With Cesar Cielo leaving the FINA World Championships prematurely due to injury, the door is wide open for a number of swimmers to capitalize on his absence from the 50 free.
2015 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS RACE VIDEO: Ryan Lochte secured his fourth consecutive World Title in the men’s 200 IM with a time of 1:55.81, earning an much needed medal for the United States.
2015 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS POST RACE INTERVIEW: Lochte knew he was risking a DQ on the turn in the 200 IM. He took the chance and won.
Dan Wallace has been breaking his own Scottish record in the 200m IM all week, slowly taking chunks off it in prelims, then semifinals, and now finals.
At the World Championships in Kazan, Ryan Lochte headlined Florida’s events with a dominating performance in the 200-meter IM (1:55.81).
USA’s Ryan Lochte is just one of four University of Florida-affiliated swimmers competing in the men’s 200m IM final.
For the second time today Scottish swimmer Dan Wallace took down his national record in the 200m IM, this time securing himself a spot in the finals.
Dan Wallace of Great Britain broke his own Scottish national record Wednesday morning during the heats of the 200m IM in order to take the second seed behind fellow Gator grad Ryan Lochte.
On the men’s side, senior Corey Main, junior Mitch D’Arrigo, and sophomore Jan Switkowski are set to represent the Blue and Orange. Sophomore Theresa Michalak will also compete on the women’s end.
The British team of 29 athletes features the likes of Commonwealth and European Champions Adam Peaty, Jazz Carlin, Ross Murdoch, Siobhan-Marie O’Connor and Chris Walker-Hebborn.
I believe that Daiya Seto will be faster than he was in Barcelona and swim a 4:07 to take the title.
With Phelps and Hagino absent, Ryan Lochte is looking for his 4th consecutive title.
Dressel (above) won five races at the Southern Zone South Sectional Championships in Orlando this weekend.
Caeleb Dressel went big in two swims on Friday in Orlando.
Phelps Phelps Phelps. He’s 30 now, but will be looking to add more hardware to his collection of Olympic Medals which is now 22-deep.