On the final day of the 2019 Georgia Tech Invitational, Leah Braswell swam 15:47 in the 1650 free, which is the best time in the country by almost 10 seconds.
Anchored by a 21.88 split from freshman Talia Bates (above), the Florida women hit the NCAA automatic invite time in the women’s 200 free relay on Friday.
This afternoon, Hartman went 1:00.84 to win the 100 breast, tying her for seventh in the country this season. She also won the 200 breast and 200 IM.
UNC sophomore Emma Cole was called a “social media sweetheart” during the ACC Network’s broadcast of the 2019 ACC Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships. SwamSwam caught up with Cole to ask her why.
Back at home for the first time in 2019, the North Carolina swimming and diving programs host the Virginia Cavaliers in Koury Natatorium on Friday at 3 p.m.
Pumputis’s 1:44.83 from last week’s ACC/Big Ten Challenge is no more.
Sophie Lindner was a standout performer in North Carolina’s decisive win over East Carolina.
USA Swimming constantly has young swimmers cropping up to take place of seasoned stars, and that couldn’t be more true in women’s backstroke.
NCAP’s Phoebe Bacon won the 50 back on the last day of the 2018 NCSA Junior National Championships.
The final night og the meet will feature the 50 back, 200 IM, 1650, 50 free, and 400 medley relay.
Marlins of Raleigh’s Grace Countie raced to two top prelims times this morning in Orlando, taking the top seed in the 50 back and 50 free.
Tonight’s final features the 100 back, women’s 500 free, men’s 100 free, 200 breast, and 100 fly.
The women’s 500 free has been set up to be a great race to watch tonight.
The Orlando YMCA played host to day 2 of the 2018 NCSA Junior Nationals.
16-year-old Abby Arens moved up to 12th all-time in the 15-16 age group with her 1:00-flat 100 breast at NCSA Junior prelims.