Kathleen Baker’s virtual trophy case is about to get more crowded. Check out our full list of U.S. Nationals award winners here.
After a prelims tie, World Junior Record holder Michael Andrew and American Record holder Caeleb Dressel will battle for the Worlds spot in the 50 fly
50 fly American record-holder Caeleb Dressel is looking to earn the first spot on the 2019 World Championships roster.
After winning the 100 free last night, Indiana’s Blake Pieroni looks dangerous in the 200 free, but Texas’ Townley Haas is the man to beat.
LeVant will be 19 by the end of the year, meaning his stellar 1:46.39 does not count as a world junior record.
Hali Flickinger is the one to watch in the 200 fly after breaking Mary Meagher’s 37-year-old U.S. Open Record this morning.
As the field vies for Pan Pacs relay spots Wednesday night in the 100 free, Nathan Adrian will also battle to keep up his 8-year national title streak alive.
Star sprinters Caeleb Dressel and Nathan Adrian headline the men’s 100 free, while the 200 fly brings in Jack Conger, Chase Kalisz, and Pace Clark for a rematch.
A pair of teenagers put up historic age group swims in prelims of the men’s 200 fly at Nationals this morning: 16-year-old Gianluca Urlando moved to #2 all-time in the 15-16 age group while 18-year-old Jack Levant jumped to #3 all-time in the 17-18 bracket.
Reigning World Champs silver medalist Townley Haas is going to need a couple other swimmers in the 1:44 or 1:45 range if the USA hopes to wrest the 4×200 title from Great Britain in 2019.
Wilson posted a 1:00.45 to knock off Licon’s 1:00.96.
Andrew Wilson, already the fastest American in the 100 breaststroke this season, took the top seed in the event in Thursday’s prelims.
Ryan Murphy wins 200m backstroke in 1:56.0
Ryan Lochte will take on the 200 back on day 2 in Santa Clara.
It’s time to look back at our top boys recruits heading into the NCAA next fall, revisiting a tough call at #1 between last year’s top prospect Reece Whitley (pictured) and Drew Kibler.