SwimSwam is taking a look back at 2019, with our video Year in Review. This compilation features the most watched SwimSwam video from each month in 2019.
MJ Mao will be going for the breastroke sweep tonight after winning the 100 breast yesterday and putting up the fastest 200 time in this morning’s prelims.
Fans in Greensboro might be watching some nation-leading swims tonight from the likes of Beata Nelson and Coleman Stewart.
Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson put up a nation-leading 1:53.85 in prelims of the 200 IM, one of many nationally-ranked swims from this morning’s Wolfpack Invite.
Nick Alexander clocked a nation-leading time in the 200 back as the Missouri men and women defeated Arkansas, Kentucky, and NC State over the two-day meet.
Kylee Alons and Coleman Stewart each earned individual three wins — in the exact same events — as the NC State men and women each down South Carolina.
Stokowski, one of three transfers out of Florida this offseason, will start at NC State in the fall of 2020 after his Olympic redshirt year.
Despite losing 5 NCAA scorers and 12/20 relay legs to graduation, a talented freshman class arrives to help rebuild around returning star Coleman Stewart.
Our top four classes include three perennial NCAA title contenders… and one program you might not expect. Pictured: #2 overall recruit Jake Foster.
Erika Brown and Ryan Held won the 50 free titles tonight and now rank #3 among Americans in the event. This was Brown’s first ever national title.
Prelims of the men’s and women’s 400 IM, men’s and women’s 100 fly. Only 44 heats total this morning for what will likely be the shortest session of the meet
Today’s morning session begins with heats of the 200 fly and 100 free, and timed finals of the women’s 800 free and men’s 1500 free.
2019 Charlotte Ultra Meet June 13th-16th, 2019 Charlotte, North Carolina LCM (50m) pool Psych Sheets Results on Meet Mobile: “2019…
The first day of the 2019 Charlotte Ultra Meet showcased all four 50s as well as the women’s 800 and the men’s 1500 meter freestyles.
Brendan Burns takes over as our #1 swimmer in a class that should help college teams stock up their cupboards with free relay candidates for years to come.