Swimming at the world’s highest level rarely offers second chances. So when Kathleen Baker got one at the 2015 World Championships, she took full advantage.
The Cal Golden Bears are getting a new home – check out this footage of construction on the new Cal Aquatics Center.
Etiene Medeiros of Brazil has recently burst onto the swimming scene, posting some incredible times in the 50 back.
Kristen Cunnane (left) has been a full-time assistant at Cal for 8 years, including serving as recruiting coordinator for some of the best classes in NCAA history.
Natalie Coughlin (above) certainly delivered, turning in the 4th-fastest time in the world this year with her 400 medley lead off.
Jacob Pebley is the top seed in the men’s 200m backstroke after posting the fastest time in the semifinal yesterday.
Holly Barratt of Australia was able to get her hand on the wall first to win the women’s 50 backstroke with a 28.04.
Leah Smith is the top seed in the women’s 200 free on day 5.
Rachel Bootsma and Liz Pelton will represent Team USA in the final of the women’s 100 backstroke today.
Kylie Massie won Canada’s first swimming gold medal of the games as the only swimmer to break 1 minute in the women’s 100 backstroke.
Cal Bear Elizabeth Pelton will be one of many Team USA swimmers competing at the World University Games next week who will also be in contention for spots on the USA Olympic Team next summer.
Clark Burckle, go big or go home! #OlympicRingsTat
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Natalie Coughlin absolutely zoomed this race, going a 27.51 to destroy her own personal best and break the American Record at the same time.
Natalie Coughlin snagged the women’s 50m backstroke win tonight, leaving the old American and U.S. Open records in her wake.