After barely missing out on earning a spot on the Olympic team early in the meet, both Katerine Savard and Kennedy Goss made the criteria to gain Olympic nomination for the Rio Games this summer.
Brittany Maclean broke the Canadian record in the women’s 200 free in a time of 1:56.94.
15 year-old Taylor Ruck will look to make the Olympic team tonight in the 200 free as she comes in as the top seed from the prelims.
Canadian record holder Ryan Cochrane will compete in the men’s 400m free on day 3 at the Canadian Olympic Trials.
Fresh off the NCAA Championships, Indiana’s Kennedy Goss is competing at the 2016 Canadian Olympic Trials in hopes of qualifying for a spot on the Canadian Olympic squad.
Brittany Maclean of Etobicoke will look to make the Olympic team for the second straight time tonight in the 400 free after dominating the prelims.
Katerine Savard will compete in the women’s 100 butterfly on day 1 of the 2016 Canadian Olympic Trials.
Olivia Smoliga’s gutsy 100 free title helped Georgia win its third NCAA title in the last four years.
Danielle Galyer has made Kentucky Wildcast history in the women’s 200 backstroke final on Saturday.
2016 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 16 – Saturday, March 19 McAuley Aquatic Center – Atlanta, GA Prelims 10AM/Finals 6PM…
Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey has already claimed two individual Big Ten titles so far and will go after the 100 freestyle during today’s prelims.
Freshman Lilly King rattled the Big Ten 100 breaststroke record in prelims only to blast it out of the water during finals tonight. An incredible 57.35 was King’s winning time during tonight’s finals, just .12 off the American Record.
The Michigan Wolverines are on top of the Big Ten through day 2 of the Women’s Championships, but Indiana’s Lilly King and Ohio State’s Liz Li may have something to say about that during today’s events.
Liz Li absolutely owned the 50 freestyle this morning in Ann Arbor, clocking a 21.73 to hold the nation’s 2nd-fastest time behind newly-minted 2016 SEC Champion Olivia Smoliga (21.67). She got the job done tonight, becoming the 2016 Big Ten Champion with a winning time of 21.80.
Sophomore Clara Smiddy from Michigan looks to defend her 200 IM Big Ten title from last year, taking on the likes of IU freshman Lilly King and Wolverine teammate Siobhan Haughey in tonight’s finals. Smiddy snagged the #2 seed this morning.