Irvine never disappoints when it comes to championship swimming. It’s been a great week so far at the 2018 USA…
After tying her 50 fly American Record last night, Kelsi Dahlia will take on her signature 100 fly today.
19-year-old Michael Andrew, whose goal is to become the world’s fastest sprinter in all four stroke 50s, will compete in the fly, breast and back finals on Day 3 of 2018 U.S. Nationals.
After a prelims tie, World Junior Record holder Michael Andrew and American Record holder Caeleb Dressel will battle for the Worlds spot in the 50 fly
50 fly American record-holder Caeleb Dressel is looking to earn the first spot on the 2019 World Championships roster.
After winning the 100 free last night, Indiana’s Blake Pieroni looks dangerous in the 200 free, but Texas’ Townley Haas is the man to beat.
A wild day 1 held the standings for the $10,000 Pro Swim Series prize fairly steady.
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The race for 2nd in the 200 IM has been blown open in light of recent events, but Olympic medalist Melanie Margalis remains the heavy favorite.
There’s an obvious frontrunner in the American women’s 200 free field based on the past few seasons: distance superstar Katie Ledecky. Missy Franklin, the short course American Record holder, is looking to make a comeback though.
Leah Smith is on track to win her second consecutive national title in the women’s 400 IM.
In spite of being the fastest American in the 200 breaststroke so far in 2018, Melanie Margalis is focusing on 3 other races at U.S. Nationals.
Nearly half of voters believed Ella Eastin would be the top women’s 400 IMer in the United States this summer, trusting in a big comeback swim after a shocking disqualification last year. Eastin was set to finish second last summer but took a disqualification for the ‘Lochte Rule,’ which disallows dolphin kicking on one’s back during the freestyle portion of an IM.
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Both Chase Kalisz (above) and Leah Smith enter US Nationals with leads, though they’re not insurmountable ones.