the top of the podium in the men’s 100m freestyle on the final night of his nation’s Olympic Trials in Auckland.
Jungbluth and the Gators have had some big wins in the sprint events this year at SECs, including the Gators’ first 200 free relay victory since 2002.
Kahlia Warner defended her top prelims score with a 346.10 in tonight’s 1-meter final to take her first career SEC title.
Tennessee’s Faith Johnson anchored the Volunteers’ 200 medley relay to the first swimming victory of the 2016 SEC Championships.
Caeleb Dressel turned in an Olympic Trials cut in the 100 fly, helping UF to a big victory over FSU.
Caeleb Dressel seems to be doing just fine swimming sprint freestyle and breaststroke; check out his 400 medley split.
Natalie Hinds (above) is not messing around this year. She won all three of her individual events today vs. Minnesota.
Coming off an NCAA title in his freshman year, Caeleb Dressel will look to lead the Gators to an even better 2015-2016
For the men, Nova Southeastern’s Thiago Sickert swam a 44.68 for the top seed. That was good enough to put him ahead of Florida’s Caeleb Dressel (45.01) and Corey Main (45.49).
Caeleb Dressel took a win in one of his individual events, but it wasn’t one we see him in too often.