Last year, it took 1:00.75 to final. This year’s field shapes up to be much, much faster.
After narrowly failing to qualify for the 2017 World Championships team, Olympic silver medalist Josh Prenot looks to return to the top of the U.S. 200 breast field.
Kevin Cordes’ 26.76 stands as the American Record, while Andrew has been 27.12 and Wilson 27.18.
Kelsi Dahlia headlines the women’s 200 fly on the final day in Columbus.
Lilly King is going to have to drop a 1:04 in Columbus if she’s going to steal back the world’s #1 100 breast spot from Yulia Efimova.
Felix Auboeck won the men’s 400 free on day 2 of the 2018 Eric Namesnik Memorial Open.
Miranda Tucker had a pair of victories on day 1 of the Eric Namesnik Memorial Open.
Katie Ledecky will hunt down another world record tonight in the women’s 800 freestyle.
Hugo Gonzalez missed a pair of A-finals in the 200 & 400 IM after coming in as the #1 seed.
Harvard has opted out of today’s 400 medley relay prelims, meaning swimming fans won’t get to see Dean Farris swim a 100 back at this meet.
The favorite heading into the meet, Indiana’s Ian Finnerty, is the only man to have broken 51 so far this season.
Swimming it for the first time at NCAAs, Andrew Seliskar is in the hunt for the 200 breast NCAA title.
The Indiana men repeated as Big Ten champions for the first time since 1985.
Conner McHugh took over the #1 spot in the nation with his preliminary 1:51.66 200 breast, and will look to knock it down even further tonight.
It’s been a great meet for Indiana’s Ian Finnerty, but one pivotal evening of racing remains.