Speedo USA and Swimmingly partner to place a larger emphasis on summer swimming and bring fun local events to summer swim families. Olympic champions Cullen Jones and Missy Franklin headline First Splash Series events in NC, March 30th and 31st.
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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.
Her time of 15:36.52 ranks her 3rd all-time in the 17-18 age group, behind only Katie Ledecky and Katie Hoff.
Erika Brown anchored the Americans in a blazing 1:52.86.
Caeleb Dressel is the new American Record holder in the 100 free in SCM, unifying the 3 American Records in the event. But, he’s not the fastest American in the 100 free in SCM. Here’s the breakdown.
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Meryn told SwimSwam that she has been diagnosed with two blood clots in her lungs after experiencing difficulty breathing and pain on her right side.
13 year old Flatiron teammates Mary Codevilla and Chase Davison went 2-3 in the women’s 200 breast, posting times of 2:12.08 and 2:12.11 respectively.
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.
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Cox roared home on the back half of the race, finishing 2nd to Melanie Margalis (2:09.57) in a personal best 2:09.69.
Last year’s U.S. Olympic team was completely devoid of swimmers under 18. 15-year-old Regan Smith’s 2nd-place finish in the 200 back tonight shows a return to the U.S.’s young international-level swimmer tradition.
Olympic medalist Katie Hoff, who retired from competitive swimming in December 2015, was inducted into the Maryland Swimming Hall of Fame this past weekend.