After a monstrous relay performance at NCAAs, the Gators reload this season with a stacked freshman class set to make an immediate impact.
After having proven his naysayers wrong, Carson Foster looks to one up his silver medal from 2022 and attempts to win that elusive individual gold.
University of Florida senior Kevin Vargas has revealed that he missed the 2023 Men’s NCAA Championships due to mental health reasons.
Kevin Vargas, who was an Honorable Mention All-American last season, won’t swim at NCAAs this year, in spite of being the #16-ranked 400 IMer in the country.
Tennessee sophomore Jordan Crooks will vie for a repeat title in the men’s 50 free on the first full day of action at the SEC Championships.
A deep Florida team is ready to go hunting for their 11th straight title, while Tennessee, Auburn, Texas A&M, and Alabama are set to lock horns for spots 2-5
We’ve already had timed finals of the 1650, where Georgia’s Jake Magahey won his third event of the meet with a strong 14:44.
Florida’s Josh Liendo blasted a lifetime best time to win the 100 fly Friday night. He took .21 off his previous best time which he set at 46.01 in prelims.
Florida’s sprint sensation Josh Liendo will take on a tough 100 fly/200 free double on Day 2 of the UGA Fall Invitational.
After qualifying first into the final of the men’s 100 fly (46.01), Liendo swam the 200 free in yards for the first time, making a second final in 1:34.24.
The newly crowned U.S. national champion in the 400 IM, Florida senior Kevin Vargas seems on the precipice of a breakthrough in yards this NCAA season.
Liendo swam his first-ever yards competition today, where he went a 19.69 50 free, 48.06 100 fly, 20.70 50 fly relay split, and 44.38 100 free relay split.
Despite incurring significant losses, the Florida men have reloaded and appear poised to repeat as the third-place team at NCAAs for the third year in a row.
Si sono conclusi ad Irvine, in California, I Campionati estivi statunitensi. Analisi e risultati delle finali del quinto giorno
The last session of the meet features the men’s 1500 free final led by 2020 Olympic gold medalist Bobby Finke (above) and Wolfpack Elite’s Will Gallant.