El Kamash, who was 13th in the men’s 800 free at the 2022 World Championships, is one of five scratches from the event on Wednesday in Knoxville.
Costa (pictured) was the top seed in the 1500 free, and had previously won the 400 and 800 free earlier on at the 2022 U.S. Open.
NC State’s Ross Dant has scratched the men’s 800 free as the fifth-seed on the first night of competition at the U.S. Open in Greensboro.
We’ve some fast swimming in Knoxville this week, and should be in store for more this evening in the meet’s final session.
If you feel the need for speed, keep an eye on the results here tonight, as several of the top sprinters in the nation will be going head to head.
The 2022 Tennessee Invite is underway this morning at the Allan Jones Aquatic Center in Knoxville.
Crooks’ time of 19.36 overtakes Florida swimmer Josh Liendo’s 19.69 as the fastest time in the nation for the 50 free this year.
After initially not making the World Championship team, Simon Lamar (above) will now have two swims this week in Budapest.
Grimes will be the only American to compete at the 2022 World Championships in the pool and on the Open Water team.
Results from Open Water Nationals and Junior Nationals in Florida finalized the 2022 U.S. Open Water National Team and World Junior Championships rosters.
While Florida’s Brennan Gravley led the pack up until the final lap, two-time 25k world champion Reymond made his move and came from outside the top 3 to win.
Caldow shined with two individual wins and four best times as the Vols celebrated their senior class with a decisive sweep.
Tennessee’s Josephine Fuller and Lakeside’s Haley McDonald both posted NAG all-time top 100 swims in the 200 back on the final night of racing in Knoxville.
Tennessee’s Allan Jones Aquatic Center will play host to the Tennessee Long Course Invite, a replacement for the cancelled Knoxville PSS.
The #6 Lady Vols and #15 Vols kicked off the new year with victories over Duke and Queens University (Division II) in a double dual at Queens.