The USA men dropped almost a second off the course and American Records in the final men’s race of the 2018 FINA Short Course World Championships.
UC Berkeley graduate Nathan Adrian served as the keynote speaker at his alma mater’s 2018 Winter Commencement Saturday.
Caeleb Dressel took down his American Record in the men’s 100 free final.
Caeleb Dressel broke the American Record for the third time in 20.43, matching his swim on the mixed free relay.
Caeleb Dressel broke the American Record again to qualify 1st for the final in 20.51.
Caeleb Dressel officially broke the American 50 free record in a time of 20.62.
Caeleb Dressel is the new American Record holder in the 100 free in SCM, unifying the 3 American Records in the event. But, he’s not the fastest American in the 100 free in SCM. Here’s the breakdown.
Caeleb Dressel’s lead-off leg of 45.66 broke the American Record in the 100 freestyle.
Caeleb Dressel led the U.S. off in an American Record and they broke the world record in the 400 free relay.
Ryan Held smashed the American SCM 100 free record by over four-tenths in 45.82.
Olympic Champion Nathan Adrian has declared that he intends to swim at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, next summer after the 2019 World Championships, where he will represent Team USA on relays only.
Adrian’s time from 2014 Masters Spring Nationals may not register in USA Swimming’s Data Hub, yet it stands as the 22nd-fastest performance of all time in the 100 yard freestyle.
You don’t see Nathan Adrian losing the 100 free all too often, but he was just touched out by Team Elite’s Michael Chadwick at the wall, 48.57 to 48.59. Those are both great times for right now, as they rank #2 and #3 in the world rankings.
Deux performances émergent de la deuxième journée des championnats des Etats-Unis d’hiver, qui se tiennent ce week-end à Greensboro, en Caroline du Nord.