The 2021 Georgia Tech invite wraps up tonight with five individual events for both men and women, plus the always-exciting 400 free relays.
Over the past couple days, invites around the country have hosted their 200 medley relay races. Here are some of the best splits from some of the best relays.
Our most recent poll showed that the Georgia Tech Invite, featuring the Florida Gators and Georgia Bulldogs, brought the most anticipation for readers.
Smith raced the 400 IM, 100 fly (exhibition) and 100 back. He entered 10 individual events this week, and so far, has only sat out of the 200 free.
Georgia sophomore Luca Urlando was medically cleared on Thursday and will compete for the Bulldogs in the final two days of the GT Invite.
UGA sophomores Luca Urlando and Jake Magahey are not competing at the Georgia Tech Invite “out of an abundance of caution.”
Auburn hosted SEC opponent Georgia for a men’s and women’s dual meet this past Friday, dropping both meets to the Bulldogs.
UGA sophomore Luca Urlando won three individual events with the fastest times in the nation in the Bulldogs’ dual against Florida on Friday.
Neither Bobby Finke nor Kieran Smith swam at Friday’s meet, but another Gator Olympian, volunteer assistant Katie Ledecky, swam the men’s 500 frees in their absence.
Georgia’s Luca Urlando was named SEC Men’s Swimmer of the Week, while Bulldog teammate Abby McCulloh and Tennessee’s Mona McSharry share the women’s award.
Georgia sophomore Luca Urlando (above) posted the nation-leading time in the 100 back on Saturday against South Carolina.
Both the Georgia men and women opened their 2022-23 campaign in dominant fashion over UNC on Saturday afternoon in Athens.
The Georgia Bulldogs had their second-highest finish in program history at last year’s NCAA Championship meet, but the graduation of two key pieces will force some creativity to maintain that spot this year.
Tyler Schroeder, a Georgia state champion in the 100 butterfly, has verbally committed to swim at the University of Georgia.
Olympians Ryan Murphy (left) and Caeleb Dressel (right) were among the 51 women and 63 men that will make up the 2021-22 National Team roster.