We’ve looked through each race, and tallied up how many medals each NCAA program won at this edition Worlds.
Germany won its third open water team gold in the past four World Championships, edging out Italy and the United States by just tenths of a second.
Italia argento mondiale nella 5 km a squadre con Rachele Bruni, Giulia Gabbrielleschi Domenico Acerenza e Gregorio Paltrinieri
Erica Sullivan and Jordan Wilimovsky were the first champions of the meet in the 1500s on the first day of the MVN Meet of Champions.
15-year-old Anastasia Gorbenko broke her second Israeli national record at the Speedo Grand Challenge, this time in the 200 breast (2:28.78).
47-year-old Steve West of Irvine Novaquatics broke his year-old Masters world record for the 45-49 age group in the 100 breast with a 1:04.99.
Cammile Adams’ “Adams Family” maintained its sizable lead over the field thanks to, among others, a 4th-place finish in the women’s 10km race at Open Water Nationals from Erica Sullivan (above).
Italian Gregorio Paltrinieri ran away with the men’s 10K title at U.S. Open Water Nationals.
Past open water champions Jordan Wilimovsky, Ashley Twichell, David Heron, and Erica Sullivan will all aim to defend their respective titles at this year’s US Open Water National Championships.
Felix Auboeck is our favorite in the 1650, but freshman Robert Finke should give him run for his money.
IU and Michigan appear to be gearing up for another thrilling team battle next year, as Michigan returns 1054 points, to IU’s 1008
On the final day of the men’s B1G championships, the IU Hoosiers are looking to seal their 3rd-consecutive B1G title, with the Michigan Wolverines closely behind.
It’s the calm before the conference storm in our Power Rankings, with the uneasy split of #1 votes remaining identical to our last ranks.
Hoosiers’ Zach Apple, Andrew Capobianco and Michael Brinegar were named Big Ten swimmer, diver and freshman of the week respectively.
Zach Apple won all three of his individual events yesterday.