Jordan Wilimovsky won defended his U.S. Open Water National 10K title in Tempe.
Jordan Wilimovsky will defend his 10K title this weekend at the U.S. Open Water Nationals in Tempe.
Haley Anderson captured the Crippen Cup 10k crown over the weekend.
The American pair of David Heron and Taylor Abbott dominated the Men’s 1.5K and 5K swims while American Pan Am Medalist Chelsea Colwill was in a league of her own in the 1.5K and 10K races and US Olympic medallist Ashley Whitney won the 5K at the 6th Barbados Open Water Festival last weekend.
IU swept the men while Tennessee swept the women in the IU/Tennessee/Kentucky tri meet.
The Tennessee men pulled off a close victory against host team Auburn. They also took down Wisconsin in the tri-meet. Auburn’s women were able to bring home wins against both Tennessee and Wisconsin.
Meynen, who has been undefeated in the 100 free at dual meets since her freshman season (2016-17), extended her winning streak with a 49.46 to outpace Wisconsin’s Emmy Sehmann (49.96).
Ryan Coetzee was one of nine Tennessee men to pickup an individual win against UNC-Wilmington.
USA Swimming has released a statement stating that they have come to a joint decision to pull out the four American representatives in the Open Water event at the World University Games.
USA Swimming has announced its 44-swimmer squad for the 2017 World University Games, with only two of the eligible pool swimming World Champs team members electing to take part in both meets.
Jack Conger has scratched out of the 100 free on day 1 of U.S. Nationals.
Zane Grothe adds to the list of contenders sitting out of the men’s 1500 in Indianapolis.
Becca Mann will be one of four Americans competing in the 10k Open Water event at the World University Games in August.
With Wilimovsky out of World Trials, the men’s 1500 now becomes wide open.
David Heron of the University of Tennessee won a sprint against Nation’s Capitals Andrew Gemmell to win the 5K Open Water National title.