Brooke Forde (pictured) and Nick Albiero were named the 2020-21 Women’s and Men’s Division I Academic All-Americans of the Year by CoSIDA.
In February, Sarah Sjostrom swam a 24.07 50 free (her fastest time in 2021) before breaking her elbow that same month. She just swam a 24.07 to win silver.
World record holder Sarah Sjostrom has one last shot to reach the podium in Tokyo after overcoming a broken elbow earlier this year.
Caeleb Dressel will lead the men’s 50 free, aiming to become the first man to go under 21 seconds in the 50 free since the bodysuit ban of 2010.
On day 3, no one correctly predicted the podium order of the women’s 100 breast where 17-year-old Lydia Jacoby won and World Record holder Lilly Kind got 3rd.
It’s a clash of titans in the women’s 100 back final, with former world record-holders Kylie Masse & Regan Smith taking on world record-holder Kaylee McKeown.
American superstar Katie Ledecky has her first opportunity for Olympic gold in Tokyo on Day 2 in the women’s 400 freestyle final.
Confident American Lilly King will open her 2020 Olympic campaign on Sunday in women’s 100 breaststroke, beginning her quest to defend 2016 gold.
During the women’s 100 breast prelims, Sweden’s Sophie Hansson (1:05.66) and Finland’s Ida Hulkko (1:06.19) both broke their respective national marks.
Day 1 is a wealth of new data points to use in projecting out the remaining relays. Here’s how today’s results could affect the six remaining relay events.
Despite finishing ninth in the 100 free at the U.S. Olympic Trials, Simone Manuel will anchor the women’s 400 free relay in the Olympic final.
World Record holder King of the USA and Russia’s Efimova placed 1-2 in the 100 breast at the Rio Olympics. They hold the fastest 100m breast times since 2016.
Individual D1 NCAA swimming champs Maggie MacNeil, Paige Madden, Sophie Hansson, Brooke Forde & Nick Albiero were among those named to All-District teams.
Seeliger will race the men’s 50 freestyle individually in Tokyo, having smashed the FINA A cut with a 21.71 at Settecolli 2021.
Michelle Coleman stabilisce il record svedese nei 100 dorso mentre Bjorn Seeliger si qualifica nei 50 stile grazie al passaggio nei 100