The time that Sullivan put up Saturday was her second nation-leading time, as on Friday, she swam a 4:35.88 500 free to lead the NCAA by over two seconds.
While not quite mind boggling as what we saw at other dual meets this weekend, both Auburn and Alabama both put up some strong times in Auburn yesterday.
Tennessee senior Kristen Stege clocked an NCAA-leading time of 15:57.01 in the 1650-yard freestyle during Thursday’s dual meet against Carson-Newman.
Kelly Pash won four individual events, including the 100 IM, for the Longhorns as they defeated both Alabama and Ohio State over the weekend.
Check out all the results, records and see who won the most medals at the Short Course World Championships in Melbourne.
Scopri tutti i risultati, i record e chi ha vinto il maggior numero di medaglie ai Campionati mondiali di short course di Melbourne.
Outside of the pool, since McMahon only had 1 swim, she made it her goal to attend every session and make USA’s presence known.
Australia’s Lani Pallister is looking to complete a sweep of the women’s distance events with a win in the women’s 1500 free tonight.
Kate Douglass’ convincing victory in the women’s 200m breaststroke tonight in Melbourne helped solidify the United States’ lead in the overall medal table.
Australia’s Lani Pallister clocked a 15:21.43 in the 1500 for a new Oceanic record, while also completing her distance freestyle sweep.
Japan’s Daiya Seto (above) and Ippei Watanabe are the top two seeds in the men’s 200 breast. Seto won silver in the 200 fly last finals session.
Curry’s time, which is nearly identical to his heats swim from last season’s invite (19.14), overtakes Josh Liendo (19.27) for the top time in the NCAA
McMahon set pool records in both the 1000 free (9:41.86) and 500 free (4:46.15) and added a win in the 200 fly (1:56.97) to help Alabama earn the win at LSU.
Katie Ledecky was just one of several swimmers who had a sensational weekend.
In one of the more unexpected swims of the meet, Alabama distance star Kensey McMahon won the women’s 200 fly decisively, speeding to a 1:56.97.