We’re back with swimming’s top ten tweets of the week.
Follow along for live updates from the second day of the 2015 AT&T US Winter National Championships in Federal Way, Washington.
With American record holder (and last year’s champion) Emma Reaney seeded in fourth place by over two seconds, this year’s 200 yard breaststroke could go to anyone.
The USC men have tough dual meets with both Cal and Stanford this weekend in two of our meets to watch.
The freshman effort, including Simone Manuel’s wins in the 50, 100 and 200 Free helped push the Cardinal to a 145-111 win over the Arizona Wildcats.
World Record holder, Katie Ledecky, is only a junior, graduating high school in 2015, but has verbally committed to swim in college.
What a great NCAAs for the Stanford team. Coach Greg Meehan was selected as Coach of the Year, and Olympian…
Stanford’s Felicia Lee dominates 100s tonight. She has phenomenal kicks – secret? “I was actually injured last year” – she…
Maddy talks about how the 200 yard freestyle relay (Maddy, Lia Neal, Felicia Lee, and Katie Olsen) won the national…
Stanford senior Maya Dirado leads the NCAA with 4 individual “A” cut times. She talks about the season so far, the impact of a healthy Felicia Lee and the difference between fall and winter training.
Gunnar Bentz is one of a handful of swimmers who is doing junior/senior double duty this year. (Photo: Anne Lepesant)
35-time World Champion, and 5-time Olympic Champion, Ryan Lochte headlines 111 swimmers on the 2013-2014 USA Swimming National Team. (Photo: Victor Puig/victorpuig.com)
After posting the Michigan Mock Rock Video Series, a Stanford Swimming fan, Tom S, commented: “I’m confused how this is…
As an amateur competitive swimmer, it’s not every day someone in the lap lane next to me makes an Olympic podium. That was until last year when I started swimming in the masters lane next to Lia Neal’s high school team at New York’s Asphalt Green. (Photo Credit: Asphalt Green)
Freshman Tom Kremer, scored in 5 events for the Stanford Cardinal at his first Men’s NCAA Championship meet. 3 individual events and 2 relays. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)