The Virginia Cavaliers have assembled a loaded roster that leads the NCAA ranks. The top threats to their title run, though, remain hard to predict.
Nation’s Capital led USA Swimming’s Club Excellence Rankings for the seventh straight year with 71,900 points.
After four sessions at nine locations, a U.S. Open like none before wrapped up earlier today with NAG records and solid swims by veterans alike.
Andrew Wilson posted the top time in the men’s 200 breast on the final day of competition at 2020 U.S. Open Chamionships.
Phoebe Bacon and Regan Smith had another showdown in the women’s 200 back, with Bacon coming out on top rather handily this time.
Claire Curzan downed the meet record in the women’s 100 fly with 56.61 becoming the third-fastest American woman in history.
Having a hard time keeping up with one meet in nine locations? Check out Friday PM’s swims of the session to give you a quick summary of the big swims.
Regan Smith and Phoebe Bacon had a 100 back rematch from 2019 when Bacon bested Smith. Tonight Smith won, but she didn’t beat Bacon’s U.S. Open Meet Record.
Regan Smith bested Phoebe Bacon in the 200 IM, a showdown of top young backstrokers to highlight Friday morning of the Des Moines U.S. Open.
The biggest domestic meet of the fall, the 2020 U.S. Open, gets underway tonight in nine different locations across the USA.
The Des Moines U.S. Open site will bring together two of the most exciting names in backstroke: WR-holder Regan Smith and 2019 U.S. Open champ Phoebe Bacon.
American Record holder and NCAA Champion Dean Farris is one of 13 US National Team swimmers expected to swim in Greensboro.
USA Swimming has named 1,087 swimmers to its 2019-2020 Scholastic All-America Team, headlined by US Open Champion Torri Huske.
The high school lists are headed by national record-setters Gretchen Walsh, Claire Curzan, Torri Huske, Phoebe Bacon, Kaitlyn Dobler, and Matt Brownstead.
In the men’s 100 free, several 48’s might not make it to the semifinals. And a 47 might not even make the final!