The University of Southern California’s Uytengsu Aquatic Center is bracing itself for 1000 swimmers competing in the 2016 version of the annual Los Angeles Invitational, beginning this Thursday and running through Sunday.
Tonight’s finals session will mark the official end of the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials where the remaining roster spots will be filled and a complete picture of the American Olympic swim team will emerge.
Tonight could be a historic night for swimming at the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials. Both Katie Ledecky and Michael Phelps could be making history tonight as they each have one final to contest.
This morning’s prelims are going to be short and sweet, at least for the first half of the morning.
Abbey Weitzeil is a young star in the making who will be vying for a spot on the Olympic team in the 50 free.
Stanford enters the 2016 NCAA Championships as the defending champions in the 400 freestyle relay and the top seed with a 3:11.44. If they want to defend that title, they’ll have to fend off some tough competition from Cal, USC, and NC State.
A number of stars have cleared out of the Pac-12 since last year, but Olympian Lia Neal leads a loaded Stanford crew looking to knock off defending NCAA champs Cal.
The Arizona State Sun Devil men clock five new school records in their effort to defeat their rival for the first time since 2002 with assistance from Richard Bohus, featured above.
Madisyn Cox had two wins for Texas as they defeated Arizona.
Arizona women defeat New Mexico State, Oregon State and Northern Arizona at home.
Madisyn Cox of Texas won the 200 IM at tonight’s Texas Invite, hitting the fastest time in the NCAA this season and leading the way for many strong swims.
Arizona’s highly-ranked recruiting classes were on full display in their season-opening wins against UNLV and Washington State, with freshmen combining for 12 individual wins.
Konopka (above) is one of the United States top young sprinters.
Maxime Rooney blasted a 49.35 to win the Junior National title in the 100 free on day 2.