David Johnston led a trio of NCAA swimmers who broke 3:50 in the 400 free on Day 4 of U.S Nats, one of the swims that you may have missed on the day.
Il secondo giorno di gare ai Campionati Nazionali estivi degli Stati Uniti si è concluso ad Irvine, in California. Risultati e recap
Katie Ledecky highlights night two of the U.S. Nationals as the top seed in the women’s 200 freestyle. She is followed closely by 2nd seed Erin Gemmell.
Rising Virginia sophomore Gretchen Walsh swam season-best times in the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke this past weekend down in Greensboro.
Dare Rose had the biggest time drop percentage-wise at U.S International Trials, leading a top twenty list filled with collegiate athletes.
Parker will add on to Virginia’s already incredible depth in the 50, 100, and 200 free, and could be a key member of their 800 free relay next year.
Gretchen Walsh has dropped the women’s 100 back ‘B’ final on Friday night, while her UVA teammate Emma Weyant has done the same in the 400 free.
Virginia had a strong showing tonight in the women’s events, while Claire Curzan picked up her second top 2 finish of the meet.
Regan Smith has been Team USA’s top female backstroker since 2019, but the gap she once had over her American competition has narrowed.
After falling to third at the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials, Regan Smith is out to reclaim her spot as the top American woman in the 200 backstroke.
Watch the race videos from yesterday’s UVA LCM time trial, including Kate Douglass’ 2:24.02 200 breast, unofficially 5th fastest in the world.
Douglass, who is the short course yards American record holder in the 200 breast, swam a long course time that unofficially ranks her fifth in the world.
Virginia’s Gretchen Walsh thrived as a freshman, scoring 54 NCAA points while winning the national title in the 100 freestyle.
The CSCAA notably awarded the 9th and 17th-place finishers in the 100, 200 and 500 free events first and second-team All-American status, respectively.
The Virginia women have done it again, defending their 2021 title by winning the 2022 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming And Diving Championships by 145.5 pts