The 2018 Central American & Caribbean (CAC) Games wrapped up in Barranquilla, Colombia, but not before the nation of Mexico upgraded its 2nd place position in the 2014 swimming medal table to 1st place overall.
Dylan Carter broke 2 CAC Games Records on night 5 in Barranquilla.
Representing his home nation of Trinidad & Tobago, Dylan Carter crushed a winning 50m fly time of 23.11 to now rank 4th in the world.
Joanna Evans of the Bahamas took her 2nd individual gold of the 2018 CAC Games, establishing a national record in the process.
Alia Atkinson turned heads at the CAC Games, clocking 1:06.83 to take the women’s 100m breaststroke.
The Campbell sisters will look for a pair of 1-2 finishes in the sprint free events at the Commonwealth Games.
Texas women’s head coach Carol Capitani sat down with the media at the conclusion of NCAA’s to breakdown the Longhorn’s 6th place performance.
The overall level of competition is undoubtedly high at the 2018 NCAA Championships, but a few swims stood out as “off.”
Stanford’s Katie Ledecky (500 free), Simone Manuel (50 free), and Ella Eastin (200 IM) are chasing their own records today as the Cardinal swimmers hold the NCAA Records in all 3 individual races.
Mallory Comerford is one of four 4:35’s coming into the 2018 NCAA Championships in the 500 free, behind Katie Ledecky’s 4:26.
Katie Ledecky became the first woman to break 9:00 in the 1000 last year, and she’s poised to make history yet again in the 1650.
That split by schooling was the 3rd fastest fly split in history, behind only his own 19.36 from the 2016 NCAA Championships and 19.45 from last season’s NCAAs.
Texas is poised to win their 6th Big 12 title in a row.
Texas and Arizona State split at ASU’s home pool Friday afternoon.
After competing in this morning’s prelims, swimmers are now gearing up for the finals session, which will feature the 400 free, 50 free, 50 back, 50 fly, 50 breast, and 200 mystery IM