Caeleb Dressel blasted an inconceivable 18.23 in finals of the 50 free tonight to reset his hours-old American, NCAA, and U.S. Open records.
Kahlia Warner defended her top prelims score with a 346.10 in tonight’s 1-meter final to take her first career SEC title.
Hali Flickinger will be a major contributor for Georgia at her final SEC Championships.
Caeleb Dressel turned in an Olympic Trials cut in the 100 fly, helping UF to a big victory over FSU.
Kelsi Worrell is expected to crush records of all kinds in the butterfly events at NCAAs this season.
Bronte and Cate Campbell are two of the deadliest sprinters in the world right now.
US Olympians Elizabeth Beisel, Conor Dwyer, and Matt Grevers all scratched events on day two of the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series Meet in Santa Clara.
Freshman star Cierra Runge is the NCAA record holder in the 500 free, but it’s no easy task to hold off swimmers like Leah Smith and Brittany Maclean.
She is currently the top ranked NCAA swimmer in both the 500 and 1650, and second in the nation in those events behind only Katie Ledecky. She swam a 4:31.90 and a 15:40.17 at the PAC 12 Championships, setting a new NCAA record in the 500 and a PAC 12 meet record in the 1650.
Georgia freshman Gunnar Bentz is zoning in on the 400 IM race, forgoing his 3rd seed in the men’s 200 freestyle.
Coach Troy: “The FSU meet is always a spirited competition, as so many of the athletes on each squad looked at both schools. This meet also provides for a unique opportunity after exams to springboard into the main part of the season.”
Caleb Dressel clocked an NCAA ‘A cut at the Georgia Tech Invitational in the 50 free, 19.31.
Gregg Troy’s Florida Gators remained undefeated on the season, rolling past Kentucky while winning all but 7 events.
The Southeastern Conference (SEC) has released its weekly award winners for swimming & diving, with Florida coming out the best. The Gators picked up 3 of the 6 weekly awards including the female swimmer and diver of the week.
Freshman Caeleb Dressel became the 4th NCAA man under 20 this season while Jessica Thielmann (pictured) paced two distance races for the women.