Many thanks to Tim Binning – theswimpictures.com – for these great swimming photos.
The Texas Longhorns have a 400 medley relay that could be good for a very long time.
Cristian Quintero was incredible at Pac 12’s for USC. Where does he fall in our top 10?
Texas coach Eddie Reese has plenty of options for his relays this week, as the Longhorns go after their first team championship since 2010.
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Jack Conger is the heavy favorite in the 200 fly after a jaw dropping performance in a time trial at the Big 12 Championships
Alabama is a bit of a surprise as the #1 incoming seed, but put together four really solid legs on this relay. They’ll have to fight off defending champs Cal and a host of other schools to stay on top, though.
We might be in for an even more wild ride than we had at last year’s championships this weekend in Iowa City
American record-holder David Nolan, a Stanford Cardinal, has the fastest time in this year’s 200 IM field by over a second, but five other swimmers who return from last year’s A-final will be looking to deny him his second NCAA title in this event.
The three swimmers above all return from the Trojans’ title-winning 800 free relay last year in hopes to defend their crown.
Top seed Jack Conger is having quite a sophomore season, and he’ll look to score a NCAA title in the 100 fly on day 2 of competition.
Jack Conger Chooses 200 Fly Over 200 Back: Could 3 (Or More) Swimmers Break the American/US Open Record?
Jack Conger is opting out of the 200 backstroke to swim the 200 butterfly on the final day of the 2015 Men’s NCAA Championships.
Conger is now the only swimmer other than the most decorated Olympian of all time, Michael Phelps, to go under 1:40 in both the 200 yard fly and the 200 yard backstroke. He can swim it all, and the decision to swim the 200 fly at NCAAs still hasn’t been made.
3 of the 5 best 200 flyers in NCAA history performed at separate times and in separate places last week, further building the excitement for when all three finally meet head to head.
Freshman Brett Ringgold is the top seed in the 100 free, where defending Big 12 champ Tim Squires of West Virginia may prove the toughest test to the ongoing Texas sweep on the men’s side.