Gormsen posted a 4:38.45, blowing right through the 4:40 barrier, and establishing herself as the #10 all-time 15-16 year old at just 15.
In a race that takes under 30 seconds, a single turn hit long, a slow start, or a bad breakout can easily be the difference between first and second place.
Let’s go back and remember what was going on during the 7th day of the Olympic Trials back in 2012 and 2016.
On this day 13 years ago, 18-year-old Kate Ziegler broke a Janet Evans world record that was set three months before Ziegler was born.
American swimmer Katie Hoff broke American Records, World Records and won 3 Olympic medals in ’08, but in spite of huge expectations, none of them were gold.
Forde went 4:31.34 to pick up the first individual NCAA title of her career.
On top of the incredible time, Eastin also negative split the race.
A California appeals court has ruled in favor of former professional swimmer Dagny Knutson, reinstating the $617,800 in damages she was awarded in 2016 before a judge threw out that verdict and ordered a new trial.
Head coach Greg Meehan led the United States women to their most successful World Championships in history, with 20 total medals, 9 of them gold.
Leah Smith will be swimming in the penultimate heat of the 1500 free, rather than the “faster” heat that will swim with finals tonight. Tune in at 4:30 pm ET.
Katie Ledecky’s 15:35.65 1500 in Santa Clara was the 5th fastest swim in history.
The U.S. Olympic Trials are frequently criticized for being much closer to the Olympics than the trials meets of many…
Katie Ledecky posted her third-fastest time in her career, which also happens to be the third-fastest time in history, to win tonight’s 800 free
A jury ruled in favor of former American record holder Dagny Knutson yesterday in a civil suit against her former attorney Richard Foster.
Ryan Lochte will compete at the Southern Premiere Meet this weekend in many events, including the 200 fly and 400 IM.