Ledecky obliterated the 500 free field, tearing through the water en route to a 4:25.15 victory.
One of the big swims to watch today, of course, is Katie Ledecky’s 500 free. The Pac-12 Record currently stands at a 4:31.90, but we may see her take that down in the heats.
Ledecky cruised to a 4:28.37, topping the field by nearly 10 seconds and setting a new Pac-12 Meet Record. That cleared the former mark of 4:31.90 set by Cierra Runge in 2015.
Even without former NCAA runner-up in the 200 free Simone Manuel in the group, Katie Ledecky (above) and the Stanford women swam the fastest 800 free relay in history.
The Stanford Cardinal put up some blistering times in their dual meet victory over USC on Saturday, including Simone Manuel’s 1:42.72 in the 200 free.
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After dismantling the 13-14 National Age Group Record in the 100 fly during day 3 prelims at the 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships (West), Regan Smith cranked it up a notch in the final to lower the record to a blazing 51.73.
The Texas women will take on a tough schedule this weekend, facing Cal and Stanford in a pair of back-to-back dual meets in northern California
The depth of the Stanford women’s team was in full display as they swept half of the events in the meet lineup to win their season-opener against Oregon State.
The Cardinal team is packed with stars this season, including Ella Eastin, Katie Ledecky, Simone Manuel, and Lia Neal, who could make up a scary-good 800 free relay.
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Hannah Kukurugya (above), and Katie Drabot broke meet records en route to winning the 200 fly and 200 free, respectively, on Day 2 of NCSA Summer Championships.
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While their team headliner was in Rio winning 200 free gold, Phoebe Bacon, Abigail Harter, Jillian Johnson, and Maya Fischer took down the 13-14 NAG record in the 200 medley.
Katie Drabot added the 200 IM to her win tally, posting a 2:15.79 to win that event by almost five seconds over Reilly Lanigan (2:20.34) of NASA.