Not only was that a massive personal best for Maurer, it also makes him the fastest American 17-year-old ever.
Kostoff’s record sat at 4:16.39, but Chai would dip under that mark, swimming a 4:15.91.
The senior has his sights set on Jeff Kostoff’s legendary CIF Division 2 record of 4:16.39.
Sarasota Sharks’ Liam Custer finished the race in 24.30 on the last 50 yards, breaking the NAG record by 8 seconds and the LSC record by nearly 30 seconds.
At the mid-point of competing Olympic boycotts, the national swimming teams of the U.S. and the USSR got together in 1982 for a dual meet. We’ve unearthed full results.
Our #1-ranking votes are no longer unanimous after a fast fall season for several top programs. The uncertainty after the top two also continues.
Minnesota’s new distance coach Jeff Kostoff will have a big distance group to work with beginning in the fall of 2020.
After three years at Indiana and three at his alma mater Stanford, Kostoff is headed to Minneapolis to join the Gopher staff.
Magahey threw down a 4:15.63, shattering the previous record of 4:16.39, which was set by Jeff Kostoff in 1983.
Magahey (above) took out Jeff Kostoff’s public school record in the 500 free that stood for 36 years.
Alto Swim Club offers training for age group, collegiate, and professional/post-graduate swimmers.
Magahey went the 5th fastest 500 all-time for 15-16 boys, broke the GHSA record, and came within .49 seconds of breaking Jeff Kostoff’s national public school record.
The American Swimming Coaches’ Association (ASCA) has announced a 4-member class that will be inducted into its 2018 Coaches Hall…
Following up on yesterday’s interview with the three Cardinal distance swimmers competing at NCAA’s this weekend, we got on the phone with Jeff Kostoff to discuss his path back to coaching, the state of distance swimming, and how he thinks about training different types of swimmers.
Jeff Kostoff, swimming legend, swam 4:16 500 in 1983 in high school. The record stood for 30 years. Now Jeff’s the Assistant Coach at Stanford, revving up the distance crew. With a mean crew of 500 talent like Grant Shoults (pictured above), Jeff plans to make a big dent in the NCAA final next March.