Kenya’s Swaleh Talib was one of four swimmers cut from the Commonwealth Games team due to budget cuts as the national federation remains banned by FINA.
The country has been under temporary suspension for the past two years after failing to meet two deadlines for elections in 2020.
Northern Arizona women earned their 9th consecutive WAC title tonight after Casey Craffey won the 1650 and Maddy Rey won her 3rd individual event of the meet
Northern Arizona women maintained their lead after Maddy Rey won the 400 IM with a school-record time of 4:15.32 and a 2-second lead over the field.
UNLV men and NAU women maintained their leads after Bolanos won the 200 IM, Mykkannen scored a 2nd place finish in the 500, and NAU’s Maddy Rey won the 500.
UNLV men had to chase down Air Force’s 800 free relay after AFA’s Zhang led-off with a WAC record time of 1:33.39. UNLV took control in the last half to win.
Raphaela Nakashima, Maria Brunlehner, and Emily Muteti (above) look to score the most points for GCU women and help overthrow 8x champions Northern Arizona.
CBU honored their seniors on Sunday, and the men won their meet against GCU 183.5-115.5. The women lost their meet, 163.5-132.5.
Grand Canyon’s Jack Armstrong set a new school record in the men’s 50 free and contributed on two winning relays to open the Miami Invite.
Il Kenya ha selezionato due atleti per i Giochi Olimpici nell’ambito del programma Universality anche se vige una sospensione da FINA
Danilo Rosafio, who trains at Loughborough in the UK, and Emily Muteti, who trans at Grand Canyon University in the US, are both headed to Tokyo this summer.
New Mexico State jumped up 2 places from Day 2, and are heading into the final day of competition just 28 points behind NAU.
The team standings remain very tight, with just 22 points between NAU in 1st and New Mexico State in 4th.
Grand Canyon and Northern Arizona, the two top conference title contenders this year, are tied going into the first day of individual racing tomorrow.
The Kenya Swimming Federation, currently suspended by FINA, has named a pool of 13 swimmers from which it will choose 2 Universality entries for the Olympics.