The Geneva International Challenge took place this weekend, featuring swimmers from across the world, including Damir Dugonjic, Kate Ziegler, Molly Hannis, and Brad Craig (above). Here are some snapshots from the meet.
Former NCAA star Molly Hannis took down a meet record and moved to 4th in the world rankings in the 100 breast on the final day of the Geneva International Challenge.
Zsuszanna Jakabos of Hungary was the winner in the 200 back and the runner up in the 400 free.
Kate Ziegler took a big win today in the 400 free at day one of the Geneva International Challenge.
400 World University Games Record Holder Leah Smith caught up with us following night 2 of the UGA Inviational
Tennessee’s Faith Johnson won the 50 freestyle in 22.22, the 3rd fastest time in the NCAA this year.
Michael Chadwick of Mizzou posted a blistering 22.32 long course 50 freestyle this morning to grab the top seed.
Olympian Claire Donahue blasted one of the best 100 fly times in the nation so far this year in Tennessee, one of several Olympians to light up the Tennessee Aquatics June Invitational in Knoxville.
Don’t call it a comeback.
Former 1500 freestyle world record-holder Kate Ziegler will make her first competitive appearance in more than two years next week at the Arena Pro Swim Series meet in Charlotte.
Olympians Nick Thoman, Kim Vandenberg & Kate Ziegler headline the Fitter and Faster Swim Tour Bethesda, Maryland & Greenville, South Carolina clinics.
Olympic gold medalist Alyssa Anderson demonstrates drills for freestyle catch.
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Two 16-year old World Record breakers, in the same meet? Unbelievable. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Katie Ledecky has broken the all-time mark in the women’s 1500 free with a 15:36.53. The old mark of 15:42.54 was set by fellow American, and fellow D.C. Metroplex native, Kate Ziegler, who was a 15:42.54 in 2007 at a meet in Mission Viejo, California. (Photo Credit: Victor Puig, victorpuig.com)
Olympians Allison Schmitt (left) and Chloe Sutton (right) were both in the top 5 in the world last year, but will someone get left out in favor of fast-rising Katie Ledecky? (Photo Courtesy: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)