In this article, we break down our five main takeaways from the men’s side of the 2022 U.S. National Championships meet that happened last week.
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US Summer Nationals action keeps rolling tonight with finals of the 400 IM, 100 breast, and 100 back, featuring top teens, college stars, and Olympians.
Jake Mitchell leads a men’s 400 free field crowded with NCAA stars, including two of his new Florida training partners on night 4 of finals at U.S Nats
SwimAtlanta’s Jack Aikins took the early lead and he just didn’t let it go, flipping first at the 100-meter mark at 56.69 with a .6 lead over the field.
Isabelle Stadden reflected on her national title race along with the other event winners on Day 2 of the U.S National Championships.
Katie Ledecky highlights night two of the U.S. Nationals as the top seed in the women’s 200 freestyle. She is followed closely by 2nd seed Erin Gemmell.
Katie Ledecky is the top seed in the women’s 200 freestyle tonight after swimming a 1:56.75 in prelims. 7 women got under the 2:00 mrk this morning.
Gretchen Walsh of Virginia was second in the women’s 100 free on night 1, swimming her fastest time in about three years.
The second day of the 2022 U.S. Nationals is here, and with it we have the 200 free, 200 breast, and 200 back.
15 year-old Thomas Heilman was part of a total of four victories on the second day of the Virginia Long Course Senior Champs.
UVA teammates Matt King and Gretchen Walsh and 15 year-old Thomas Heilman all had big swims in the 100 free to go along with plenty of other fast swimming.
Rising Virginia sophomore Gretchen Walsh swam season-best times in the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke this past weekend down in Greensboro.
Hunter Armstrong, the newly minter World Record holder in the 50 back, and a pack of other stars look to unseat Ryan Murphy in the 100 back.
Armstrong knocked more than two-tenths off the American Record and now ranks as the second-fastest swimmer in history, while Justin Ress is now #4.