The Harvard men competed at home for the first time since February 2020, defeating Columbia 207-93. The Crimson are now 3-0 this season.
Harvard’s Cole Kuster won the 400 IM and 500 free as Harvard men downed Cornell and Dartmouth in their Ivy season opener.
2016 bronze medalist Robert Griswold (above) is entering the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics as the defending world champion in the S8 100 back and SM8 200 IM.
The USOPC has announced the thirty four swimmers who will be representing the United States at the 2021 Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Sapp’s records were a part of a slew that fell throughout the final day of competition at the United States Paralympic Trials.
Teams from 19 different countries gathered in Texas for the second stop of the Para Swimming World Series, where several national records fell.
Jake Johnson set a meet record and had five individual wins at the 2019 Mid Atlantic LC Senior Championship at Bucknell University.
The FISH topped both the men’s and women’s team standings at the conclusion of the 2019 Speedo Sectionals at Buffalo, rightfully earning the title of combined team champions.
The 15-year old Matteson is primarily a breaststroker; but in his first individual final of the meet, he won the 200 fly in a new lifetime best.
Madelyn Donohoe picked up two wins to match her win in the mile on day 1.
Radnor Aquatic Club and Haverford High School’s David Abrahams has committed to the application process at Harvard.
Alexei Sancov, 100 free and 100 fly runner-up, and Jake Magahey, 400 free champ, will face off in the men’s 200 free.
15 year old Oludare Rose won the men’s 400 free with a 3:59.46, winning by a 4 second margin.