South Africa’s Chad le Clos took a second event win of the meet thus far in South Africa.
South Africa had a breakthrough with two swimmers qualifying for the Commonwealth Games in the 200 fly on the meet’s first day.
After the 2014 Men’s NCAA Championship, there were lots of great candidates for HardCore Swim of the Week. Arizona’s Kevin…
Michigan sophomore Dylan Bosch put a big exclamation mark on the 2014 NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships by swimming a 1:39.33…
Cal Golden Bear Ryan Murphy on being two-time NCAA champion: “It’s awesome. It’s been one of the best meets of my life and it’s sad that it’s starting to come to an end. But I think this is great for the team, most importantly. Hopefully we can keep the momentum rolling.”
Joao De Lucca wins 100 freestyle in 41.70, says the 100 free win was more meaningful than the 200 free for him this year.
Cal’s Jeremy Bagshaw had a huge swim out of the early heats of the mile, taking 2nd overall and setting the tone for a Cal team that got hot at the perfect time to make an NCAA championship run.
Dylan Bosch ran away with 200 butterfly final at the Texas Swimming Center to win the event on the final…
Texas’s John Murray, Cal’s Ryan Murphy and Florida’s Marcin Cieslak (pictured above) all hold top-2 seeds as their teams battle for the overall NCAA title on the meet’s final day.
Top-seeded Michigan sophomore Dylan Bosch will be looking to improve on his third-place finish of 2013. He will be joined by a large group of talented 200-flyers, any one of whom just could give us a new NCAA record this year.
Sophomore Chase Kalisz of Georgia is the favorite to win the 400 IM, and he has a shot at taking down the NCAA record while he’s at it.
Kyle Whitaker, the top seed in the men’s 200 IM, is looking to make an early statement for the defending champion Michigan Wolverines.
Pavel Sankovich has been a huge part of the Florida State Seminoles’ success this season.
With two defending NCAA Champions swimming their best races, and Bosch looking for 1:39 in the 200 fly, there’s a lot to look for on the final day of the 2014 Big Ten Championships.
Kyle Whitaker dropped another four tenths off his 400 IM for another Big Ten title. Meanwhile Ohio State and Penn State tied in a crazy 200 free relay that saw 4 teams go down to the wire.