Alabama’s Rhyan White comes in as the favorite in the women’s 200 back as Alabama battles with Georgia and Kentucky for a likely second place team finish.
Tennessee’s Jordan Crooks will have all eyes on him in the men’s 100 freestyle after becoming the fastest freshman in the 50 free earlier in the meet.
After leading off Florida’s 800 free relay in 1:30.42 on Tuesday, Kieran Smith will tackle the 400 IM instead of the 200 free on Thursday.
The Kentucky women hosted Marshall and the men competed in exhibition events on January 14 after Kentucky’s tri-meet with Ohio State and Texas was canceled.
Last spring, as a sophomore, Boggs was the TISCA state champion in the 500 free as well as top-8 finisher in the 200 IM.
In his first meet back, it looks as though the 5th year sprinter hasn’t missed a beat.
Their NCAA finish came a month after Kentucky won its first SEC women’s team title in program history, accumulating 1124 points to beat Florida by 50 points.
NC State rising junior Katharine Berkoff took about 1.6 seconds off her lifetime best 100 free time going into this meet from 2018 Summer Nationals.
Collegiate swimmers, including Nicolas Albiero, dominated night 3 of the southern zone sectionals meet, winning every individual event contested.
Moore roared to a 4:18.04, winning the race by nearly 7 seconds.
US National Team member Michael Chadwick was one of many athletes to near their times from Olympic Trials at the ESSZ Sectionals meet.
Night two of the 2021 Atlanta Classic will feature the finals of the women’s and men’s 200 fly, 50 free, 100 back, 200 breast, and the 400 free.
2016 Olympian Olivia Smoliga holds the fastest seed time in the 100 back this morning (58.73), and she is ranked 4th in the 50 free (24.83).
Rio Olympian Melanie Margalis leads both the 200 free (1:56.58 seed) and 100 breast (1:07.20 seed) women’s prelims events here in Atlanta.
Caeleb Dressel’s 8 LCM swims for the 2021 Atlanta Classic: 50 FR, 100 FL, 100 FR (all #1), 200 FR (#5), 200 FL (#6), 200 IM (#6), 100 BR (#9), 100 BK (#17).