Tyler Clary has scratched the B-Final of the 200 back on Saturday night to focus on his 200 backstroke final race against Arkady Vyatchanin.
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Race video is courtesy of Universal Sports Network, a SwimSwam partner.
Race video is courtesy of Universal Sports Network, a SwimSwam partner. WOMEN’S 200 Freestyle – Reported by SwimSwam – 2014…
2014 Mesa Grand Prix-Prelims Recap Day 3: Katie Hoff Blows Away The Field In 200 IM On A Windy Morning In Mesa
With a Michael Phelps-less heat sheet for Saturday morning, there will still be plenty of exciting and even interesting swimming to go around.
Kathleen Baker, Caitlin Casazza, Elsa Welshofer, and Lauren Rhodes combined to break the last two 17-18 yards National Age Group relay records, giving SwimMAC Carolina perfect 10-for-10.
The relay team of Kathleen Baker, Caitlin Casazza, Elsa Welshofer, and Nora McCullagh posted a 3:34.37, breaking the 15-18 400 medley relay NAG record.
The 17-18’s of SwimMAC Carolina broke their 3rd National Age Group relay record of the weekend with a 3:37.83 in…
Ryan Lochte broke through with a sprint freestyle win and also put up a sub-1:40 in the 200 yard backstroke to cap off the Charlotte Sectional Meet.
Cullen Jones beat his longtime friend and new training partner Ryan Lochte in a 50 free. Meanwhile their SwimMAC teammate Kathleen Baker put up a wildly-impressive 51.5 to win the 100 back.
The girls from SwimMAC Carolina have taken down another National Age Group Relay Record, with this one coming on Friday…
SwimMAC’s junior stars Kathleen Baker and Nora McCullagh and new pro addition Ryan Lochte each won a pair of events on the second night of the Speedo Champions Series sectional event in Charlotte.
The pictures a bit blury, but they’re all there: the 8 swimmers who broke National Age Group Records for SwimMAC Carolina on Thursday night in Charlotte.
At least two SwimMAC National Teamers still haven’t made their way to Orlando due to weather.
The year’s fastest 15-16 year-olds of 2013 were, in many cases, the fastest of all time. This crop of kids broke an astounding number of age group, high school, and meet records at the national -and even international- level.