El Salvador’s Marcelo Acosta reserved his spot in swimming history in 2016, as he became the first man from El Salvador to qualify for the Olympics with an “A” cut.
While a few big invites are yet to come, namely the Georgia Fall Invite and Texas Invite, we’ve put together a list of the top 10 swimmers in each event from the invites that have been swum so far.
Both the Louisville men’s and women’s teams continue to record NCAA A-cut times on Day Three of the Louisville Invitational in the 400 free relay.
Louisville men’s and women’s teams have taken commanding leads on the first day of competition at the Louisville Invitational, but there are still two days of competition remaining.
Following the first day of competition, Louisville leads the meet on both the men’s and women’s sides.
The Canadians won their first Olympic relay medal in 24 years today in the women’s 4×100 free.
Audrey Lacroix was one of many Canadians swimming at Plantation Sectionals, winning the 200 fly on the final day.
Missy Franklin (above) was bested by her new training partner in the women’s 200 back final at the Plantation Sectionals on Friday night. The two teamed up to help the Colorado Stars win the 800 free relay.
Full results Colorado Stars’ Missy Franklin, who is the 200m backstroke world record holder and one of America’s great freestylers of…
Marcelo Acosta becomes first swimmer from El Salvador to qualify for the Olympic Games.
Marcelo Acosta logra su clasificacion para los Juegos Olimpicos de Rio.
Ryan Cochrane (CAN) and Andrew Gemmell (USA) cleaned up for a 1-2 finish in the 1500 free, and third went to Brandonn Almeida (BRA)…
Michael McBroom (pictured) won the men’s 800 on opening day at the Arena Pro Swim Series at Santa Clara. His time of 7:54.21 ranks 15th in the world this year. Runner-up Connor Jaeger (7:54.47) is now 16th.
The swimming action is hot in Mesa Arizona for the USA Swimming Arena Pro Swim Series stop. There was a…
Marcelo Acosta Breaks Louisville School Records in 1000, 1650 Frees to Finish Louisville First Chance Meet
Arthur Albiero’s squads have broken four school records in two days, even with their conference championship meets to come.