Durante il secondo giorno dei Campionati in Sud Africa Matt Sates ha nuotato 1:47.0 nei 200 stile libero. Risultati batterie day 2
Matt Sates highlighted this morning’s prelims at South African Nationals, posting the world’s 10th fastest 200 free this year.
McHugh’s sights are assuredly set on breaking the 50-second barrier, which would make him just the 2nd swimmer in history to do so.
Double Olympic gold medalist Bobby Finke leads the Florida Gators toward a 10th-straight SEC Championship this week in Knoxville.
Caldow shined with two individual wins and four best times as the Vols celebrated their senior class with a decisive sweep.
Georgia’s Luca Urlando swept both the butterfly the butterfly races on Saturday as the Georgia men and Tennessee women won in Athens.
LIAC’s National Junior Teamer Tess Howley blasted a new lifetime best of 59.28 in 100 fly on Thursday night in Knoxville.
Virginia’s Alex Walsh blasted a 4:01.40 to break the ACC record in the 400 IM on night two of the Tennessee Invite. She beat the winning time at 2021 NCAA’s.
Tennessee sophomore Mona McSharry continues to assert herself as one of the premier women’s breaststrokers in the NCAA.
Tennessee threw down a few times that rank in the top five in the nation so far this season as they defeated Louisville as home.
The NC State Wolfpack flashed some early speed, including a few fast relays, as they swept the Tennessee Volunteers in Raleigh.
South Africa had zero women in the pool at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. This time around there will be six women representing the country in Tokyo.
18-year-old Rebecca Meder hit a near-lifetime best in the 200 IM at 2:12.98, frightening Kathryn Meaklim’s 2009 national record of 2:12.53.
17-year-old Matt Sates dropped 1.48s in the 2IM to hit 1:57.60 in Durban, cracking the top 15 times in the world this season. Sates also hit 51.83 in the 1FL.
Sates swam a 52.30 to take gold in the men’s 100 butterfly final, out-touching le Clos who was a 53.37 for the silver medal.