Bethany Galat is having a strong meet this week at U.S. Open in Minneapolis. She is looking to add a Day 3 title in the 400 IM to her Day 2 win in the 200 breast.
Cardinal Aquatics/Louisville’s Mallory Comerford was the fastest qualifier for the women’s 100 meter freestyle final and will battle Australia’s Shayna Jack for the U.S. Open title on Day 1.
Canada’s male Olympic frontrunner Santo Condorelli will take on the 100 free this morning in Indy.
Gunnar Bentz dropped the 200 breast in order to focus on the 200 fly, where he has a shot at a win.
Corrie Scott is a member of the Scottish swimming squad who will be traveling to Indianapolis to compete at the 2016 Arena Pro Swim June 3-5th.
Katie Ledecky posted one of the world’s fastest times in the prelims of the 200 free, but how fast will she be in finals after also swimming a monster 400 IM and almost chasing down NCAA champion Ella Eastin?
Adam Mallett may not have made the British team, but the national championship is the first “stepping stone” toward his goal of an eventual international medal.
Jazmin Carlin clinched the top seed for tomorrow’s 800m freestyle final.
This season, Licon will return to the event without Kalisz, who is redshirting for the Olympic year. He will, however, have to face Cal’s Josh Prenot and Andrew Seliskar. This could turn out to be one of the best races of the meet.
Jungbluth and the Gators have had some big wins in the sprint events this year at SECs, including the Gators’ first 200 free relay victory since 2002.
Coming off an NCAA title in his freshman year, Caeleb Dressel will look to lead the Gators to an even better 2015-2016
For the men, Nova Southeastern’s Thiago Sickert swam a 44.68 for the top seed. That was good enough to put him ahead of Florida’s Caeleb Dressel (45.01) and Corey Main (45.49).
The University of Florida swimmer continued to dominate on the second day of the 2015 All-Florida Invite. Florida State started…
Caeleb Dressel impressed again on Saturday morning in Gainesville, but may be wearing more hats this year than last for the Gators.
Caeleb Dressel took a win in one of his individual events, but it wasn’t one we see him in too often.