Watch Conor Dwyer’s 400 free and the rest of the races from Day One Finals of U.S. Winter Nationals.
Heading into his senior year, Dylan Bosch will look to regain his national title in the 200 yard butterfly after finishing 3rd last season.
Six current or former University of Michigan swimmers competed at the Pan American Games in Toronto last week, with four of them bringing home medals for their respective countries.
Going into the final day of competition there have been 12 swimmers who have guaranteed spots on the worlds team based on Swimming Canada’s priority once selection, and it seems six more could qualify.
Michigan’s Dylan Bosch capitalized on his 200 IM top seed as he led a pack of Wolverines into tonight’s B1G Finals where the Maize and Blue’s depth dominated.
Michigan’s Paul Powers is the top seed coming out of this morning’s 50 freestyle prelims – 19.21 for an NCAA automatic qualifying time for the freshman.
The last 100 is where Cochrane turned on the jets and rocked a wicked 55.5 last 100 to pass McKeon, come fist, and set a new Canadian record of 3:43.46.
Ivy Martin and Josh Fleagle were named Big Ten Swimmers of the Week for November 11th, while Rutgers picked up its first-ever Big Ten weekly honor.
Defending champions of their respective conferences, the Virginia women and Michigan men hold onto leads after one day of the triangular meet at Penn State.
Fraser-Holmes is currently the Commonwealth record holder in the 400m IM with the 4:10.14 he swam at Australian nationals in 2013. If he’s able to swim a time like that at Commonwealths he’ll break Chad Le Clos’ games record of 4:13.25 and definitely be in contention for the gold.
The Canadian Senior National Team are going to be plenty busy this summer. Here are three Canadians to keep an eye on.
An arbitrator ruled this week that the 5 Canadian National Age Group records set by Evan White and his teammates last fall will stand, ending a legal battle waged since Swimming Canada chose not to ratify the records in January.
Missy Franklin has been nothing but spectacular this weekend at the Mel Zajac International and she continued to impress by…
Missy Franklin stole the show in the 200m backstroke throwing down a 2:11.75 to take the top seed over teammate Elizabeth Pelton. Pelton touched in at 2:13.11 to take the second seed. The two Cal teammates really separated themselves from the rest of the field; third seed Melanie Klaren who’s also a Cal swimmer was over two seconds behind Pelton in 2:15.22
At the conclusion of the 2014 Canadian Swimming Trials Swimming Canada announced both the Pan Pacific Championships and Commonwealth Games Teams…