Maggie MacNeil, who is tied as the fastest 100 yard butterflier ever, is back in Ann Arbor after spending time training at the HPCO in Toronto.
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Canadian World Champion Maggie MacNeil posted a 55.6 in the 100m freestyle during a post-practice time trial, which falls just a second shy of her PB.
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Cate Campbell and the American medley relays were among the highlights on the final day of swimming at the parallel universe 2020 Olympic Games.
Zhang Yufei threw down several statement swims this week at her national team time trials, including as a member of the mixed medley relay.
Just as he has done at the 2017 and 2019 World Championships, Caeleb Dressel is slated for three finals swims on Day 7 in Tokyo.
Zhang’s time of 56.47 would put her the #10 performer of all-time, and would have won bronze at the 2019 World Championships.
Some of the sport’s biggest stars —Katie Ledecky, Adam Peaty, Sarah Sjostrom and Caeleb Dressel, show up in a big way on day two in Tokyo.
In a parallel universe where COVID-19 hasn’t drastically changed the world around us, the opening day of the Tokyo Olympic swimming program is underway.
Just over half of voters picked Michigan to surge to the top of the women’s Big Ten in 2021, compared to just 28% voting for defending champs Ohio State.
Louisville and Virginia led all Division I women’s teams with 16 First-Team Selections, while Texas led on the Division I men’s side with 17.
Auböck is the eighth men’s swimmer to receive the award, while MacNeil is the sixth women’s swimmer to receive the award and first since 1997.
Ohio State won its first women’s Big Ten swimming & diving title in two decades last year, and a deep group of returners make them the favorites to repeat.
The Canadians have become the most recent national team to complete the ‘Don’t Rush’ video challenge and have nominated the Netherlands to do the same.